Man who Started University in 2004 Celebrates as he Finally Bags Degree after 17 Years, Social Media Reacts
- A man is in celebration mood as he now gets to be addressed as a graduate as he recently acquired his degree
- The man who entered university in 2004 achieved the feat after 17 years wait
- Social media users have hailed his resolve and determination as they celebrated him
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A man has celebrated becoming the latest graduate in town after several years of wait.
In a LinkedIn post, the man identified as T. Terrell "Ian" Parker said he recently acquired his bachelor's degree in May 2021.
According to the US army official, he began his university journey in the year 2004 when he had his first lecture.
Rocking his academic gown and flaunting the degree, Terrell expressed excitement at achieving the academic feat despite how long it took.
The graduate of Texas Southern University wrote:
"I took my first undergrad class in August 2004
"I finally received my bachelors degree in May 2021
"Took me 17 long years, but I did it.
“I may walk slowly, but never backward.”
"- Abraham Lincoln."
Congratulatory messages flooded his comment section as people hailed his determination and strong will.
Kelvin Parks said:
"Hey, as long as you did it, that's super Gr8! Not everyone has the same path to their goals and dreams but with a steadfast mind and heart, they Do It. The best to where it takes you from here."
Al Butler wrote:
"It's never too late for greatness!"
Sheila Birt commented:
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a proud mum had posed with her newborn kid as she graduates from university.
Announcing the achievement on Twitter, Angel Earlene disclosed she had to combine her work with her studies whilst being pregnant at the same time.
After years of hard work combined with pre and post-pregnancy periods, she has finally graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science.
''Today, I walked the stage with you watching me. Your mommy is a 2021 Jackson State University Graduate with a BS in Computer Science. I did this for you, baby girl."