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Postponement of Spring Graduation Ceremonies

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Postponement of Spring Graduation Ceremonies

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Due to the Government’s precautionary warnings around the Coronavirus (COVID-19), St Mary’s University has decided to postpone its Spring Graduation ceremonies, which were originally scheduled for the 27th and 28th March.

We will reschedule the event for later in the year to ensure that we can congratulate all of our graduates with the level of ceremony and celebrations they deserve.

Interim Vice-Chancellor Dave Hartnett comments, “After careful consideration, we believe this to be the best decision for our students and their guests. While we understand there will be disappointment at the news of a postponement, the health and safety of our students and their friends and family is of the utmost importance to us. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and hope that everyone will still join us for the ceremony later this year.”

Other events due to take place on campus will be monitored but at the present time they will take place as they don’t involve the same scale or distance of travel associated with the Graduation ceremony.

Further information for students due to graduate in the Spring Graduation ceremonies is available on SIMMSpace.  

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