More than 2,100 students will graduate from ANU at the mid-year award conferral ceremonies this week.
More than 1,270 will take part in the graduation ceremonies at Llewellyn Hall from Wednesday, while a further 834 students will graduate in absentia.
"This is a wonderful time of year on campus," said Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Young AO.
"There is nothing more rewarding for the University community than seeing our graduates and their families celebrating graduations.
"On behalf of the University, I congratulate the new graduates for their achievements.
"I wish each of our newest alumni the very best for their next adventure, and assure each of them they are always welcome at their alma mater."
ANU will also confer an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Letters on eminent social anthropologist Dame Marilyn Strathern on Thursday 16 July.
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