Applying for Graduation
- Plan Ahead – The deadlines for submitting a graduation application can be found on the Registrar’s Applying for Graduation page. If you miss the submission deadline, then your graduation may be delayed until the next available term.
- Consult With Your Advisor – You must consult with your academic advisor before you submit a graduation application. Your academic advisor will update your degree plan and review your remaining degree and graduation requirements. You will need an updated copy of your degree plan, including current (and any planned) enrollment, to complete the application process. Your application will be approved or denied based upon whether or not the course enrollment(s) you identify on your application could enable you to complete your remaining degree and graduation requirements successfully in the term you intend to graduate.
- Get Your Credit Card – There is a $50.00 fee to submit a graduation application. If your application is denied, or if you do not complete your degree and graduation requirements successfully in the term you intended to graduate, then you must submit another application and pay an additional $50.00 fee.
- Apply Online – Visit the Registrar’s Applying for Graduation page and follow the instructions provided there. If you have questions or concerns regarding the online application process, please contact the Registrar’s office.
- Check Your GatorMail – Successful submission of the graduation application does not necessarily mean you have been approved as a graduation candidate. Your submission will be forwarded to your academic college for review. Your academic advisor or someone in your degree program office will contact you via GatorMail upon receipt of your application and again regarding the status of your application.
If you have questions or concerns, please direct them to your academic advising office.
BAAS – Applied Administration, S-403, (713) 223-7992
BS – Interdisciplinary Studies, S-601, (713) 221-8002
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Last updated or reviewed on 11/11/13