At 27-years-old, Robert Garcia decided he was tired of working nights at his computer support job and wanted to make a change for himself and his young family. So, after a few years of classes at Santa Fe Community College, Garcia transferred to UNM to finish his degree. But, because of his work and class hours, many times Garcia was forced to sleep in his car, Zimmerman Library and wherever else he could, to make sure he made it to class. Now, he's graduating with a B.S. in Civil Engineering and will be a Lobo for Life.