Framingham State University
Sun May 26, 2019 on Facebook
Kelly Lucke’s FSU journey won’t end when she crosses the stage at commencement today, but she will be receiving her bachelor’s degree in Food and Nutrition before continuing on in #FramState’s newest 4+1 program, the Coordinated Program in Dietetics. While her academic pursuits will continue, Kelly still feels that she is prepared for life after graduation. “FSU helps you grow in so many different ways,” she said. “With continued guidance and hard work, I know I will be ready to have a successful career.”

While obtaining two degrees in just five years may have been a tempting reason to attend FSU, Kelly was also impressed with the 14:1 student to faculty ratio. “This was perfect for the interactive type of learning that I was look for,” she said. “And the faculty at FSU are incredible! They always take the time to lend extra support.”

Kelly was also very involved with the Nutrition Club. “We fundraised on campus and at Stop & Shop [for the Rams Resource Center] and it was so heartwarming to see the generosity of so many of our community members,” she said. “I felt so lucky to get to bring these gifts to the resource center on campus.”

Congratulations Kelly! #FramStateGrad19