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A candidate for graduation must file an application and completed graduation packet with the Registrar's Office (TSC 246).
To receive the graduation packet students must apply online prior to the semester of the student’s intended graduation date.
The application process must be completed and all fees paid in order to graduate.
(Note: the application is the first step in the process. The final step is submitting the completed graduation packet and paying the fee at that time.)
Approximately one month is needed to complete the entire graduation packet process. However, you should plan on 4-8 weeks to complete the entire graduation packet process.
The completed Graduation Packet and $10 fee must be turned into the Registrar's Office by the following dates to graduate in that term:
- Graduating Spring: completed packet and fee due by March 15th
- Graduating Summer: completed packet and fee due by July 15th
- Graduating Fall: completed packet and fee due by October 15th
Students who submit their completed graduation packet after the posted dates above will graduate the following semester.
Step 1: Apply for graduation online using the appropriate application below. If applying for an Associate of Science/Arts in General Studies or Associate of Applied Science in General Technology, skip steps 2-5.
Step 2: Unless specified differently on the application, return with picture ID to the Registrar’s Office on the specified date and pick up the graduation packet.
Step 3: Meet with your departmental advisor and college dean for review and signatures.
Step 4: Complete the Graduating Student Survey.
Step 5: Submit the graduation packet to the Registrar’s Office (Taggart Student Center 246) and pay the application fee.
Graduate Students must apply for graduation through the Graduate School.