12 new offshore graduates
 receive completion certificates 

St. Georges student Darcy Forber holds her certificate beside a class photo after the ceremony.

Ross University student Andrea Dattellas, right, is shown with her mother after the ceremony.

The college honored 12 new graduates from Ross and St. Georges universities as part of the traditional Offshore Ceremony of Completion, held every six months as a new group of students finish their clinical rotations at UF.  After the ceremony, a reception was held in the Banfield Conference Room on the third floor of the UF Small Animal Hospital. Congratulations to all of our new graduates. We wish them best of luck with their future careers!

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