LEXINGTON, Ky. (LEX 18) – A program at the University of Kentucky helped a local woman finish what she started 25 years ago.
Sharon Mofield-Boswell started at UK in 1994. She then started a family a short time later.
“I left school with only one semester to go, and I just focused on raising my daughter,” she explained.
Now, she says her children are the reason she returned to the classroom.
“My girls — that’s what drives me to come back,” Mofield-Boswell said. “It was all stemming from that regret of leaving it unfinished and just wanting to be a role model for my children. Not only is it what I expect for them, it’s what I expect for myself.”
UK’s Project Graduate helped Mofield-Boswell re-enroll. Project Graduate is a statewide initiative to assist adult learners, who have accumulated 80 or more credit hours, to finish their bachelor’s degree.
She will graduate this summer with a degree in Liberal Studies.
To learn more about project graduate, click here.