Congratulations Graduates of 2020!
You've overcome extraordinary obstacles through your hard work and perseverance
More than 3,000 students are graduating from Camosun this year, ready with new knowledge, technical skills and the ability to adapt quickly as our world and the future of work transforms at an accelerated pace. Best wishes to you - the exceptional Class of 2020!
Outstanding Award Recipients — 2020
British Columbia Lieutenant Governor’s Medal for Inclusion, Democracy and Reconciliation
Recognizing an outstanding student enrolled in a post-secondary program who has excelled in their studies while contributing to the life of their institution or community by promoting inclusion, democracy and reconciliation: Shane Baker, Diploma in Indigenous Studies
Distinguished Alumni Award
Camosun’s annual Distinguished Alumni Award honours alumni who have graduated more than 10 years ago and who have demonstrated outstanding service and achievement in their field and in their community: Mark Lovick, Diploma in Business Administration, Management, 1984
Promising Alumni Award
Camosun’s annual Promising Alumni Award recognizes recent graduates (10 years or less) who have demonstrated outstanding service and achievement in their field and community: Angela Wignall, Camosun College/UVic Bachelor of Science Nursing Program 2014/2016
Congratulations & Inspiration
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Welcome to the Alumni Family
You always belong here
As a new grad you may have questions about where to go from here. The Camosun College Alumni Association can help you keep in touch with the college and network with fellow alumni. As a Camosun Alumni, you have access to a number of alumni services and discounts like:
- career assistance;
- access to professional development/continuing education;
- discounts on health/dental/travel and home insurance;
- and more!
From the Deans
Ian Humphries, School of Access
Janice Simcoe, Eyēʔ Sqȃ’lewen – The Centre for Indigenous Education & Community Connections
Richard Stride, Centre for Sport and Exercise Education
Richard Stride, School of Business
Dr. Cynthia Smith,
School of Health and Human Services
Eric Sehn, School of Trades and Technology
Debbie Hlady, School of Arts and Science