Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Top Five Favorite Graduation Moments

Graduation is always a time of celebration, and 2014 didn't disappoint. Here are our top five favorite moments from this year's commencement festivities.

1. When this 62 year-old grandmother of three walked across the stage to receive her first ever bachelor's degree from our online program:

Paula Fleming graduated from LeTourneau with a bachelor's in business administration and a 3.97 GPA. She can now advance in her career with Noble Energy.

Fleming, who advises that we "should never stop learning," has plans to return for a master's degree and has no intentions of retiring - ever.

2. Every LETU student knows that floor pride is a big deal on campus. It's a long-standing tradition, but we never tire of moments like these:

3. The fact that this grad used walking across the stage as an opportunity to take a selfie with Dr. Lunsford: 

4. This glorious crown at the Ivy Cutting: 

5. And of course, we couldn't get enough of the post-commencement ceremony hugging between family and friends: 

Congratulations, Class of 2014! You've given us so many moments to cherish and so many reasons to be proud. 

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