Graduation Checks for all Undergraduate students will be done automatically.As you approach senior status, it is important that your academic records are complete and accurate. Your Degree Progress Report (DPR) will be used to determine your eligibility for graduation. Do not wait to submit any outstanding documents and/or petitions that may have an impact on your degree progress. Your DPR will be reviewed by your Transfer & Graduation Advisor (TGA) shortly after you reach senior standing. Once your DPR is reviewed, it becomes your Graduation Check and will reflect your remaining degree requirements as of that point in time. You can help ensure that your Graduation Check is accurate by doing the following:
Complete your Academic Records
Provide the Registrar’s Office information or documents pertaining to your graduation requirements as soon as possible. Missing information or documents will affect the accuracy of your Graduation Check and may delay your graduation.
- Course Substitution Petition(s)
- Request to add or drop a Minor
- Grade Forgiveness Through Course Repetition
- Transcripts from other institutions attended to your Transfer & Graduation Advisor
- AP/IB Test Scores
- Approved Career Emphasis/Tracks/Electives (varies by major)
Review your Degree Progress Report and take note of your remaining graduation requirements as soon as you receive an email notification that your Graduation Check has been processed.
Graduate Contracts must be on file in the Registrar's Office to process Graduation Checks.
Students in all graduate programs (except Masters of Arts in Education) do not have to complete a Request for Graduation Check form. In lieu of having a graduation check, students in these programs will be able to access their Degree Progress Report. Once the approved Program of Study "Contract" has been received in the Registrar's Office from the Graduate Studies Office it will be reviewed by a Transfer and Graduation Advisor and noted on the DPR as the graduation check.