Unisa Officially Resumes 2022 In-person Graduation Ceremonies

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Physical graduation ceremonies at the University of South Africa (Unisa) are scheduled to begin in the upcoming week after several postponements over the previous few months. The ceremony location and start time of each ceremony are arranged as detailed below.
 


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The University of South Africa (Unisa) has announced that the 2022 Autumn Graduation ceremonies, which were temporarily put on hold owing to university-wide labour unrest, have resumed again with effect from Monday, 27 June 2022 and will continue until 5 August 2022

The institution added that the first set of these graduation events is slated to take place this week on Monday and Tuesday, 28 June 2022, respectively, in Polokwane, Limpopo. 

Thereafter, on specific dates, the ceremonies will proceed to Tshwane, Cape Town, Durban, and East London. Unisa also states that they are in direct contact with the impacted students to discuss their individual graduation dates.

For many of our students, graduation ceremonies serve as the first-ever meaningful recognition and achievement, the fulfilment of not only a lifelong dream but the restoration of their sense of worth and indeed the reaffirmation of their humanity.

Unisa went on to express their gratitude to the staff members whose perseverance and commitment allowed the graduation ceremonies to resume. Due to the inconvenience brought on by the postponing of the graduations, they also acknowledged the affected students and other stakeholders for their tolerance and understanding.

The university also appealed to all stakeholders, particularly staff members, to play their part in ensuring that the graduations are a resounding success and memorable for those graduating students and their loved ones.

Read more: Here Are New Dates For Unisa's Graduation Ceremonies


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