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Declaration of Candidacy for Graduation

College Policy - Students are required to apply to graduate through Arches at least one term before the term of graduation. However, students may be restricted from registration prior to this date for failure to apply for graduation.

Specific Guidelines:

This is the list of students who have completed an application to graduate during the 2014 - 2015 academic year: Graduation Candidates

1. If your name is not listed, you must apply online through Arches. Applications may be submitted up to three terms (including Summer Term) prior to the intended term of graduation, but not later than one erm prior to the date of graduation. Seniors who have not applied to graduate will have their accounts restricted starting in fall term to assure they are aware of their outstanding degree requirements. See the Academic Calendar for these dartes and Arches for the application. (

2. Students should check the Program Evaluation now to see that they are on track with all degree requirements. Students may not declare majors or minors during the final term of enrollment. (Note: AAUN and BUAD are not graduation majors.)

3. If you intend to graduate fall or winter term 2014-15, or summer 2015 of fall 2015 you may be recognized at the Annual Convocation in May. The following guidelines for participation in the Convocation apply:

  • You must apply for graduation and your intention to participate in the Annual Convocation by Thursday, February 19, 2015.
  • You will be restricted from registration prior to the date above without proper communciation with the Office of the Registrar
  • You must have earned a minimum of 91 credts through Winter Term 2014 - 2015.
  • You must have declared an eligible graduation major (AAUN and all advising-only majors do not qualify.)

4. Students may not graduate with an incomplete "I" for a course that counts within the 123 credits required to graduate.

Note: The responsibility for understanding and meeting the degree requirements rests entirely with the student.