Congratulations to King's Class of 2022! It was wonderful to celebrate your success and accomplishments. Welcome to the King's Alumni family!
King’s University College 2022 Celebration of Graduates
June 22 and 24, 2022
We're excited to celebrate Spring 2022 Convocation in person. Help us celebrate the accomplishments of the Class of 2022! The schedule of events is here. Each graduate can book up to four tickets for the Spring 2022 Convocation. Please note that all guests must be properly vaccinated, and King's and Western require attendees to wear three-layer masks indoors.
You can pick up your convocation gown and hood in the Vitali Lounge starting at 9 a.m. on the day of your convocation, and drop it off in Labatt Hall, room 100, between 5 and 7 p.m., after the ceremony. If you haven't pre-ordered your regalia, you can rent it at the Mustang Lounge in the University Community Centre (UCC) at Western. View your convocation day schedule.
If you had your photo taken during Convocation, you can get a copy of your free 5x7 portrait.
Show off your Convocation photos! Here at King’s, we are excited to celebrate the graduates of 2022, and we've created new convocation stickers for you! To find the stickers and add them to photos and videos, search for #KingsAtWestern, #KingsGrad2022, #KingsGrad, and #Kings2022, and GIFs will appear. Select your GIF, which will be added to your photo or video.
For the members of the Classes of 2020 and 2021, you'll have the opportunity to cross the stage on July 6 at 10 a.m. at Alumni Hall. You'll find the details here. The broadcast of the 2021 Celebration of Graduates is still available on King's Facebook, as well as the King's YouTube channel.
Do you still need to get your graduation photo taken? It's not too late! Students can book an appointment with Lifetouch in the University Community Centre (UCC) at Western where they have their permanent studio.
Tell us about your King’s experience and your future plans in the King's University College Graduation Survey 2022. You could win a frame for your degree if your name is randomly selected from those who complete the survey.