Charles Sturt University hosted its second day of graduation ceremonies at the Wagga campus on Wednesday, with students from the Science faculty finally able to don their caps and gowns and celebrate the end of their degrees.
The class of 2020 previously had their graduation ceremonies postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Testamur's were delivered in the mail last year, so when students were finally able to graduate this week, commemorative tokens were handed out instead.
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On Tuesday and Wednesday, graduation ceremonies were held for students in the Science faculty.
Thursday will see students from the Faculty of Business Justice and Behavioural Science, and the Faculty of Arts Education be able to graduate. On Friday, additional ceremonies will be held for students in the Arts Education faculty.
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