CUT hosts a special graduation for both Bloemfontein and Welkom students
Special graduation ceremony held for both Bloemfontein and Welkom Campus graduates
On 21 October 2023, the Central University of Technology (CUT) welcomed students, families, and friends to a special graduation ceremony, a momentous occasion that celebrated the success and achievements of graduates. It was a day filled with pride, joy, and a sense of accomplishment as loved ones gathered to support the graduates and share the happiness of reaching the pinnacle of academic pursuits.
As the graduates filed into the venue, clad in traditional academic regalia, the air was filled with anticipation and excitement. The ceremony marked the culmination of years of dedication, hard work, and perseverance, and the smiles on the faces of the graduates and their loved ones were a testament to the significance of this moment.
Vice-Chancellor and Principal Prof. Pamela Dube delivered a heartfelt congratulatory address, highlighting the importance of the day and the fundamental values that CUT holds dear. She emphasised that the graduation ceremony served as a reminder of the university's core responsibilities of teaching, research, innovation, community engagement, and the vital role of shaping young minds into the leaders of tomorrow. “It is also about instilling a sense of responsibility to become responsive and responsible global citizens, ready to positively impact the world.”
Prof. Dube acknowledged the struggles and hardships many students had to overcome to reach this finishing line and expressed her admiration and respect for their determination. “This day is a momentous occasion, one of the most important in a person's life. It represents the culmination of a student's academic pursuits and the tangible outcome of three or four years of dedicated effort. For some, the journey may have been longer due to various setbacks, but these challenges make the achievement even more remarkable.”
Her words were not merely a farewell but an assurance to the graduates that their journey with CUT was far from over. “The university remains your intellectual home, where academic and professional development will continue to be supported. This commitment to ongoing success is a testament to the lasting bond between you and the institution.”
Uploaded: 24 October 2023
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