You must submit an Application to Graduate to determine if you are eligible to graduate. To be eligible to be considered for graduation with a certificate as prescribed by Senate, you must successfully complete all program requirements from the year in which you registered for the program, within your official time span.
Students eligible to graduate will be invited to attend Convocation (graduation ceremonies). Convocation is held in the spring and fall of each year.
Note: Applicants awaiting decisions on pending Challenge Credits, Course Exceptions (substitutions/directives), program transfers, or Transfer Credits should still apply to graduate. However, in order to qualify for graduation, all credits must be approved and posted on the student’s academic record prior to the final date to clear all outstanding academic graduation requirements.
Graduating in Absentia
Graduation award documents will be presented to students who attend their convocation ceremony. If you do not attend the ceremony, you may pick up your document on campus or arrange to have it couriered to you.
Please note that all outstanding fees owed to the University must be cleared in order to receive your award document (this applies whether you attend Convocation or you are graduating in absentia).
Graduation award documents are only kept on file for a period of one year from the date of your convocation ceremony. After that time, all remaining documents will be destroyed. If your document has been destroyed and you wish to receive a copy, you must request a document reissue.
For more information on how to apply for graduation, visit MyServiceHub Support.