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It's back-to-school season, and if you think it's too late to make your diploma dreams come true, it's time to think again. From the first moment we met the incredible Vivian Carrignton, aka Ms. Vi, we were utterly charmed. At the age of 70, she decided to finally fulfill her dreams of earning her degree and she enrolled at Rollins College in Florida. On her way to the graduation stage, she battled lupus but never gave up on her dreams -- or herself. Finally, at 76, she proudly accepted her new diploma.  Sadly, she passed away this past spring, but we were so honored to tell her story and to know her. We invite you to also meet the extraordinary Ms. Vi, and we promise you'll be inspired to never give up on your goals.
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Need more inspiration? Meet these other senior scholars.

More than 60 years ago, Barbara Giacino left Syracuse University a few credits shy of her degree in order to get married and raise her family. At 84, she decided she really wanted to finish up her coursework, so she did. Read what happened when she, at long last, returned to campus to receive her diploma. 
Then there’s history-making Nola Ochs. In May 2007, she became the world's oldest college graduate. The 95-year-old graduated from Fort Hays State University in Kansas, 77 years after she first started taking classes. She passed away in 2016 at the age of 105 and we were honored to speak with her before her death.
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