Graduates reflect on college careers at UM-Flint
The Spring Commencement ceremonies of April 28 marked a day to celebrate and honor the most recent graduates of the University of Michigan-Flint. Several grads shared their thoughts on what the university has meant to them.
Ashley Lee: Bachelor of Science in Social Work
"I love UM-Flint. I love the social work program. It really helped me grow as a person, and prepared me to be a professional."
Justin Shemanski: Master of Arts in Applied Communication
"UM-Flint is a gem within the city. To be able to affiliate with the university and the people within it, I've had nothing but positive experiences."
Khadija Mohammed: Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance
"I've met some great people. It's been a good journey. Everything as a whole has been good."
Drew Boulton: Bachelor of Science in Nursing
"The university teaches you how to manage all kinds of things, time management, everything."
Riyadh Alsulmi: Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology
"I've had a great experience here. I've learned a lot. I like campus. Everybody is friendly here."
Tyrice Denson: Bachelor of Arts in Political Science
"The most fulfilling thing has been the close relationships with my professors. I loved the political science professors and most of my classes were smaller so I could really develop those one-on-one relationships."
- College of Arts & Sciences
- College of Health Sciences
- Medical Technology
- Political Science
- School of Education & Human Services
- School of Management
- School of Nursing
- Social Work
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