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Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I watch the recording of the Ceremonies?

You can view them on the Commencement website.

Where can I see the photos taken during the Ceremonies?

GradImages will mail and email proofs to students and let them know how and where to order.

When will I receive my diploma?

The Registrar’s Office forwards applicant names to the appropriate academic department for careful review and certification that all requirements have been met after final grades are posted.

  • Undergraduate students: Once all final grades have been posted, the department will review your degree requirements and send your degree certification to the Registrar’s Office for posting of your degree on your transcript. If the review determines you have not met your requirements, you will be notified by your academic department. Please note, per University policy degrees cannot be posted to transcript prior to conferral date.
  • Graduate students: Once all final grades have been posted, the department will review your degree requirements and send your degree certification to the Registrar’s Office. The paperwork will be sent to the Graduate Studies Office for review. When all relevant authorizations have been issued, the Registrar’s Office will post the degree on your transcript. If the review determines you have not met your requirements, you will be notified by your department. Please note, per University policy degrees cannot be posted to transcript prior to conferral date.
  • Law School students: Once all final grades have been posted, the law school will send the degree certification to the University Registrar’s Office. The Registrar’s Office will post the degree on the transcript. Please note, per University policy degrees cannot be posted to transcript prior to conferral date.

Diplomas are ordered after your degree is awarded and posted on your transcript. Your diploma will be mailed to your COIN permanent address. Please allow 8-10 weeks after semester final grades for processing and delivery. Important note: You should check your graduation status and transcript through COIN to verify your degree has been awarded. Also, all financial holds must be resolved before a diploma and/or official transcript can be released by the University.

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