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Oct 24, 2023
The Prince Albert Campus of the First Nations University of Canada (FNUniv) hosted the largest graduating class in the school’s history with a Fall Graduation Ceremony at Plaza 88 on Saturday.
President Jacqueline Ottmann was proud to see so many graduates cross the stage.
“Having the biggest class of graduates that we’ve ever had is truly inspirational because these graduates are going to make an impact in our communities, not only within Indigenous communities, but everywhere within the province and beyond,” Ottmann said.
The university rotates graduations between the three campuses in Prince Albert, Regina and Saskatoon. Although a few graduates were missing, the majority were in attendance, with many travelling from Regina and Saskatoon for the festivities.
Prince Albert’s Nicole Gutka, who is Métis, attended the Prince Albert Campus and was chosen as Valedictorian for the Fall Class of 2023. Gutka was grateful for the selection.