gra-jə-ˈwā-shən | noun
Official proof you can do hard things
You're Almost There
The hardest part about graduating: The day-to-day grind of homework, tests, group projects, and research papers it takes to get there. The easiest part: Applying. To officially graduate and receive your diploma, you must be eligible and complete the graduation application. If you want to walk, review the commencement ceremony details after you have finished applying for graduation.Start Application View Existing Applications
If you are unsure, view your profile and select Hours & GPA tab.
View your profile to see which program you are officially admitted into. If you want to graduate with an associate degree, you must be in an Eligible Associate Program. Talk to your advisor if you have questions.
To apply you must have at least 9 for certificates, 45 for associate degrees, and 75 for bachelor's degrees (12 for 2nd bachelor's). If you are unsure, view your profile and select Hours & GPA tab.
If you do not currently have at least a 2.0 GPA, you cannot apply for graduation right now. You should meet with your academic advisor and create a plan for the coming semesters to stay on track to graduate.
If you are admitted in an incorrect program or an ineligbile program, contact your academic advisor.
You cannot apply until you have earned the required number of credits. If you think there is an error on your transcript, contact your academic advisor.
Based on your answers, you can start right now.
We recommend all undergraduate students meet with their advisor and graduate students meet with their graduate program coordinator (GPC) to plan out remaining courses and graduation requirements. If you are ready to apply, start by entering your A-Number below.
You must complete the Graduating Survey at: http://www.usu.edu/aaa/gss/landing.cfm before continuing to the next step.
After you complete the survey retype your A-Number above to continue.
Thank you for completing the Graduating Student survey! Click the button to access the application for graduation: