NAIT's coat of arms explained

Symbolic identifier plays special role during events such as Convocation

NAIT’s coat of arms is the insignia that marks certificates, diplomas and degrees earned by graduates. It was introduced in 2007 as a painting by Joseph Cross, an artist based in Cranbrook, B.C., who also produced several of the portraits of past NAIT presidents.

Each component of the coat of arms is symbolic. Click on the grad caps below to find out how.

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