Academic Policies 2020-2021

Graduation Application

Students should complete a graduation application during the first semester of their senior year or after completing 80 credit hours toward graduation. The graduation application is not available online. Students should obtain the application from their assigned professional advisor in the Henderson Advising Center. The professional advisor will explain the process and evaluate whether the student has completed Liberal Arts Core requirements. The student will then take the application to his/her faculty advisor and major/minor department chair, after which the application will be submitted to the Registrar’s Office.

The Registrar’s Office will email the student ( the final results of the application review process. Students will print the application with the Registrar’s signature and present it to the campus bookstore to arrange for a cap and gown. The $50 dollar graduation fee will automatically be posted to the student account after the application is approved by the Registrar.

Note: Deadlines for graduation applications will be announced to the campus each academic session. Failure to submit an application by the deadline will result in an additional $25 charge for graduation. During semesters impacted by COVID-19 alternative information concerning graduation application procedures will be available from the Registrar's webpage.