Preparing to graduate
Are you graduating this year? For information on the ceremony, gown rentals, and photo options, check out the Graduation website!
For information on applying for graduation and attending convocation, please check out the Student Services website.
Did you miss the Grad Rundown information session? All the information you need is here!
Grad rundown is an information session for all graduating students. We cover everything from applying to graduate to the perks of becoming UBC Alumni! It's free and snacks will be provided!
We're offering two different info session times so that you have options for attending. There will be lots of time for questions at the end of each session. If you can't make either session, the information is located at the top of this website.
|Info Session 1||Info Session 2|
October 11, 2017
January 30, 2018
In case you missed the first session, check out the 2017W Grad Rundown!
GradImages will be campus on March 6-8 for students who would like to have grad photos or professional portraits (in case you want a LinkedIn photo).
Typically the last day GradImages is on campus is the busiest day, so don't wait until the last minute to have your photos taken.
For more information on photos, please visit the GradImages website. GradImages will also be on campus during Convocation in case you would like to have photos taken then.
Grad photos can also be taken at most professional portrait studios.
Please note, grad photos are not mandatory.
Programs for graduating students
The Advising & Involvement Centre (AIC) will offer a variety of sessions that will educate students on academics, careers, money management, graduation, and post-graduation information. Accompanied by exciting activities and contests, we will provide practical advice and support in a fun atmosphere while celebrating student’s accomplishments and potential. By connecting students with people who can offer advice, information, encouragement, and practical skills, our sessions will ease the transition out of university and into the “real world.”
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