Congratulations to our most recent alumni including 4720 undergraduate students and 627 graduate students who convocated in June 2020.
As our esteemed alumni, you are part of a prestigious group that includes Canadian Prime Ministers William Lyon Mackenzie King, Paul Martin, Arthur Meighen and Lester B. Pearson. We have Supreme Court justices among our ranks, including The Honourable Rosalie Silberman Abella, Andromache Karakatsanis and John Douglas Armour.
You are also among a Canadian Governor General, Nobel Peace Prize recipients, renowned filmmakers — including David Cronenberg, Atom Egoyan, Norman Jewison, Shelley Saywell, Dawn Wilkinson, Betty Xie — and Juno Award winners Sophie Milman and the Strumbellas’s Dave Ritter. And don’t forget our literary luminaries, including Margaret Atwood, Joy Fielding, Stephen Leacock, Rohinton Mistry, Farley Mowat, Michael Ondaatje and Ian Williams.
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Celebrating our graduates!
In the midst of a pandemic, U of T's Virtual Convocation 2020 was a new experience for graduating students and their families. Selfies on campus were replaced with selfies in quarantine. Friends and family members cheered their students in online messages and calls, and the Faculty of Arts & Science joined in the festivities to celebrate the remarkable and resilient Class of 2020.
We took a walk down memory lane on Instagram, cheered on our superstar students on Twitter.
Below, see how our community shared their heartfelt congratulations with this resilient Class of 2020, browse through the social media highlights and read about where our graduates are headed.
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