Not having a ticket will not keep family and friends from seeing students graduate from Brunswick County high schools this week. The district is using technology to make sure anyone can watch.
Congratulations are in order for a couple at Cape Fear Community College's graduation.
More than 950 students graduated from Cape Fear Community College in Wilmington Wednesday night in the Schwartz Center.
Many students were glad to make it through their graduation ceremony without any rain Friday and Saturday.
It was a packed house inside the Schwartz center Friday, apparently a little too packed.
In an email, to WWAY Marsha Remsynder shares her story. "... How horrible for families who have spent money, time, sweat, and tears to get their graduate through school, only to be denied the only tangible reward they will ever receive ... "
Family and friends filled Trask Coliseum for the first two of four commencement ceremonies at UNCW. About 2,000 UNCW students will have turned their tassles today, taking their education to the next level.
Cape Fear Community College graduates chose to continue their education for many different reasons.
Bad weather has forced all graduation ceremonies for Bladen County high schools have from athletic fields to inside the schools.
Spring welcomes more than just wild azaleas throughout North Carolina. It also greets college students with diplomas and the beginning of a new season in their lives.
“It is a big step,” said graduate Nicholas Alfano. “I am ready to make the transition and start new.”
More than 850 students will graduate from Cape Fear Community College tonight. It's also commencement weekend at UNCW, where more than 2,000 students are graduating.