2019-2020 Catalog

Graduation Review

Prior to a student's final graduation review, graduating seniors are strongly encouraged to periodically review their program evaluation.  Graduating seniors with an "In Progress" status on their program evaluation may indicate a potential issue with outstanding requirements.  Students should contact their academic advisor for a possible resolution to their academic requirement issues.

At the end of the student’s final semester, when all final grades are processed, a graduation evaluation for each student who applied for graduation will be done. The graduation evaluation is the official graduation degree audit. This audit supersedes other offices or staff who assisted in mapping the student’s degree program.  The student will be notified if cleared for degree conferral. Students who have outstanding requirements are considered ineligible for graduation and will be deferred to the next degree conferral date in that academic year. If the requirements have not been completed after a semester, the student will need to re-apply for graduation and may need to file a re-admit application.


(See the section in this catalog on “Re-admitted students” for more information.)