Amanda Bynes is celebrating.
After a nearly seventh-month-long absence from social media, the actress returned to Twitter to share a photo of herself on graduation day.
The 33-year-old attended a graduation ceremony for Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, commonly known as FIDM, where she’s been studying since 2014.
“FIDM graduate 2019 #fidmgraduation,” she wrote in the caption.
Bynes received her associate degree in merchandise product development last year. She had announced plans to pursue a bachelor’s degree immediately thereafter at the start of 2019.
After reemerging into the public eye and opening up about her mental health struggles in a Paper Magazine interview, Bynes reportedly suffered a relapse months later in January and checked into a rehab facility, per People.
Bynes, who remains under her parents’ conservatorship, reportedly sought treatment “from mental health professionals and addiction counselors for drug addiction and mental health issues,” according to People, after her return to Hollywood life became overwhelming.
The “Easy A” star previously detailed how abusing drugs like marijuana and Adderall fueled her much-publicized downward spiral, which resulted in two hit-and-run charges in 2012 and a DUI arrest.
We’re still rooting for Amanda and we’re happy to see her celebrating something positive.