Rachel's 2015 Graduation

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You are invited to Rachel Ofner's Graduation Ceremony!

This year has been filled with many ups, downs, accomplishments and lessons. Please help me celebrate finally being done with school by attending my graduation ceremony. This day has been long awaited for. I am graduating in 3.5 years with the equivalent unit count of a 6 year program with all As. Needless to say, I studied my butt off and will continue to study for the CPA and CFE licensing exams I will be taking later this year.

Super Scholasticgirl

My biggest academic achievement occurred during an awards ceremony at school. The Dean was presenting 6 awards. I received the first one and went and sat back down in my chair. When I got called for the second award, the Dean just asked me to stay on stage. He then proceeded to hand me a stack of the rest of the awards. These included the CalCPA Scholarship recipient of $2,000, highest GPA, and other honors recognition.

Rachel's Graduation

Saturday, Dec. 19th, 9:30am

Concordia

Irvine, CA

CU Arena (gym), Concordia University Irvine 1530 Concordia West, Irvine CA 92612


9:00am
Arena doors open for guests
9:30am Commencement Lineup (Behind the Gym, weather permitting). Students are permitted to sit with whomever they wish. Names will be read using cards, you do not need to line up in alphabetical order.
9:55am Commencement procession will begin. Faculty Marshals will assist with lineup and seating.
10:00- 11:00am Commencement Ceremony All graduates are expected to remain seated until the entire ceremony has ended and faculty have recessed.
The Fall Commencement Ceremony will take place on Saturday, December 19, 2015 on Concordia’s campus in the CU Arena (gym). The Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony will begin at 10:00am and last approximately one hour. No tickets are needed for the undergraduate ceremony. Seating for students, family and guests is on a first-come, first-serve basis.

This Year's Highlights

2nd Place National Winners

After spending an entire semester developing a proposal surrounding the ethics involved with High-Frequency Trading, my University sponsored me and my team to travel to Baltimore to compete in a two day ethics competition for Bloomberg and the IACBE. This was the most mentally challenging competition I have done in my entire life but it taught me a lot about the power of coffee and teamwork.

Laguna Seca Porsche Rennsport Reunion

I got to meet up with my dad and his friend/client Erich to watch some cool cars speed around the racetrack and watch Erich's car race. Not only was I extremely impressed with the expert driving skills of all the racers, I also got to be the official team photographer!