We first and foremost wish to congratulate you on this immense achievement – graduating from one of the top universities in the country is certainly no small feat. Your contributions to the Mount Allison community, both academic and extra-curricular will be remembered and cherished for years to come. As members of the Mount Allison Students’ Union during your time at Mount Allison, we would like to extend our sincerest thanks for your support and contribution to the betterment of students’ lives at our university.

It has been our utmost pleasure to serve you, your interests and to provide you with the best services that we can in the interest of improving your experience at Mount Allison. Without your support, our union would not be possible and the goals we strive to achieve would remain unfulfilled.

As you leave our school and venture into your lives beyond the walls of this institution, we wish you the best of luck and success in all of your future endeavors. We take great pride in the accomplishments of our student body, both as current students and as alumni. Your achievements within and without our university have made not only the university proud, but have also made your fellow students proud to be Mounties.

Our graduates have gone on to achieve great things; from being in the top of their fields in research, to enjoying successful careers and most of all going on to enjoy fulfilling lives beyond the worlds of academia and business. Our alumni set examples and act as role models not only for students at this school, but also help us to learn how to better serve students as the Mount Allison Students’ Union. Their work in bettering student lives will continue on for years to come, and for that, we owe them our greatest thanks.

To the graduating class of 2013 – thank you and good luck, we know that you will all go on to achieve great things, and as clichéd as it may be, the sky truly is the limit.

Sincerely,

Melissa O’Rourke

President

Mount Allison Student’s Union

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