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The countdown is on to Bond’s 30th

In 30 days’ time on Wednesday 15th May, Bond will officially turn 30. To mark this auspicious occasion there is a jam-packed calendar of events on offer for everyone to take part in and celebrate.

Below are just a few highlights of the 30th Anniversary Program:

  • Raising of the 30th Anniversary Flag: Monday, 15 April
  • Grand Opening of the Health Sciences & Medicine Building: Monday, 13 May
  • Foundation Day: Wednesday, 15 May
  • Alumni Awards: Thursday, 16 May
  • Alumni Leaders Forum: Friday, 17 May
  • Bond University Heritage Trail Walk: Friday, 17 May
  • Family and Friends Festival: Friday, 17 May
  • Public Lectures: Saturday, 18 May
  • Rugby and AFL Home Games: Saturday, 18 May
  • 30th Anniversary Gala Ball: Saturday, 18 May

View the full program of events.

Be sure to follow Bond University on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn for flashbacks, fun facts, photos and updates on all the 30th Anniversary news and celebrations.

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