Brock’s Convocation Celebration Wall makes its debut

Excited graduates, proud families and supportive members of the Brock community are all a part of what makes each Convocation so memorable.

While the key players in this milestone moment can’t physically come together for the University’s 109th Convocation ceremony, they can still make their mark on the celebration.

In advance of the online Spring Convocation portal opening on Friday, June 18, Brock has officially launched its Celebration Wall, where graduands, their loved ones and Brock staff and faculty are invited to share photos, videos and words of encouragement for the Class of 2021.

The Celebration Wall is accessible to all, with posts appearing in a common area of the Convocation website. Photos and videos, along with a short message, can be submitted here.

The virtual photo and video wall is part of an expanded Celebration package, which also includes Brock Convocation mobile wallpapers as well as stickers and filters for social media.

About 3,500 students from all seven Faculties will have their degrees conferred and officially become Brock alumni when the University’s online Spring Convocation portal opens.

Each graduand will get their own personalized online experience with messages from the Brock President and Chancellor, student leaders, keynote speakers and others.

Following the launch of the Convocation portal, all graduating students will be mailed a package that includes their degree parchment, a Convocation program, an alumni pin, a copy of Surgite magazine, other information from the Brock University Alumni Association and a bag of Class of 2021 confetti.

Graduands are reminded to update their address and phone number on their Brock student portal to receive their Convocation package.

After going live, the Virtual Convocation portal will remain online and available to students and the wider Brock community.

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