A venue for Graduation
04 May 2018 | Campus News | Charlie Ann St. Cyr
The venue for University’s Eighty-Fifth Graduation Exercises has been announced. Graduating students from USC’s five schools will walk the stage of the soon-to-be-completed USC Auditorium to receive their diplomas. The events, set for June 29 - July 1, 2018, will see an approximate total of 550 participating.
For the first time in six years, USC will host a graduation ceremony on its campus. In 2012, an unfortunate fire destroyed the University’s auditorium only two weeks before the event was set to be held.
University President, Dr. Hilary Bowman and his administration have pledged their commitment to the completion of the building in time for the Graduation exercises.
On campus, sounds of men hard at work at an active construction site all signal that work is well underway. The building, upon completion will be able to seat 1700 individuals. It will also feature all the modern amenities of an auditorium.
It's erection will also open opportunities for hosting events such as concerts, conferences, graduation services among others.
Beginning August 27, 2018 also is the construction of the USC Church and Mission Centre. The long awaited building will become a reality through the contributions of members from the Seventh-day Adventist World Church, and through contributions made by stewards and friends from across the region and world.
The work is not yet completed and we still need the support of friends but we are confident that God will complete what he has started at this noble institution.