Commencement is ‘beginning’ for Sheridan College graduates

Dr. Walt Tribley told over 200 Sheridan College graduates that ceremonies at the college Saturday were only a “beginning” of their lifelong adventures and challenges.

Dr. Triiblee is president of the Northern Wyoming Community College District.

Jen Crouse, vice president of student affairs and executive director of the Sheridan College Foundation, gave the commencement address, sharing her story of the car accident that put her in a wheelchair, and almost ended her life, at age 16 and how she re-found her “inner fire.”

Commencement speaker Jen Crouse.

She urged the graduates to find their own inner fire when their situations get tough.

In an interview with Sheridan Media before the graduation ceremonies, Crouse said excitement over the in-person graduation was really, really high this year.

Graduation ceremonies were canceled in 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic and resultant shutdown of activities across the state and nation.



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