On June 9, Champlain Saint-Lambert celebrated the graduating students from Day Division with a series of four ceremonies held throughout the day.
Awards were given out to highlight the highest academic achievements of the class as well as excellence in community engagement, commitment to athletics, creativity and social justice.
Ojasvi Sharma was given the Academic Medal of the Governor General of Canada and the Champlain Regional College Board of Governors Merit Award.
He was also the recipient of the Physics Prize, the Prix D’Excellence en Français, the Robert Lemay Humanities Award and the Chemistry Prize.
Celeste Trianon was given the Champlain College Saint-Lambert Governing Board Award for having the second highest average in the graduating class.
She also won the Champlain College Teachers Association Award, the Social Science Program Prize for the Commerce Option and received two Millenium Certificates of Merit for studies in Democracy and Social Movements and for Gender Studies.
We are so proud of our graduates!
At the 2022 Convocation ceremony, three lucky Champlain Saint-Lambert students were each awarded a $1,000 bursary thanks to a new partnership with Télévision Rive-Sud (TVRS).
The new TVRS bursaries recognize students who achieve academically in the fields of Digital Arts and New Media, Film and New Media and Language and Culture.
At the graduation ceremony, TVRS Director General Sylvain Casavant and TVRS Board Member Bernard Côté were on hand to give out the awards.
The winners are as follows:
Digital Arts and New Media – Marie-Claire Beauchesne
Film and New Media – Kaila Warten
Language and Culture – Lyssia Meriane
Champlain Saint-Lambert is proud to partner with TVRS to encourage our students entering fields related to media and culture. Congrats to the winners!
Find photos of the 2022 graduation ceremony here.