Prior to completing a Graduation Application, students should consult with their academic advisors, check their Degree Audits, and reference the appropriate Academic Catalog to make sure all graduation requirements will be met prior to the graduation date.
Graduation applications are generally available beginning the 5th week of the current term (not the graduation term) through Friday of the 4th week of the graduation term.
Note: If you missed the deadline to apply online, but believe you are eligible to graduate during the current term of graduation, you will need to contact your academic advisor to obtain approval for your request and to ask that they then submit an email directly to email@example.com on your behalf to request that you be added to the prospective graduation list as a late applicant. When you contact your department, you must provide them with the following information to forward to our office so that your graduation application can be created manually:
To make any changes to the information on your graduation application, or to cancel your application, you must contact the Office of the Registrar or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please include the following information:
If you are changing your Diploma Name, be sure all spelling, punctuation, and capitalization is correct; this is exactly how your name will appear on your diploma.
For Commencement information, please refer to the Commencement website.
STEP 1: You must declare any majors/minors/certificates prior to being allowed to apply for graduation in that program. If you need to declare a major/minor/certificate and or change your major/minor/certificate, see: Declaring or changing a major or certificate program prior to submitting your request to apply for graduation.
STEP 2: Apply to Graduate! See Instructions Below.
Students must contact the Certificate Program Advisor to initiate a declaration of certificate (at any level). This Advisor will initiate the electronic form and then it is passed to the student for acknowledgment.
Please note that the Registrar's office only awards certificates to the official record. If a printed certificate is offered, it will be provided to you at the discretion of the Department offering the certificate program. I would recommend that you reach out to your program to inquire about obtaining printed certificates.
Candidates for Doctoral Degrees should complete and submit the paper Doctoral Application for Graduation (paper form ONLY; not available online) to the Ed.D/Ed.S Program Office Office in the College of Professional Studies by the appropriate deadline.
Doctoral graduation applications are available in the Office of the Registrar, Bldg. 18, Pensacola Campus or by emailing email@example.com. Applications are also available in the Ed.D/Ed.S Program Office, Bldg 86, Rm 123, Pensacola Campus.
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