Convocation is the ceremony where you, your family and your friends celebrate the successful completion of your academic credential.
2018 Convocation Photos
Your convocation ceremonies will take place Monday, June 3 and Tuesday, June 4, 2019.
Monday, June 3 ceremonies
|Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts||10 a.m.|
|Faculty of Arts and Sciences||2 p.m.|
|Faculty of Global and Community Studies||2 p.m.|
Faculty of Education, Health and Human Development
Tuesday, June 4 ceremonies
|School of Business||10 a.m|
|School of Communications||2 p.m.|
|School of Legal Studies||2 p.m.|
|NABU and INMA||2 p.m.|
What do I need to do to attend convocation?
First, you need to apply for graduation assessment through the Registrar's office, who will ensure you meet all the academic requirements to graduate. Your name is then submitted to Senate for approval.
Once you receive your letter confirming your graduation status, you’ll receive an email invitation to the convocation ceremony at your CapU email address.
Note: It is possible to register on the day of the ceremony, but you’ll pay an additional fee of $60.
For information on planning for your big day, visit the graduates page.
Information about regalia and the convocation proceedings are available on the faculty page.
Learn about attending graduation ceremonies—registering to attend, parking, flowers and more—on the guests page.
Celebrate with photos, jewelry and flowers
Book your grad photo session with Artona. You can contact them directly:
- by phone at 604 872 7272 or +1 800 668 3866
- by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Custom collegiate jewelry
Purchase your custom grad jewelry at Jostens.
Convocation Flowers provides grads and guests with the opportunity to pre-order flowers and t-shirts online.