Following strict COVID-19 directives, Pacific Adventist University (PAU) was one of the few institutions in Papua New Guinea authorised to hold a graduation ceremony for
Despite a tumultuous academic year, Fulton Adventist College held its graduation on November 21 and saw 163 students celebrate the completion of their tertiary studies.
A special day of celebration was held at Operation Food For Life’s Kivori Learning Centre.
Following two tumultuous academic years impacted by COVID-19 and border closures, the graduation was a celebration of both academic achievement and spiritual growth.
Following a tumultuous academic year, the graduation was a celebration of both academic achievement and spiritual growth.
Presenting eight ceremonies over two days, each ceremony featured no more than 40 graduands grouped by course.
According to a study by an Avondale PhD graduate, attitude and environment may be stronger predictors of success at university than grades.
“Courage to be brave” was the graduating class motto.
Orrani Fatnowna, whose connection with Avondale now spans five generations, joined 242 of her classmates as a graduate of the university college on Sunday (December 8).
There were celebrations aplenty as 139 students graduated at this year’s ceremony.