Congratulations to Trinity College Class of 2024

Posted: June 07, 2024

Congratulations to Trinity College’s Arts & Science Class of 2024. We are so proud of you! We look forward to celebrating with you and your families and welcoming you to the Trinity alumni community.


At the Graduation Awards Ceremony on Thursday, June 20, we will honour Trinity College graduands and Trinity College program graduands for their outstanding achievements. Award recipients have been sent invitation to join the ceremony and reception. We look forward to celebrating with you and your families at the College on June 20!

We look forward to celebrating with Trinity graduands on Friday, June 21 at 10 am at Convocation Hall.

The College is also thrilled that our Chancellor Brian Lawson and Joannah Lawson will receive their honorary degree from U of T at Trinity’s Convocation ceremony.

Important Resources for Graduands, including your Graduation Checklist, about the Ceremony, Gowns & Hoods, and Frequently Asked Questions. >> U of T Convocation Hub

Live Broadcast (YouTube): you can also view Trinity’s Convocation ceremony on June 21, 2024, starting at 10 am ET.



Following the Convocation ceremony, Provost Mayo Moran invites all graduates and their guests to join in a celebration reception: Friday, June 21 at 12 pm (approximate start time). Please RSVP for the reception by June 18, 2024. Congratulations to our graduates, and we look forward to seeing you on the June 21!

Information about College reception photography and alternative ceremony viewing venue

College Photography: Please note that as you arrive at Trinity for the reception, our professional photographer will be stationed at the front of the college to take complimentary photographs of graduates and their guests. Please take a few minutes to stop by for a free photo!

Ceremony Webcast: Do you have family and friends who don’t have tickets to attend the ceremony in-person in Convocation Hall, but who would like to join you on campus and attend the reception? An alternative viewing venue is available directly south of Convocation Hall in the Sanford Fleming Building, Room 1101. This room is fully accessible and will broadcast the livestream.



The Ethics, Society & Law (ES&L) Program Office will be organizing an online celebration event for all graduating students of the ES&L program. The event will take place on Tuesday, June 18, 2024 from 6 pm to 7:30 pm. This is a great opportunity for you to connect with fellow alumni members, students, and faculty members of the ES&L Program. We look forward to seeing you there! Please fill out the form below to register for this event.




View List of Trinity College Graduates from the Class of 2024

List of Graduates will be posted following Convocation on June 21, 2024

View List of Trinity College Graduation Award 2024 Winners

List of Graduation Award winner will be posted following the ceremony on June 20, 2024

View List of Trinity College's U of T Student Leadership Award Winners 2024

This year, 12 Trinity College graduands received the University of Toronto Student Leadership Awards, which recognize graduating students for outstanding student leadership, volunteer service, and commitment to the university broadly, to their own division, or for contributions in both areas. Congratulations to all our 2024 UTSLA recipients, including four Trinity alumni!

Trinity’s 2024 UTSLA winners share what contribution of which they are most proud. (Supplied photos)

Mogtaba Alim Mogtaba Awad Alim: Mogtaba was honored to become U of T’s first Black President of the CS Student Union. Inspiring and empowering minority students, and demonstrating the rewards of perseverance was a dream realized.
Catherine Chi Catherine Chi: The Immunology Students’ Association Welcome Back Lunch in which over 100+ students and 8 faculty members attended. The event connected undergraduate students with their professors and faculty members.
Taylan Gurpinar Taylan Gurpinar: Taylan has orchestrated a welcoming and supportive environment as an Orientation Executive at Trinity College in 2021-2023, fostering an inclusive community and aiding new students in becoming active community members.
Nisha Iqbal Nisha Iqbal: As Charitable Indulgence’s Co-President, she transformed this self-funded club by securing local baker partnerships, raising $9000+ for Gaza aid and building a Pakistan community well for 1000 people.
Alexander Lawson Alexander Lawson: Alexander has spent three years in student government working to engage his fellow students in the governance process and strive for a more close knit community at Trinity College.
Anusha Madhusudanan Anusha Madhusudanan: Anusha exemplifies exceptional leadership by dedicating herself to advancing accessibility and equity through impactful advocacy campaigns and establishing academic resources that empower students.
Ciara McGarry Ciara Rose McGarry: Ciara McGarry served as the President of the Association of Political Science Students from 2022 to 2023. As President, Ciara organized social, academic, and career-related events and initiatives for the entire political science student body.
Alex McLean Alex McLean: Alex sought to cultivate a spirit of collective care in their everyday interactions with students, strengthening community connections through inclusive practices.
Richard Shuai Ruichen (Richard) Shuai: Richard Shuai has been Co-President and Marketing Chief at the University of Toronto Machine Intelligence Student Team, the 2022-23 Trinity College’s Student Food Ambassador, and a student governor on the Arts & Science Council and the Trinity College Meeting.
Tam Tran Tam Tran: Tam listens to student experiences and is dedicated to serving under-privileged and vulnerable populations in her local community, through uplifting, training and collaborating with peers.
Jessie Wu Jessie Wu: As the President of the World University Service of Canada, Trinity Chapter, Jessie reduced financial barriers to education by increasing access to funding for Student Refugee Program students.
Sabrina Zhu Sabrina Zhu: Sabrina is most proud of improving access to career/professional development opportunities for marginalized students and amplifying these students’ narratives through, for example, her roles at WISE UofT.


Daniel Corredor Llorente Building a better world: Three Pearson Scholars, including Trinity’s Daniel Corredor Llorente (centre) – and soon-to-be grads – reflect on their U of T experience.
Audrey Tam Adjusting, adapting and taking advice: Trinity graduand Audrey Tam.
Ketaki Sarin For Trinity graduand Ketaki Sarin, teaching is a path to deeper learning.
William Lloyd Congratulations to Trinity graduand William Lloydrecipient of a Finalist Award from the McCall MacBain Scholarship program!
Trinity's 2024 student UTSLA winners Find out what Trinity’s 12 University of Toronto Student Leadership Award winners are most proud of.