The weekend marked Kansas State’s Fall Commencement ceremonies honoring the newly graduated seniors.
During the College of Arts and Sciences commencement, the honorable Judge Maritza Segarra, a Kansas State alumnus from the 1980s, challenged graduates to use the tools they learned while in school.
While giving further career advice, Segarra explains how she never imagined endin up in the career she has now.
Segarra went on to be the only female judge at the Magistrate and District Court levels in the 8th judicial district and is the first “Latina” district court judge in Kansas history.
University Provost and Senior Vice President April Mason was present for The college of Arts and Sciences commencement for the conferral of the degrees.
The College of Arts and Sciences has over 20 different majors at Kansas State ranging from Economics to Journalism and Mass Communication.
A total of eight commencements were conducted with six of those on Saturday inside Bramlage Coliseum.