Spring Convocation: Waterloo celebrates more than 6,000 new graduates
Special guests, family and friends welcome to commemorate the graduates of Waterloo’s 118th convocation.
Special guests, family and friends welcome to commemorate the graduates of Waterloo’s 118th convocation.By University Relations
The University of Waterloo is honoured to announce the academic achievements of approximately 6,300 graduates who will receive degrees next week at convocation ceremonies.
These graduating students will receive their academic hoods and official diplomas in twelve ceremonies that take place from June 11 to 15.
Honorary doctorates, distinguished professor emeriti and honorary members will also be recognized. Through the conferring of honorary degrees, the University recognizes outstanding achievement, whether academic or through service to society. A full list of the honorees’ names and their accomplishments is available online.
The convocation ceremonies will begin with students from the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences and the Faculty of Environment on Tuesday. The Faculty of Arts convocation ceremonies will follow on Wednesday; the Faculty of Science will honour their graduates on Thursday and the Faculty of Mathematics ceremonies will take place on Friday. Faculty of Engineering students will graduate in ceremonies on Saturday.
These ceremonies will take place in the main gymnasium of the Physical Activities Complex (PAC) on the main campus in Waterloo. A complete ceremony schedule is also available online.
Congratulations to each and every #UWaterlooGrad — and their friends and families — for all their hard work and accomplishments.