Students from Dundee and Angus College will be celebrated on Thursday in a glittering graduation ceremony at the Caird Hall.
More than 500 students will attend the bash to collect their hard-earned qualifications.
Students who successfully completed Higher National programmes to receive HNC or HND, BA degree, SVQ, VTCT and PDA awards, will be joined by 1,500 family members to celebrate their achievements.
Around 1,600 students were invited to attend the ceremony.
The college offers a variety of courses, in areas such as engineering, admin and childcare.
A motivational address will be given by Deputy First Minister John Swinney.
Mr Swinney has also served as Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills since 2016.
At the ceremony, the first Fellowship of Dundee and Angus College will be bestowed on Dr Jim McClellan, Dean of Liberal Arts at Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) in Alexandria, Virginia.
The accolade celebrates the academic partnership between Dundee and Alexandria, which has been running for nine years.
Dr McClellan has been a driving force for the link, which has created many opportunities for staff and students of both colleges and enabled them to broaden their horizons.
The ceremony kicks off at 2.30pm at the Caird Hall, and graduates will be led out into City Square after the event by piper, Rich Gordon.