Mom Skips Her Own Graduation To Attend Her Son's, Gets Recognized Too
May 6, 2019
A heartwarming moment happened between a mother and son at Central Michigan University’s graduation ceremony on Saturday.
Sharonda Wilson decided to skip her own college graduation at Ferris State University so she could see her son graduate at the same time at CMU.
After Central president Robert Davies learned about the situation, he contacted Ferris president David Eisler.
At the CMU ceremony, Davies conferred the mom's degree on behalf of FSU's president and trustees.
In a video shared by the university, the crowd can be heard cheering the mother on.
To attend her son Stephan’s commencement ceremony, Sharonda Wilson was unable to attend her own from Ferris State University. Learning this, @cmichprez contacted FSU President Eisler and was able to confer her degree on behalf of FSU's president and trustees. #cmichgraduation pic.twitter.com/anCSTHDCdC— Central Michigan U. (@CMUniversity) May 4, 2019
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