- Charles Sturt congratulates 9,394 graduates in 2021
- More than 3,890 of those were conferred in December
- Cancelled ceremonies from 2021 will be rescheduled in 2022
The academic year comes to a close as Charles Sturt University congratulates almost 9,400 graduates who conferred their degrees and certificates in 2021.
The University conferred 9,394 graduates in 2021, with 3,893 conferred in December.
It marks the end of the academic year, which was again interrupted by COVID-19 lockdowns and restrictions.
But another shift to online learning was not enough to deter the more than 9,300 graduates from achieving this milestone.
Of the 3,893 graduates conferred in December, there were 282 in Albury-Wodonga, 941 in Bathurst, 52 in Dubbo, 77 in Orange, 167 in Port Macquarie and 1,250 in Wagga Wagga.
The other graduates were from the University’s study centres and affiliated institutes in Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, Western Australia, Brisbane and overseas.
Charles Sturt Vice-Chancellor Professor Renée Leon said students have overcome another challenging year to reach this important milestone.
“Congratulations to all who graduated with a degree, certificate or other qualification from Charles Sturt University in 2021,” she said.
“Graduation marks an important time in a higher education student’s life and all who have achieved this milestone should take the time to celebrate with family and friends.
“We look forward to celebrating and recognising your achievements on campus with you in 2022.”
The university looks forward to hosting the rescheduled 2021 graduations in 2022. An update on the detail of these events will be issued at the end of January 2022.
Graduates can view a full listing of all conferrals via the Charles Sturt graduation website.