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Moges Girma  ( CEO, Gage College  )

 “Congratulations graduates of class of 2018”
  Here’s a math problem for you:



What is the meaning of graduation?

  • Graduation is the brief moment between thinking that  you  know  everything  and finding out that you know nothing.
  • Graduation is the end of the beginning of a lifetime of learning.
  • Graduation is a requirement that graduates enforce upon others in order to retain their status as

I want to say congratulation on this happy date. It’s time for you to celebrate, since today is the day you graduate.

I’m wishing you the best things in life that come to those willing to put  in  the  time and energy that you have. Keep up the good work, and you’ll do great things.

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Now your brain just became priceless!  All the best!!

Best regards

Anduamlak Yibeltal  ( President )

 “Congratulations to the graduates of 2018/2010”

  Dear Graduates, Congratulations!!

I am privileged to congratulate you  all and extend my best wishes on behalf of Gage College and my own behalf upon successful completion of your studies.

I am hopeful and confident that your stay in our College enables you to discover

yourself and finally conclude by assuring that YOU CAN DO WHAT YOU WANT TO DO.

This is really a great achievement  which can be a springboard to your future life achievements.

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Zerihun Mengistu


“The prospective graduates of all programs undergoing are the fruits of our college”

Education is a principal tool of national development in  societies  where  access is guaranteed, the value of this tool is dependent on the provision of quality education.

Quality education, quite often, plays the leading role in creating competent work force joining the nation’s economy when leaving the college after completing studies of the respective levels.

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Abera  Gebrehiwot

AcVP of Under Graduates

“Congratulations to the graduates of 2018/2010”

Today is a special day. Your time has come. Congratulations     and     commendations to each and every one of you on this remarkable achievement of graduation from Gage College.

For our graduates it is a celebration of the culmination of three, four or five years of study. We hope it will be an occasion that you will remember fondly for the rest of your lives.

You have worked hard during your three, four or five years and Click here to Read More

“We hope it will be an occasion that you will remember fondly for the rest of your lives.”

CEO of Gage College, Ethiopia, Visits USU

Thursday, Aug. 09, 2018

Janis Boettinger with CEO of GAGE College, Moges Girma Kassa and Robert Wagner

Vice Provost and Office of Global Engagement Director, Janis Boettinger (left), with CEO of GAGE College, Moges Girma Kassa (center), CEO of GAGE College, and Vice President of Academic Instruction Services, Robert Wagner (right).

Utah State University leaders met with Moges Girma, CEO of Gage College, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, in July to discuss USU’s distance education program and sign a memorandum of cooperation. Girma visited several USU campuses over two days, including the Logan campus, USU Eastern-Price, USU-Salt Lake and USU-Brigham City.

Moges Girma and colleagues visit USU Brigham City CampusMoges Girma and colleagues visit USU Brigham City Campus with Lauri Merrill, Recruiter for Brigham City (left) and Jill Rasmussen, USU Brigham City Director of Student Services (right).

Girma and two colleagues met with and presented proposals to USU leaders Janis Boettinger, vice provost and director of Global Engagement; Robert Wagner, vice president of Academic and Instructional Services (AIS); John Louviere, assistant vice president and executive director of AIS; Shelly Ortiz, international program coordinator in Global Engagement; Monika Galvydis, director of study abroad in Global Engagement; and Shannon Peterson, director of global programming in the Institute of Government and Politics. Louviere and Wagner provided a tour of the state-of-the-art distance education building, followed by a tour of the Merrill-Cazier Library from Jeanne Davidson, department head and associate dean of Instruction, Collections, and Patrons. Click here to Read More