Commencement Ceremony Information
The college holds a commencement ceremony in May for students who are graduating in May and who have graduated in the previous August and December terms. Please check the Commencement website for information about the ceremony, caps and gowns, and commencement activities.
Application for Graduation (Intent to Graduate)
Students are required to submit the Application for Graduation by the published deadlines:
- December – February 1
- May – September 1
- August – September 1
Click here for a link to the Application for Graduation.
Important Deadlines for May Graduates
Application for Graduation
Submission of Convocations/Cultural Events
Submission of Substitutions/Exceptions
Receipt of Transcripts for Off-Campus Courses
noon Monday, before graduation on Saturday
|Important Deadlines for August Graduates|
|Application for Graduation||September 1|
|Submission of Convocations/Cultural Events||September 1|
|Petition to Participate in the May Commencement Ceremony||March 15|
|Submission of Substitutions/Exceptions||June 1|
|Receipt of Transcripts for Off-Campus Courses||
|Important Deadlines for December Graduates|
|Application for Graduation||February 1|
|Submission of Convocations/Cultural Events||February 1|
|Submission of Substitutions/Exceptions||October 1|
|Receipt of Transcripts for Off-Campus Courses||December 31|
Program Evaluation (Degree Audit)
The Program Evaluation is the tool used by students and advisors to see the student’s progress toward degree requirements and is available in WebAdvisor. Students can access their Program Evaluation throughout their enrollment at Meredith College and are encouraged to check it routinely. Please click here for more information on how to access and to read the Program Evaluation.
Ultimate responsibility for fulfilling graduation requirements rests with the student. Students should contact their advisor if there are questions about the Program Evaluation. If there are unresolved questions following a discussion with their advisor, please contact the Office of the Registrar (760-8593 or email@example.com).
A $100 graduation fee will be charged to the student’s account upon submission of the Application for Graduation. Payment of this fee and any outstanding account balance is required to release the student’s diploma and transcript, and to participate in the commencement exercise.
Checklist for Graduating Students
- Submit Application For Graduation
- Pay $100 graduation fee (and any other outstanding account balance).
- Review Program Evaluation with advisor. After registration for the last semester, review updated Program Evaluation (The text will state ‘Anticipated complete’).
- Submit final program substitutions
- Submit Academic/Cultural Events