In photos: U of T grads celebrated at 2023 fall convocation
Thousands of students from the University of Toronto’s three campuses celebrated their academic journeys during fall convocation this week.
Family and friends watched as graduates decked out in gowns and hoods crossed the stage inside Convocation Hall, marking the beginning of a new chapter after years of dedication and hard work.
Here are a few highlights captured by the photographers who covered the ceremonies:
Graduating students enter Convocation Hall for one of 10 ceremonies this week.
Accompanied by a support animal, a graduate shares a moment with U of T President Meric Gertler, Chancellor Rose Patten and the rest of the platform party.
With degrees in hand and smiles on their faces, new graduates master the art of the post-convocation selfie.
Eagle Feather Bearer Kawennanoron Cynthia (Cindy) White leads the procession out of Convocation Hall following a ceremony.
Sealed with a kiss: A new U of T graduate celebrates with her (very proud) family.
Friends and family provide U of T graduates with support during their academic journeys – sometimes literally.
Jumping for joy on Front Campus is a time-honoured U of T tradition.
There were plenty of smiles outside of Convocation Hall before graduates headed in to receive their degrees.
Graduates from U of T Mississauga strike a pose following their graduation ceremony.