Celebrating our Golden Grads
Congratulations to the Golden Grads Class of 2021!
It has been 50 years since you graduated from the University of Saskatchewan in 1971 which earns you the title of University of Saskatchewan Golden Grad! Congratulations on reaching this special milestone.
It probably seems like yesterday you received your degree. Your life has taken you many places since you left campus, but we hope your memories of the University of Saskatchewan are just as vivid as they were all those years ago. This is a special time to honour you and all you’ve accomplished. Alumni, like you, have shaped our communities, our country and our world. We couldn’t be more proud to call you one of our 164,000 alumni.
On Nov. 10, 2021, USask’s Fall Convocation Day, we are pleased to celebrate our Golden Grads along with the Class of 2021. Golden grads will be celebrated virtually here, on our website, and our alumni social media channels - Facebook and Instagram - with a special video message from USask Chancellor Grit McCreath (BEd'91), a memory wall of stories and photos, and an honour roll of this year’s Golden Grad honourees. In honour of this milestone, we invite you to register below to receive your free commemorative pin and parchment.
Golden Grads Celebration
Wednesday, November 10, 2021
Don’t delay! Register by Oct. 18, 2021 to receive your package by our celebration date.
Take a trip down memory lane...
Take a trip down memory lane with your peers by sharing a story, memory, tradition or photo of your time at USask.
Your submission can be made to Kayla Goshulak at email@example.com for a chance to be featured on our webpage and/or social media channels.
Leave a legacy
The gift of a lifetime - your legacy can be our future
Planning a gift in your Will to support the University of Saskatchewan and our students is one way for you to ensure that our university continues to grow today and for future generations. Perhaps you know how important scholarships and bursaries are to students (especially in a year like this one!) or you want to provide additional opportunities to students as they pursue their educational goals.