Congratulations to our newest graduates

We acknowledge with respect the Lekwungen peoples on whose traditional territory the university stands and the Songhees, Esquimalt and WSÁNEĆ peoples whose historical relationships with the land continue to this day.

Virtual graduation experience

Graduation may look different this year, but UVic is proud of the resilience you have shown in these ever-changing times. To mark this occasion, the university has created a virtual graduation experience, where you can join in celebration of your great achievement. Below you'll find a congratulatory video with a message from Acting Dean Annalee Lepp!

Wherever your journey leads you, be courageous, be strong, keep in touch with your passions, work for social justice. The world really needs you right now, and you are the future.” - Acting Dean Annalee Lepp

Meet fellow grads

Everyone has a story. Here are two from fellow Humanities graduates:

Simone Blais

 What I would love to see is an increase in access for marginalized people
to really good quality health care.
Simone Blais, BA in Gender Studies and minor in Indigenous Studies

Read the full story about Blais in The Ring.

Pamela Fraser

I have a strong passion for the French language.
Pamela Fraser, MA in French

Read the full story about Fraser in The Ring.

Share your #UVicGrad moment!

We want to share your #uvicgrad and #UVicHumsGrad photos on social media.

Tag us so we can celebrate with you!

 Sage Lacerte

Sage Lacerte (BA, Gender Studies)


Video messages from departments

Faculty members from the departments of History, Linguistics and Gender Studies have created celebratory messages to share with you. Have a look!