Special needs student accepted to Clemson
Getting accepted to higher education is a big moment in some people's lives, but for Rion Holcombe, it may have been the best moment of his life.
Holcombe has Down syndrome. He applied to a special needs program at Clemson University called LIFE. He had to send in a video to be accepted into the program.
After a while, Holcombe received a letter from the school letting him know he had been accepted. It's takes him a few seconds to wrap his head around what he's reading, but when he does, his face glows.
I'm not sure I've ever seen a bigger smile. Congrats, Rion!
Carter Nacke, Web Content Editor - KTAR.com/ArizonaSports.com
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