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NURSING GRAD ALLEGEDLY DISALLOWED TO MARCH ON STAGE DUE TO HIS UNPROCESSED P2,700 GRADUATION FEE

 When John Marcelino Rosaldo arrived at his graduation ceremony on June 23, he was allegedly blocked to go up on stage to receive his diploma due to his unprocessed graduation fee of P2,700.




John, who graduated nursing from Lorma Colleges in La Union was heartbroken after he was not able to walk across the graduation stage - a once-in-a-life time experience that will never  ever comeback!




His story quickly went viral across the social media platforms after his sibling, Celene Rosaldo, uploaded a series of TikTok videos which captioned: "Yung graduate ka pero di ka pinaakyat ng stage para kunin diploma mo kasi di naconfirm payment mo sa grad fee."



Celene also shared some snaps of their mother who shed tears after the awful event.



"My brother just graduated but my mom cried coz the school did not allow him toget his diploma up the stage," said Celene.




"He has already paid his grad fee the day before his grad but the school didn't confirm his payment. That's the fucked up part," she added.



Celene explained that she was so devastated seeing his mother's reaction when John was pulled out of the line to march on stage.



"Ang pinakamasakit po dun ay ang itsura ng nanay ko po na kitang-kita niya na yung anal niya na pinull out sa line papuntang stage para-ireceive sana 'yung diploma."



John was just holding a rolled up piece of paper he used for the photo ops after the graduation rites.



Lots of netizens had expressed their disappointment, calling for further action against the school's lack of fairness. 



Meanwhile, Lorma Colleges in a statement said: "We are deeply concerned and saddened by what transpired during the recent graduation of Lorma Colleges involving one of our students. We sympathize with the family and are currently trying to get in touch with him and/or with his family to discuss and investigate what exactly happened and to ensure that this type of incident does not happen again. Lorma Colleges continues to be committed to the education of the present generation and future generation students to come."

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