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Spring 2021 Convocation

Congratulations to McMaster Engineering's Class of 2021! Read a letter from the Dean, share and view congratulatory messages, get advice from your peers and learn how to attend the virtual convocation ceremony!

A Letter from the Dean to the Class of 2021

"Know that you can change the world, definitely the part that surrounds you. Leave whatever you touch better and more interesting than what you first found.

Together, reflect on all this with your family, friends and community."

-Ishwar K. Puri, Dean of Engineering, McMaster University 


Virtual Convocation


The Faculty's Virtual Convocation is happening on June 18 at 10 AM! 

Leading up to this important date, we encourage you to share your well wishes and show your support to the Class of 2021 on the Faculty's Kudoboard!

Graduating Students: upload a video answering the following question(s): 

  • What are you most proud of?  

  • What will you miss most about McMaster?  

Faculty & Staff: submit a brief message of congratulations and answer the following question(s):

  • What makes a Mac grad?

  • What advice do you have for the graduating class?

Family and Friends – share a congratulatory video/message to the special graduate in your life.


Meet The Grads

Keep an eye out as these 2021 Graduates take over our Instagram page (@mcmastereng) to share their experiences and answer your questions! You can also read about their Mac Eng experiences and what's next for them in our Q&A below.

After I graduate, I’m headed to Texas to work at SpaceX. I’ll be building the rocket that recently won the NASA Lunar Landing contract, and will eventually take the first humans to Mars

-Fuad Ali, Electrical and Biomedical Engineering best experience at McMaster is the combination of all of these amazing experiences. When I look back on my time, I don’t see one moment that sticks out, but a large mosaic full of wonderful moments.

-Erin Puersten, Mechatronics Engineering

Find the above stories and more in the Fireball Diaries, a lasting collection of student experiences.

Four Mac Eng alumni share advice and experiences


Messages of Congratulations from the Faculty