After years of hard work, exams, countless late night and no doubt many coffee breaks nearly 800 students will graduate from Wagga’s CSU campus this week.
CSU will host six graduation ceremonies in Wagga on Monday and Tuesday.
Approximately 795 students will graduate across all ceremonies at CSU in Wagga, and thousands of family members and friends will celebrate the achievements of the students.
Acting Head of Campus at CSU in Wagga Wagga Mr Aaron McDonnell said he congratulates graduating professionals on the successful completion of their studies.
“Sometimes we can get caught up with the busy-ness of the end of the year, so it’s wonderful to be able to stop and take the time to reflect and congratulate the many students who are graduating, and celebrate their achievements,” he said.
“Anyone who has completed a long-term project or achieved a long-awaited goal will understand the sheer joy and excitement of graduates at the moment they shake the hand of the Vice-Chancellor and receive their hard-earned testamur.
“The testamur our graduates will receive at the graduation ceremonies is their key to future success. Not only is it an important marker in their lives, an achievement they should be proud of, but it will unlock new opportunities for them. For some it will mean a new career, others it will mean they are one of many CSU graduates who will earn the highest paying salary of any graduate in the nation.”
The schedule of graduations at Joyes Hall, CSU is:
Monday December 10:
9.30am - 207 graduates in the Faculty of Science; School of Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health, School of Dentistry and Health Sciences, School of Community Health, School of Exercise Science, Sport and Health.
2pm - 126 graduates in the Faculty of Science; School of Biomedical Sciences, and School of Exercise Science, Sport and Health, School of Environmental Sciences, School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences, General Science.
6pm - 114 graduates in the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences; School of Computing and Mathematics, School of Accounting and Finance, School of Management and Marketing, School of Psychology, School of Policing Studies, the Centre for Customs and Excise Studies, the Centre for Law and Justice, and the Australian Graduate School of Policing and Security.
Tuesday December 11:
9.30am - 137 graduates in the Faculty of Arts and Education; School of Indigenous Australian Studies, School of Information Studies, School of Teacher Education, and School of Education.
2pm - 90 graduates in the Faculty of Science; School of Animal and Veterinary Science.
6pm - 121 graduates in the Faculty of Arts and Education; School of Communication and Creative Industries, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, the Division of Student Learning, and the Academic Success Unit.