The students and staff of New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) are excited to celebrate the Class of 2022. Join us from June 20-24, 2022 for a series of in-person graduation ceremonies in each of our six NBCC campus communities.
This year, the NBCC Student Union (NBCCSU) is purchasing gowns for all 2022 graduates who choose to attend an NBCC graduation ceremony. Graduates must wear this gown to participate in their ceremony.
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The NBCCSU will cover the cost of gowns. Grads can purchase a souvenir cap (not to be worn during the ceremony) for $5.
Have questions? Contact your local Student Life Officer or email email@example.com.
A 2022 graduate from each of the six NBCC campuses will be selected to serve as valedictorian for the graduation ceremony/ceremonies taking place in their campus community. Valedictorians will deliver a valedictory address to their fellow graduates.
Please note: valedictorian nominations are now closed.
Nominees will be contacted and asked to submit the following documentation:
Each nominee will be required to give a formal presentation to the Campus Valedictorian Selection Committee under the following guidelines:
Successful candidates will be contacted by Wednesday, June 8, 2022. Valedictorians must submit a copy of their valedictory address (no longer than 4 minutes) to their Campus Student Life Officer by Wednesday, June 15, 2022 at 4 p.m.
This year, the NBCC Student Union is awarding 25 $250 bursaries to 2022 NBCC graduates who have made positive contributions to student life and in their communities. Graduates can self-nominate for the bursary. Alternatively, NBCC staff and students can nominate a deserving graduate. Nominations must be submitted by Monday, June 13, at 4 p.m.
Students are full partners in the learning process and the central focus of all campus activities. This award is for a current student who has made an exceptional leadership contribution within an NBCC campus and the communities they serve.
For more than 140 years, the Governor General’s Academic Medals have recognized the outstanding scholastic achievements of students in Canada. The Collegiate Bronze Medal is awarded to the student who has the highest overall average upon graduation from approved college and university programs. This award is presented to the graduate by a member of NBCC’s Board of Governors.
The Highest Academic Standing in a Program award recognizes the student in each program who has successfully completed and achieved the highest academic standing within the program. The award recipient must have achieved an overall grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher.
Students who have successfully completed all requirements for graduation and have attained the required grade point average will receive the designation of Honours symbolized by the receipt of an Honours Cord from the Regional Director.
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