Many things have changed since LaGuardia graduated its first group of trailblazers over 44 years ago. Back then, 254 students filled Queens College’s Colden Auditorium, eager and ready to flip their tassels over and head full force into exciting futures. But the indomitable desire of LaGuardia graduates to improve their lives, to reach goals they never dreamed of setting and to serve as providers and role models for their families is timeless.The Class of 2014, LaGuardia’s 42nd graduating class, each one of them with a unique story - has slightly outgrown that auditorium. LaGuardia’s 42nd graduating class, like LaGuardia’s past classes, personifies our legacy of being intrepid. The graduate profiles below are just two examples of the bold, compassionate and independent spirit of LaGuardia.Meet our graduates.The entire LAGCC community congratulates the Class of 2014.
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64% are female, 36% are male.39% are between the ages of 18-24; 33% are between 25-29 years of age; 11% are between the ages of 30-34; 13% are between the ages of 35-44; 4% are age 45 and over. 32% of LaGuardia’s Class of 2013 identify themselves as Hispanic; 21% are Asian/Pacific Islanders; 12% are Black, non-Hispanic; 12% are White, non-Hispanic; the remaining 23% consider themselves of another ethnic origin or did not wish to self-identify.67% live in Queens; 14% live in Brooklyn; 10% live in Manhattan; 5% live in the Bronx; and 4% live elsewhere.