University's reentry students to hold graduation program Saturday, May 15

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University's reentry students to hold graduation program Saturday, May 15

About 191 graduates will participate in the Reentry Graduation Program on Saturday, May 15 at California State University, Fresno including three of the university’s oldest graduates aged 76, 61 and 60.

The program begins at 10:15 a.m. in University Center 200 (upstairs cafeteria) and

will feature Assemblywoman Sarah Reyes as keynote speaker. A reception follows at 11:30 in the Reentry Center, which is located at the west end of the cafeteria, across from the Henry Madden Library entrance.

The Reentry Program assists potential students, 25 of years of age and older, who wish to begin or resume a college education.

Angela Cisneros, director, said about 805 Fresno State students over the age of 30

applied to graduate this year.

For more information, call (559) 278-3046.