We’re so proud

June 9, 2015


Hats off to the Class of 2015

Our Spring 2015 graduates have shelved their books, cleaned their lockers and are already into the next chapter of their lives. We’re incredibly proud of the more than 2,100 people who earned the privilege of walking across the stage at the university’s Convocation ceremonies on June 16, 17 and 18 at the Winspear Centre, and we’re thrilled to be able to tell some of their stories.

Celebrating success: feature stories

Take a deeper look at the experience of a student in each of our faculties and what they plan to do next. Watch for stories of people who are passionate about their programs, who are going on to do exciting things and who have beaten the odds to pursue their educational dream.

THUMB_EricSchool of Business

THUMB_Carissa_ToopFaculty of Arts and Science

THUMB_Oliver_WestallFaculty of Fine Art and Communications

THUMB_Paige_StruberFaculty of Health and Community Studies

THUMB_Megan_VermillionStudent athletes

Convocation webcast

Couldn't make it to Convocation? Watch the Spring 2015 ceremony webcasts.   

Congratulations video

Check out this video message of congratulations for the Class of 2015. We're so proud to have joined you for this part of the ride!


The word on the street: Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

There was a steady stream of photos, quotes, reflections and exciting looks at what our grads have planned for the future on social media during Convocation. Check out the Storify: 


Convocation 101

Convocation is about more than just crossing the stage in a gown and mortarboard. Never heard of a distinguished proctor? Curious about those disembodied voices reading the graduates’ names as they cross the stage? Want to know exactly what the different faculty regalia signifies?
We’ve got you covered with a series of videos and stories that explain the pomp and circumstance behind the convocation ceremonies.

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