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In order to graduate, students must submit an application to graduate regardless of whether or not you intend to participate in the convocation ceremony. The application will enable you to receive your parchment and have the official notation of graduation on your official transcript once your program requirements have been met.


Steps to apply to graduate:

  1. Log on to your online student record ( and select “Apply to Graduate” from the menu.   
  2. Complete the form (Make sure all the information is correct). 
  3. Submit the form. 
  4. Pay the fee ( A $51 Graduation & Alumni Fee will be assessed to your student record and is payable when you submit your application).

Once the Graduation & Alumni fee has been paid, your application is immediately available for your Degree Advisor or Chair/Coordinator to review.  If you have met all the requirements of your program, the application will be approved; if you have not met the requirements, your application will remain on hold until all requirements are met.

If you are using courses taken at another institution toward your program requirements, official transcripts from that other institution must be received by the Registration Centre before your application can be fully processed.

TRADES AND VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS: Students enrolled in entry-level Trades and Vocational programs will have their graduation application automatically submitted when they are enrolled in the program. You will be sent an email and asked to review your graduation application for completeness and to confirm your attendance at the convocation ceremony.

It may take up to eight weeks after the completion of your program for graduation to be confirmed and your parchment printed. Once your parchment is printed it will be delivered to you in the format requested on your graduation application. An email will be sent to you confirming your graduation. Congratulations!

Attending the convocation ceremony? Please visit the convocation webpage.