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‘I’m finally graduating!’: Michelle Vito earns her bachelor’s degree

After five years,  Michelle Vito is graduating from college. 

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03/20/2021 10:02 AM
‘I’m finally graduating!’: Michelle Vito earns her bachelor’s degree
Photo credit: @michellevito Instagram

Kapamilya star Michelle Vito has achieved a new milestone in her life as she will be graduating from college.

In an Instagram post, Michelle reflected on her journey and reminisced about the triumphs and challenges she encountered in finishing her Bachelor of Science Major in Human Resource Management degree from De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde.

"I’m finally graduating! Although it took some time and some delays, my college life has now come to an end. I’ve always wanted to go to regular school instead of doing online classes, even though I know that it would have been really hard, especially because I also have work," she posted on her Instagram page.


She added that she always wanted to experience the life of a regular student saying, "Going to school, 10 mins break and long breaks, kain sa cafeteria and around Taft, the feeling of being in a classroom, school activities, and marami pa."

She also recalled the times when she had to balance school and work.

"I’ll never forget my struggles in hard classes, mga puyat, and my cramming mode. Other memorable moments come from the times when I go to school straight from work and vice versa, mga pakiusap sa professors, thesis hanggang madaling araw, at walang katapusang revisions. Haha! My college life is not only about graduating, getting my diploma, and having a degree but also about the unforgettable and irreplaceable experiences in between," she stated.

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The actress then extended her gratitude to the people who helped her in her journey.

"A huge thanks to everyone who inspired and helped me along the way, including my family, friends, schoolmates, and professors. I wouldn’t have made it this far without you guys. Lastly, to God, alam kong nandiyan Ka the whole time, and thank You for listening to and answering my prayers," she stated.

She also thanked her university for honing her to the person that she is today. Michelle admitted that she would have wanted to experience a regular graduation ceremony but with the pandemic, she learned to be contented on what she has right now.

"Benilde… Thank you for the five years filled with wonderful experiences. I only hoped that I could’ve ended my college journey at school and with a grand graduation ceremony.. Even though I’ve dreamed and waited for that moment for many years, the current situation taught me to be content and grateful for what we have at the moment. Everything happens for a reason, and I know God is teaching us a lesson. All is well with Him," she stated.