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Posted By Shelby on May 29, 2018

Fort Collins, CO – The CollegeAmerica Fort Collins campus awarded 32 degrees during the 2017–2018 academic year. In celebration of the accomplishments of those graduates, a commencement ceremony will be held at 6 p.m. on Friday, June 1. “At CollegeAmerica we are a family,” said Katie Wilkinson, dean of education at the CollegeAmerica Fort Collins campus. “When one student succeeds, we all succeed! Never have I seen a more passionate and dedicated team of staff and faculty that genuinely care about every student on our campus. The impact on our community will be felt for generations to come. We strive for better jobs quicker and a better quality of life for families, and every graduation ceremony is a testimony to that vision!” As a career-focused institution, CollegeAmerica helps students across Arizona and Colorado fast-track a successful career path. With flexible class schedules and smaller-than-average class sizes, students can tailor their experience to fit their needs and goals. “Through my time at CollegeAmerica, I was given an opportunity to pursue my career goals that would have otherwise seemed unreachable as a single working parent,” said McKenzie Murphy, a CollegeAmerica graduate. “In today's economy, higher education has become more and more vital to the growth and development of a long-lasting, fruitful career. Filled with instructors and staff who supported me every step of the way, CollegeAmerica gave me the tools I needed to make my dreams a reality.” The commencement ceremony will be held at the Timberline Church at 2908 S. Timberline Road in Fort Collins. For more information about the Fort Collins campus of CollegeAmerica, visit About CollegeAmerica CollegeAmerica provides career-focused higher education to students in Arizona and Colorado. Offering degree programs in Healthcare, Business, and Technology, CollegeAmerica is committed to preparing professionals for meaningful careers. For more information, visit CollegeAmerica is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) and admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin.