The path we walk only ends when we do, and the journeys we take are forged by the experiences we have with those around us.
On Saturday, May 18, Fisher College held the institution’s 115th Commencement Ceremony at John Hancock Hall on Berkeley Street.
Friends, family, faculty and staff celebrated one of the most defining moments in a student’s life – cheering each graduate on as they crossed the stage, accepting their diploma and earning a place among fellow professionals in their field.
This year’s Commencement address was provided by Secretary of Veteran’s Affairs Francisco A. Ureña. Secretary Ureña delivered a message to the graduates of never giving up, inspiring hope, and always striving for success.
“The path we walk only ends when we do, and the journeys we take are forged by the experiences we have with those around us,” said Secretary Ureña.
“Because they are the ones that help us move forward.” Over two hundred students crossed the stage on May 18, moving forward and beginning a new journey.
Congratulations to the class of 2019.
Watch Secretary Ureña's full address: