St. Clair College continued its 55th convocation ceremonies with two sessions at the WFCU Centre on Tuesday, Oct. 4th. There will be close to 2,800 St. Clair College students graduating this fall.
St. Clair College will hold its Virtual Convocation Thursday, June 17, for more than 5,000 graduates during eight sessions.
More than 600 graduates showed up Jan. 29 at the WFCU Centre for St. Clair College's first winter convocation.
There were about 1,000 eligible graduates from Business, Community Studies, Engineering Technologies, Health Sciences, Media, Art and Design, Nursing, Skilled Trades and from the college's Toronto campus, ACE Acumen Academy.
Spring Convocation ceremonies that were scheduled for June 8-13 have been cancelled, St. Clair College announced Monday.
The graduates who were eligible to graduate in the Spring will be invited to participate in the Fall Convocation ceremonies in October.
St. Clair College will hold its 55th Convocation live for the first time since June 2019 as the school celebrates the graduation of over 3,500 students over six sessions this week.
Today, graduates from the Toronto Campus of Ace Acumen attended the first spring session at the College's Chrysler Theatre in the Centre for the Arts in downtown Windsor.
On Wednesday October 19th, St. Clair College held its first "in person" convocation sessions in Toronto celebrating the graduates of the campuses of Ace Acumen Academy.