Working between 30-40 hrs per week plus keeping up with a 15 credit semester can be quite overwhelming at times. The only sense of relief I have is the constant reminder that it will soon be over in December, and I’ll be so thankful for all that I have been able to accomplish, even with being the queen of procrastination.
I’m so excited to graduate not only for myself but for my family. For that proud moment when I know that it was all truly worth it. I’ll be the first person in my family to graduate from college with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies, minoring in Mass Communication and Political Science.
It’s cheesy but you know when the moment happens how truly proud you’ll feel to put on that cap and gown and strut your stuff across that stage. Performance or not, smiling will suffice followed by the grand gesture of a couple hurrah’s and a handshake from the Dean you will take your seat and as sense of adrenaline will soon pass over you.
You have done it, you have Graduated!
I graduated from High school in 2009 as a Tiger and I couldn’t be more proud to walk across that stage once again in 2013 as a WSU Warrior.