You did it! We hope you feel a sense of accomplishment & pride.
We are so proud of all our graduates and are excited to celebrate your success this spring!
Convocation ceremonies will also be live streamed for those unable to attend in-person.
Graduation ceremonies will occur in-person! Please review the Frequently Asked Questions found above for more information about what to expect at your graduation ceremony.
Guests & Attending
All graduates can invite two guests. More information on how to access your tickets will be available soon.
Covid-19 protocols will be in place per guidelines from Public Health.
More information will be available soon.
Because of the generosity of our donors, Northern College students receive a million dollars in Scholarships, Bursaries and Awards each year!
Graduation Awards Ceremony
Evening of Thursday, June 2, 2022
All other campuses will have Award Ceremonies during the Convocation Ceremony.
Congratulations to the all recipients!
What do you most look forward to at grad?
The past two convocation ceremonies were held virtually due to the ongoing pandemic and we are thrilled to be able to have in-person graduation ceremonies once again.
We’re asking you, our grads, to share what you most look forward to at grad this year. Join the conversation for a chance to a customized diploma frame! Simply tag Northern College on social and #benorthernproud to enter to social contest.
Graduates from 2020 and 2021 are welcome to participate too!
If you graduated in 2020 or 2021
Graduates who completed their studies when restrictions prevented us from having in-person ceremonies are encouraged to cross the stage this year and participate in all the celebrations.
Please connect with your campus Graduation Coordinator to learn more.
Haileybury Campus: Jennifer Brazeau, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kirkland Lake Campus: Patricia Adair, email@example.com
Moosonee Campus: Willard Small, firstname.lastname@example.org
Timmins Campus: Lisa Lamarche, email@example.com
What to expect if we can’t celebrate in-person (again)
We hate to jinx it but we are prepared to offer another Digital Convocation if pandemic restrictions prevent us from having in-person ceremonies. In the event that your graduation will be virtual, we continue to allow pandemic grads to join the next in-person ceremonies.
You’ve Graduated! What’s Next?
You are off to do amazing things and make an impact on this world. We look forward to sharing in your success story today, and all of your future successes as you embark on what will undoubtedly be a successful career.
Pursue every ambition, go as far as you can possibly imagine and be the generation to embrace the new responsibility to help re-build and re-shape communities around the world.