Are you ready to graduate?
Follow these 7 steps as you work towards your completion goals:
- Plan Your Graduation Target Date
- Complete Your Coursework Requirements
- Apply For Graduation
- Receive Confirmation
- Attend Commencement
- Has My Degree Been Awarded?
- Receive your Diploma or Certificate
1. Graduation target dates:
|If you plan to graduate in:||Priority Deadline:||
Applications will not be accepted after:
|May (Spring semester)||January 12th||May 14th|
|June (Concurrent/Early Enrollment)||January 12th||July 15th|
|August (Summer semester)||March 15th (students that apply for graduation after this date will not appear in the commencement program)||August 10th|
|December (Fall semester)||July 1st||December 18th|
To be eligible for graduation, all associate & certificate students must:
- Fulfill all program and credit hour requirements as outlined in the college catalog
- Earn a grade point average of at least 2.0 (Please see President's and Dean's List for more information)
- Complete at least 25% of required program credits at SLCC
Please contact Academic Advising if you have questions about completion of program requirements at (801) 957-4978.
Concurrent and Early Enrollment Students fill out a paper application:
If you are a high school student planning to graduate from SLCC (this group includes students seeking the New Century Scholarship), you will need to submit the Graduation Application request. Please do not apply for graduation through your MyPage account if you are a current high school student.
For additional questions regarding Concurrent/Early Enrollment, please contact the Concurrent Enrollment Office at (801) 957-4760 or your Academic Advisor.
Traditional Degree-Seeking Students & Apprenticeship Students apply through MyPage:
Please ensure that the following information is correct before proceeding with the graduation application: Name, Major and Mailing Address. To change or update your major or mailing address, please click on the Student Tab of MyPage and select Personal Information Change. To change or update your name please contact the Data Center at (801) 957-4283.
After you ensure that your information is correct, please Apply for Graduation online. From MyPage, go to Student Tab, then Student Portal and click on Graduation Application. Follow the instructions to complete the application.
Please note that the paper application has been discontinued for traditional students.
After you have submitted your graduation application, a graduation status message will be sent to your Bruin email account within 3-10 business days. If your application is denied, please meet with an academic advisor to discuss your missing requirements before contacting the Graduation Office. You have one year from the graduation semester indicated on your application to finish your requirements. After that time a new application and fee will be required to graduate.
The Commencement ceremony is held each year in May. There is no fee for the Commencement ceremony; however each student is required to purchase a cap and gown. Caps, gowns, invitations and class rings may be purchased from the Taylorsville Campus bookstore. Click this link for more important details: Commencement Brochure.
Check on your graduation status on MyPage Student Tab under Academic Transcript. The transcript will show degree(s) awarded. The date will be visible if a degree has been awarded.
For any questions or concerns please contact the Graduation Office.
Barring unforeseen circumstances, diplomas will be mailed approximately ten weeks after the day that grades are due in your graduating semester. Graduation applications submitted after the posted deadline will be held until the following semester and accompanying diplomas will be mailed ten weeks after that semester.
Diplomas will be mailed to the mailing address in our records; you are responsible for making any updates that may be necessary. To verify or update your mailing address please log onto your MyPage and under the Student Tab click on the Personal Information Menu, then click on Update Address(es) and Phone(s).
If you have not received your diploma ten weeks after grades are due, check your unofficial transcript in your Student Portal to see if your degree was conferred. If it was conferred, you must report not receiving your diploma to the Graduation Office. You should also check to see if you have any financial holds on your account. A diploma will not be sent if you have a hold on your record. If your degree was not conferred, please check with the Graduation Office.