Congratulations! You have completed your undergraduate degree.
As a St. Jerome’s student, you have the unique opportunity to attend two celebrations to commemorate your graduation in June. The St. Jerome's University Graduation Ceremony take place on campus in the SJ2/Academic Centre Atrium and celebrates your achievements as a graduate from the SJU community. The University of Waterloo Faculty of Arts Convocation takes place in the Physical Activities Complex (PAC) and is where your diploma will be given to you as your degree is conferred. We strongly recommend your participation in both of these celebrations!
St. Jerome’s University Graduation Ceremony
Sunday, June 11, 2023 | 2:30 p.m. | St. Jerome's University, SJ2/Academic Centre Atrium | Registration required.
The St. Jerome’s University Graduation Ceremony is unique to our University and has historically provided an opportunity to bring together members of our community to recognize our SJU graduates and award winners. If you are a SJU graduating student, you have been sent an email invitation and must register your participation by Friday, May 19, 2023. We also welcome graduates to invite and register two guests to join them for this event.
If you have questions, please email SJUGrad2023@sju.ca.
University of Waterloo, Faculty of Arts Undergraduate Convocation
Thursday, June 15, 2023 | 10:00 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.| University of Waterloo PAC | Registration required.
Degrees and diplomas will be conferred across a total of 14 convocation ceremonies taking place at the University of Waterloo in June 2023. For information about how to register for your ceremony, order your gown, and to find out more information about the Convocation Schedule, visit the University of Waterloo's Convocation Frequently Asked Questions website page using the following link.
Please make sure to visit all of the pages linked to the icons below to ensure that you have everything you need to complete your degree. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to drop by SJU's Student Affairs or the Registrar’s Office in Sweeney Hall.