Julie Anne San Jose finally fulfills dream of getting college degree

Julie Anne San Jose on finishing college: "It's been a long road but with hard work and patience, anything is possible. This is certainly a huge milestone..."


Finally, Julie Anne San Jose graduates from college!

Today, May 31, the 22-year-old Kapuso singer earns her bachelor's degree in Communication Arts from Angelicum College.

On Instagram, Julie Anne posted a photo of her wearing a graduation gown and cap, proudly showing her diploma.

Her caption read: “Another chapter has ended, and so a new one begins. #batch2016

Another chapter has ended, and so a new one begins. ??????????? #batch2016

A photo posted by Julie Anne San Jose (@myjaps) on

“IT’S ALL WORTH IT.” Before her graduation march, she summed up her life as a television personality/ regular student.

Posting her grad photo, she wrote: “And there was everything. Sleepless nights, fatigue and even disappointments, but those were transient emotions brought by much studying and lack of rest sometimes.

“I've realized it's okay to admit I wasn't perfect, I was struggling.

"I've juggled work and studies, yet managed to survive.

"I definitely have to say that it's all worth it.

“As I went through four and a half years, I've learned that it pays not to worry so much about where you ranked but rather think about the joy you get with what you do.

"Life doesn't offer us a smooth path.

“There will always be tough times, regrets and failures as well as success, reward and happiness.

"Before closing this chapter, it's pertinent to thank the people who continue to inspire me.

“My family who raised me, for the guidance and unconditional love; my friends and peers, for joining me in the fight for life, and making all efforts fulfilled; my professors and teachers, for imparting profound wisdom; and lastly, God for the blessings and the wonderful gift of knowledge.

"It's been a long road but with hard work and patience, anything is possible.

“This is certainly a huge milestone... The tassel's worth the hassle.

“San Jose, Julie Anne P.

“Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts, 2016

And there was everything. Sleepless nights, fatigue and even disappointments, but those were transient emotions brought by much studying and lack of rest sometimes. I've realized it's okay to admit I wasn't perfect, i was struggling. I've juggled work and studies, yet managed to survive. I definitely have to say that it's all worth it. As I went through four and a half years, i've learned that it pays not to worry so much about where you ranked but rather think about the joy you get with what you do. Life doesn't offer us a smooth path. There will always be tough times, regrets and failures as well as success, reward and happiness. Before closing this chapter, it's pertinent to thank the people who continue to inspire me. My family who raised me, for the guidance and unconditional love; my friends and peers, for joining me in the fight for life, and making all efforts fulfilled; my professors and teachers, for imparting profound wisdom; and lastly, God for the blessings and the wonderful gift of knowledge. It's been a long road but with hardwork and patience, anything is possible. This is certainly a huge milestone.. The tassel's worth the hassle. San Jose, Julie Anne P. Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts, 2016

A photo posted by Julie Anne San Jose (@myjaps) on

“EDUCATION IS REALLY IMPORTANT.” Meanwhile, in an interview with PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal) last May 25, her college degree is a gift to her parents.

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She said,  “This is also one way of making my family, my parents happy.

“Gusto ko rin mag-set ng good example sa ibang kabataan ngayon na mag-aral talaga, kasi education is really important.”

There have been offers for her to teach in Angelicum College, but she had to put it on hold because f her impending trip to Europe.

Read: Julie Anne San Jose to graduate from college on May 31


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