Commissioning Service Held for NYC December Grads
Nyack’s New York City campus celebrated its commissioning service at The Haven with December graduates, who were joined by their families and faculty. The students were recognized for accomplishments and dedication to completing their undergraduate degrees.
The New Sound Gospel Choir ministered in song and Sharon Pringle, a first generation college graduate in her family, shared a touching testimony.
Memorable moments students experienced during their last semester at Nyack were recaptured in a video presentation. Dean of Nyack’s College of Arts and Sciences, Dr. Fernando Arzola, exhorted the students to be courageous, humble lifelong learners. Dean Charles Hammond encouraged them to remember the Lord’s commission to be salt and light in the world.
Joy, accomplishment, relief, and genuine gratitude to God for finishing strong were the common sentiments shared by the graduates.
Congratulations to all for a job well-done!
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