JMU Graduates Prepare for Next Step

By: David Coy Email
By: David Coy Email

HARRISONBURG -- One graduation ceremony for James Madison University is out of the way but all the major traffic and the crowds that come with it starts Saturday.

JMU graduations start Saturday at 10a.m. The ceremonies will all take place at the same time at various spots on campus. Students will be getting ready for the next step in their lives. Students have different paths and aren't quite sure what to do when they get that piece of paper.

"Probably go back and work as a waitress until I decide what I really want to do with my life, said graduating senior Julia Magin.

"I've been looking into cardiac rehabilitation and that's something I am really interested in so..I just thought I would pursue that and get my Master's," said graduating senior Courtney Connors.

The graduations Saturday expect to be done around early evening.

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