Charles Sturt University (CSU) students across several disciplines graduate in Orange today, Friday 8 December.
Along with 523 family and friends, 144 graduates at Kinross Wolaroi High School for the ceremony to mark the completion of degrees in mostly health and science related courses.
Head of Campus Dr Heather Robinson said, “We congratulate our graduating professionals with their friends and families on the successful completion of their studies.
“Charles Sturt University takes pride in producing job-ready professionals who enter the workforce very insightful, making a positive impact, creating an inclusive society, and inspiring others.
"Almost 4 000 graduates across Charles Sturt University campuses have completed their degrees and are attending ceremonies from Albury-Wodonga to Port Macquarie, so it’s a very exciting time for the students, their families, and the academics."
Those attending the Orange graduation have completed graduate diplomas in midwifery and Bachelor degrees in agricultural business management, arts, business, clinical science, dental science, education, physiotherapy, and teaching. Master’s degrees include information and technology, networking and systems administration, and marketing.
The Occasional Address will be delivered by special guest speaker Ms Kristi-Lee Rigby, a former CSU Orange campus graduate who studied Pharmacy, and a successful pharmacist in Forbes.
The student Vote of Thanks will be delivered by Ms Chelsea Noon (Bachelor of Physiotherapy, with Honours).
9.30am Friday 8 December – 144 graduates
Derek Pigot Auditorium, Kinross Wolaroi High School, Bathurst Road, Orange NSW.