Never stop learning - ACU urges graduates

Graduation ceremonies have begun at ACU campuses across Australia.

Autumn graduations have kicked off for thousands Australian Catholic University students from the Faculties of Health Sciences, Education and Arts, Law and Business, and Theology and Philosophy around the country.

Freshly qualified to work as teachers, nurses, paramedics, social workers, lawyers, entrepreneurs and more they will receive an undergraduate degree and several higher degrees will also be awarded.

Graduation ceremonies play an important role in celebrating the hard work and achievements of so many of the students with the people who matter to them most.

Completing a degree is an important milestone and an achievement that will stay with students throughout their life and career.

The ceremonies also allow us to confer our highest honour, Doctor of the University, on distinguished members of the community including The Hon. Sir Gerard Brennan and outgoing Pro-Chancellor Ted Exell.

We urge all our graduates to never stop learning and to find where they can make the biggest impact and be brave in working to achieve it.

The ACU Ballarat Graduation Ceremony was held on 8 April.


28 April
National Convention Centre Canberra

4 - 5 May
Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre

23 – 25 May
The Grand Pavillion, Rosehill Gardens

29 – 31 May
Plenary, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre


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