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UCOL Graduation dates

Media Advisory Leigh Dome


4 March 2013
UCOL Graduation dates
UCOL’s three Palmerston North Graduation Ceremonies will be held on 12 and 13 March at the Regent on Broadway.

This year the first UCOL Ceremonies on Tuesday 12 March are for Diploma and Degree graduands: Humanities and Business and Trades and Technology Faculties at 10am and Faculty of Health Science at 2.30pm.

Palmerston North Mayor Jono Naylor will address the graduates at both Tuesday Ceremonies.

The Wednesday Ceremony at 1pm is for graduands from all faculties who are receiving Certificates.

Joseph Harawira is the Guest Speaker for the Certificate Ceremony. In his role as ACC Programme Manager for Sport and Recreation, Joseph works closely with national sports organisations across many codes.

UCOL Council Honours Awards will be presented at each Graduation Ceremony.

At the conclusion of each Ceremony, graduates, their families, UCOL staff and members of the official UCOL party will form a procession along Broadway Avenue and Princess Street to the Atrium at the UCOL campus.

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