Degree Application & Pick Up

A student who expects to graduate at the end of a semester must file, in person or by mail, an Application for Degree by the deadline posted each semester. Any student who does not graduate will be moved to the next graduation date within the same academic year. The student must refile in any subsequent semester in which graduation is anticipated.

Please complete an Application for Degree with the Registrar's Office by the end of the first month of your final semester.  In addition, to avoid any possible delays in obtaining your diploma, be sure to indicate the correct date of graduation on your application.

 

To download the Application for Degree:
    Click HERE for SAS
    Click HERE for SN
    Click HERE for SNR
   

Graduate students expecting to graduate must pick up their graduation packet in the division office, located in Chidwick Hall, Room 103 and subsequently attend an exit interview, bringing their completed graduation packet with them at that time. Please see the schedule for Exit Interview opportunities.

               
APPLICATION DEADLINES FOR DIPLOMA ORDER

 
August Candidates
(When coursework is completed during the summer semesters
Deadline Date: June 30

January Candidates
(When coursework is completed during the fall semester)
Deadline Date: September 30

May Candidates
(When coursework is completed during the spring semester
Deadline Date: January 31 

You must complete your application for degree as soon as possible. 

  

Note: To avoid any possible delays in obtaining your diploma, be sure to indicate the correct date of graduation on your application. Be advised that any changes requested after these dates will generate a processing fee. 

 

In addition, the Registrar's Office has established protocols for picking up your degree.  Graduates from the School of Arts and Sciences, School of Nursing (undergraduate and graduate  programs) and Graduate School may pick up their degree utilizing the following process. Graduates from the School of New Resources follow a slightly different process.