For Rhodes State College student Klemmi Tyson, getting her Associates Degree in Human Services is another step toward her goal of a Bachelors Degree in Psychology.
She wants to be a drug and alcohol counselor and Rhodes State is helping to make that happen.
Nearly 675 degrees were handed out in ceremonies at Lima's Civic Center Saturday afternoon. That's the most for any Rhodes State commencement.
Melisa Rahrig received her Associates Degree in Physical Therapist Assistant.
She found the Rhodes State experience a good one.
The keynote speaker for the college's 42nd commencement was Mary Taylor, Ohio's Lieutenant Governor.
She says Rhodes State College is vital in getting Ohioans back to work.