Toronto Reference Library, Epic Hall and Prologue
Tuesday, July 5th
We are pleased to announce an in-person spring convocation!
Georgian@ILAC continues to monitor pandemic protocols and best practices.
If you have any questions please refer to the frequently asked questions area below.
|9:00 AM||Students will arrive (Epic Hall), and they will register at the entry table for getting their card information (including designated seat)|
|10:00 AM||Students’ guests will arrive|
Ceremony will start with the bagpipe player, students will move to their seats.
Platform party: Rafael Ortiz, Registrar, Georgian@ILAC, Chris Anstead, Dean, Georgian@ILAC, Sheikh Akhtar, Project Management Director, Georgian@ILAC, and Dr. Maher Ghalayini, Acting Vice President, Academic, Georgian College. The platform party will be joined by members of the Georgian@ILAC faculty.
Convocation Master of Ceremonies, Rafael Ortiz, Registrar, Georgian@ILAC
Order of proceedings
|12:00 PM||Ceremony will end, and we will move to Prologue room. During the reception, meet a representative of the Georgian College Alumni Association and learn about the benefits and privileges of your alumni membership.|
|2:00 PM||Music and closing up|
visit the grad shop
frequently asked questions
In order to graduate in the current convocation ceremonies, you must complete all your program requirements by the end of the Winter 2022 term and your records must be in good standing.
All students’ records must be in good standing by the deadline indicated on the Important Dates for Graduates timeline, (to be in good standing, you must not have any outstanding fees, fines or loans, including book and equipment loans on your account).
Ensure your account is cleared of any holds that may prevent your graduation.
If you are planning to attend your convocation ceremony, you must reserve your seats here
Follow these steps if you want to invite a family member from overseas to convocation:
- Write a Letter of Invitation: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has a guide for you to follow. This is only a guide, you must write the invitation yourself and your letter must be written in English (In some cases, the letter may need to be notarized).
- International Students – May request an optional Letter of Enrolment (if currently enrolled) OR Graduation letter (if program completed) from ADMISSION.