HomeOver 300 graduates at Collège Boréal in Sudbury celebrate in style!

Over 300 graduates at Collège Boréal in Sudbury celebrate in style!

6 June 2022
After two years of virtual graduations, it was time to have a ball in Sudbury as the 27th annual graduation ceremonies were celebrated in person.

Graduates were all smiles as they received their diplomas from President Daniel Giroux, who was visibly pleased to be able to present them in person. In all, 339 people will receive a diploma or a certificate from Collège Boréal during one of the 3 ceremonies organized in Sudbury to celebrate the event in style.

A look back at two emotional years

Each ceremony gave rise to touching moments: from the parents who exclaimed with joy and celebrated the success of their children to the student who came from elsewhere in search of a diploma in the hope of a better life. The graduate of the program of Computer Engineering Techniques Favour Massyrée Rose Camara made a point of thanking all her teachers, on behalf of her cohort. “Always listening, you offered us the chance to study in a warm, francophone environment, an environment that is like us.”

Governor General’s Academic Medal

The Governor General’s Academic Medal, awarded to a full-time student who has achieved the highest average in a two-year degree program, was awarded this year to Gabriella Varagnolo, a graduate of the Child Care Education program in Windsor.

Over $1 million in scholarships in 2021-2022!

Thanks to the great generosity of donors and agencies, Collège Boréal’s Foundation awarded more than 1500 scholarships to students during the 2021-2022 academic year, for a total of $1.3 million. A number of scholarships and awards were distributed during the ceremonies but most were given during the school year to help students finish their program.

I am especially proud and moved to present degrees today to a cohort that has overcome the tremendous challenges caused by the pandemic in the past two years. The graduates of 2022 are, without question, the perseverance and talent of an entire generation. Their courage and ability to adapt to change will undoubtedly serve them well on the job market and in whatever path they choose to take.
I am proud of the results and success of our graduates, who have shown great resilience throughout their studies, which were disrupted by the health restrictions imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic. I thank them for answering the call of all those who need quality care in French across the province by agreeing to be part of the next generation of health care providers.
I congratulate all the graduates of the School of Business and Community Services and wish them every happiness in their chosen profession. The very essence of Collège Boréal is to connect theory and practice, both in teaching and in research. Business and social services are professions of intelligence and heart. I hope that our graduates will be able to put their knowledge to work for their communities.
The School of Trades and Applied Technology is proud to have accompanied this cohort that is now entering the job market or will be pursuing graduate studies. We have innovated throughout the pandemic to provide our students with hands-on experiences that meet their expectations. We are proud to have developed even more partnerships across the province to become even more involved in our communities.
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