Congratulations to the class of June 2024!

Celebrate your achievements and graduation at 1 of 8 convocation ceremonies held by Simon Fraser University at its Burnaby campus this June. Each ceremony will be broadcast live so graduands, family, friends, and the university community who are unable to attend in-person can participate. 

Links to watch the ceremonies on YouTube will be published on Monday, June 10.

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There are some important steps you need to take after you receive your official senate letter by email and before you can attend your convocation ceremony.

Confirm your attendance and reserve your regalia
Ensure you've completed your graduation checklist, including confirming your attendance and renting regalia by June 9.



Know what to do on your convocation day
After you've confirmed your attendance on goSFU and rented your regalia through Gaspard, learn how to plan for your day so you can make the most of your convocation.


Can't attend?
Learn what to do if you're unable to attend your convocation ceremony.


Graduands may invite up to a maximum of 4 guests to attend in-person. Due to limited seating and venue capacity constraints, we cannot accommodate more than four guests per graduand. Tickets are not required.

Convocation Mall will open to guests 1 hour before each ceremony (8:45 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.). 

Guests unable to attend in-person can watch the live broadcast through YouTube on the convocation homepage. Ceremony recordings are available afterwards to watch on demand.

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SFU respectfully acknowledges that convocation is hosted on the traditional, unceded and continually occupied territories of the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish), səl̓ilw̓ətaʔɬ (Tsleil-Waututh), kʷikʷəƛ̓əm (Kwikwetlem) and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) peoples. There is a great amount of work to be done towards reconciliation and systemic decolonization within the university. We are committed to educating ourselves and others, respectfully including Indigenous practices, protocols and ceremony into convocation, and continuing to build meaningful relationships with Indigenous peoples across these lands.

June 2024 honorary degree recipients

At the June 2024 convocation ceremonies, SFU will be conferring honorary degrees to distinguished individuals in recognition of their scholarly, scientific or artistic achievement, or in recognition of exceptional contribution to the public good. 

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Build our social media wall using #MySFUGrad

Share your graduation experiences on social media or send your best wishes and showcase your celebratory cheers to other graduands! Show your SFU spirit by using #MySFUGrad and build our Convocation June 2024 social media wall below!