It is our great pleasure and honor to congratulate you on successfully completing your bachelor of science degree in Family Social Science!
As a department, we are so proud of all that you have accomplished. Not only did you complete your degree in the midst of great challenges caused by COVID-19 but you are a beacon of hope for all of us. You decided to major in Family Social Science, a discipline committed to helping families navigate difficult times and life stages. We all take comfort knowing that you are stepping into your future, prepared to lead and contribute to our many communities and our complex world. As we look ahead to the work that needs to be done in our communities, our state and our nation in terms of supporting families and dismantling racial injustice, we are inspired by you.
Please know that your Family Social Science community is always here to support you. We are so proud of you! Keep in touch as you enter into new realms. We are eager to hear what is next for you.
Warm wishes from all of us!
With care and admiration,
FSOS faculty and staff
"We all take comfort knowing that you are stepping into your future, prepared to lead and contribute to our many communities and our complex world. Pause, take a moment to reflect on all that you have achieved."
Congratulations to all our graduates!
Family Social Science majors graduating fall 2020 and spring 2021.
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Alexandra Penaflor Alvarez
Katie Nit Sipraseuth
"As we look ahead to the work that needs to be done in our communities, our state and our nation in terms of supporting families and dismantling racial injustice, we are inspired by you."
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Post-commencement questions or issues?
Don’t hesitate to reach out to Brandon at email@example.com if you have questions or concerns post graduation.