Membership of Brescia’s Honour Society is awarded to graduating students who have contributed to the University or the London community in a noteworthy way. Students must have high academic standing, have been involved in the University (events, clubs, council’s, etc.) and played an active role in maintaining Brescia’s empowering spirit. This historic society dates back to 1951 and has 292 members to date.
Each year, the Brescia University College Alumnae Association invites local alumnae back to campus to join our graduating class as we celebrate their last days as a Brescia student. For alumnae, it is a time to reconnect with campus and our students. For our soon-to-be graduates, it is a time to meet local alumnae, get sized for your alumnae ring and vote for the Grad Class Speaker.
This honourable role is selected by the speaker’s fellow classmates, where they will represent the graduating class during the Baccalaureate Ceremony. During the ceremony the Grad Class Speaker will make a formal speech to their fellow graduates, family and friends speaking to their student experience at Brescia.