University staff across the country are today taking part in a one day strike against pay.
Unions have claimed that some classes due to take place today will be cancelled as members of UNISON, Unite and the University and College union take strike action.
However Glyndwr University have confirmed that they would not be taking part in the strike action today.
A spokesperson from said: “Glyndwr University would like to thank all our employees including members of UCU and Unison for their approach to this national dispute and for recognising the impact a strike would have on our students and their guests during Graduation.
“The unions worked hard to ensure the Graduation ceremonies and student lectures are not disrupted and we appreciate this.”
Speaking at this morning’s graduation ceremony at Glyndwr, Professor Michael Scott has expressed his thanks to trade unions for ensuring that there has not been any disruption to graduation ceremonies.
Professor Michael Scott, Vice-Chancellor of Glyndwr University, said: “I’d like to thank the trade unions for their recognition of today and the importance of graduation for students and their families. This is a university in which we value community values and respect for each other and I think that is shown by their decision to allow today to run smoothly.”