Wagga's Charles Sturt University saw people from all walks of life graduating, including full-time worker, mother and grandmother Debra Fisher

By Amelia Mills
Updated December 14 2015 - 7:58pm, first published 11:06am
BALANCING ACT: Debra Fisher with her daughter Veronica at Charles Sturt University after graduating with a Masters of Social Work (Professional Qualifying).
BALANCING ACT: Debra Fisher with her daughter Veronica at Charles Sturt University after graduating with a Masters of Social Work (Professional Qualifying).

Juggling part-time study at university with motherhood and a full-time job was no easy feat for Debra Fisher, but after graduating from Charles Sturt University on Monday, the hard work finally paid off.

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