21-year-olds Enna, Maria, Emilio, George and John Diaz, fives from Keller, Texas, successfully graduated from the university in one day in five different specialties.
Pyatnyashki were born with a difference of three minutes one by one in July 1996, went to the same elementary, middle and high school and together came to the prom night, writes Mirror.
Later they were taken to the same University of Texas, where they lived in neighboring houses and were preparing for the last exams in the library. Young people worked part-time in restaurants, took student loans, and used the university's financial aid program to complete their studies.
Last month, three brothers and two sisters received diplomas in biology, finance, Spanish, social communication and art. Their parents, 55-year-old sales manager Jorge and his wife Enna, were invited to receive their diplomas and proudly watched their children's achievements.
Jorge, a native of Guadalajara, Mexico, admitted: “Ever since they were born, people have kept asking me how I was going to send my five kids to college. It was my dream to see them graduates. It was the best feeling a parent could ever have, multiplied by five. We did it!".
One of the sons, George, said: “I don’t think I’ll ever be half as happy as my father was when we graduated.” The son says that helping children get higher education has always been Jorge's main goal.
All fives are delighted with the fact that they were able to go through such a serious part of life together and receive diplomas at the same time.