Pride During Graduation Evident Through the Years
Celebration of students’ accomplishments shared with families and friends
Whether it's May Commencement or December Convocation, the excitement felt during these ceremonies cannot be contained. Students, happy in the completion of their degree program, are also sad at leaving their college friends behind as they embark on the next phase of their lives. For the parents, the day is one of deep-seated pride in their child's accomplishments.
But whatever the emotion, the day is one few ever forget.
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