I Found My Niche at Florida International University
Student Name: Catalina
School: Florida International University
Major: Political Science
“Hi everyone! My name is Catalina and I’m from Uruguay. I graduated from FIU with a degree in Political Science. I technically graduated in December but got to walk last weekend, and it felt like closure. Honestly, my time at FIU was great. I connected with dedicated students and faculty who made my experience a thousand times more enjoyable. I’m looking forward to being back on campus next fall for my Master’s degree at an institution that I love and has helped me grow a lot.
Graduating during these crazy times is a struggle. Balancing work from home, lockdowns, and school was not the easiest thing to do, but it has created a new generation of people who have shown huge resiliency and willpower. So, cheers to us, Class of 2020 and 2021!” –@cataquesadilla
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