Letter from the Associated Students President

western view of the san juan college educational services building with the clocktower in the forefront, trees changing colors to yellow and gold.

I am honored to recognize and celebrate this momentous achievement with you all. You have worked hard to reach this point, and your dedication and perseverance have paid off. You should all be proud of yourselves for making it to this significant milestone. As you prepare to embark on the next chapter of your lives, I want to remind you to never lose sight of your dreams and aspirations. You have the power to accomplish anything you set your minds to, and this is just the beginning of a world of opportunities. Whether you decide to continue your education or enter the workforce, always remember to stay focused and committed to your goals. I encourage you all to be adventurous and try new things, but also to be aware of your limits. Along the way, you will undoubtedly face challenges and obstacles, but your education and resilience will help you overcome them. Remember that every challenge you face is an opportunity for growth and learning. Embrace these challenges with an open mind and a positive attitude. You are all capable of achieving great things, and I have no doubt that you will. As the saying goes, “Carpe diem!” Seize the day! This is a time for celebration and reflection, but also for looking toward the future with hope and excitement. I hope you take this opportunity to enjoy this momentous occasion and take pride in your accomplishments. Never forget that you are part of the San Juan College family, and we are all here to support and encourage you in all of your future endeavors. You have formed lifelong connections during your time here, and I encourage you all to stay connected with each other. I wish you all prosperity, good health, and a happy spirit. Always remember the knowledge and skills you have gained during your time at San Juan College, and carry them with you wherever you go. Congratulations once again, and I extend my sincere well wishes to each and every one of you.


Cade D. Allison
Associated Students President