Undergraduate Graduation Audit Process
Students nearing completion of their undergraduate studies (90 earned units) should request an Undergraduate Graduation Application from their academic advisor. Completion of this form will initiate a process which includes: (1) a Graduation Audit, prepared by the Registrar’s Office; (2) a meeting with the Academic Advisor to review the audit; and (3) receiving information about Commencement, graduation activities and diploma ordering.
Graduate Graduation Audit Process
It is the student’s responsibility to file a Master’s Degree Graduation Application (available from the Registrar’s Office) no later than deadlines published in the Academic Calendar. May and August candidates should file by the previous October 1; December candidates should file their application for graduation by the previous March 1.
ATTENTION ALL GRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS PLANNING TO SATISFY ALL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS: Students need to stop by the Registrar’s Office and Pick up an Undergraduate or Graduate Application for Graduation. The Registrar’s Office is located in St. Mary’s Room 110.
December 2016 Graduates
$0.00 Graduation Fee prior to the first deadline for December 2016 Graduation (Before March 2)
$80.00 Graduation Fee after first deadline for December 2016 graduation (March 2 through May 2)
$160.00 Graduation Fee after second deadline for December 2016 graduation (May 3 through July 3)
$240.00 Graduation Fee after final deadline for December 2016 graduation (After July 3)
May and August 2017 Graduates
$0.00 Graduation Fee prior to first deadline for May 2017 Graduation (Before Oct 2)
$80.00 Graduation Fee after first deadline for May 2017 graduation (Oct 2 -December 15)
$160.00 Graduation Fee after second deadline for May 2017 (December 16 -February 15)
$240.00 Graduation Fee after final deadline for May 2017 Graduation (After February 16, Not eligible to participate in ceremonies)
No Exceptions Will Be Made.