Apply for Graduation
All students planning to graduate must apply for graduation by logging in to Banner Web. Click on "Student & Financial Aid", "Student Records", "Graduation Application - Submit" to apply online. This should be completed during their last semester of enrollment. Filing deadlines are published throughout the campus, and emailed to students T-Wolves accounts. Failure to file by deadline will result in the delay of the student's diploma and/or certificate.
Please note there is one formal cap/gown graduation ceremony in May. ALL potential graduates from Spring, in addition to those graduates from the previous Summer, Fall, and Winter semesters, are given the opportunity to attend this ceremony typically held the third Saturday in May.
Diplomas/certificates are NOT issued on stage at the May ceremony as graduation evaluations take place after commencement. Therefore, all potential Spring graduates are allowed to cross the stage in May, along with those graduates from the previous Summer, Fall, and Winter semesters. All students will receive a blank diploma cover and tassel, and Spring graduates will receive their actual diploma/certificate in the mail during the month of June.
If you choose not to attend commencement, your diploma/certificate will be mailed to you. However, you will need to attend the May commencement ceremony if you want a diploma cover or tassel. These items are not mailed or distributed after the ceremony.
Degree candidates must satisfactorily fulfill degree requirements specified for the curriculum in which you are matriculated. Candidates are also required to attain a minimum grade point average of 2.0 in the curriculum from which you are graduating, must be recommended for graduation by a faculty member (advisor), and must have met all financial obligations assessed by the College.
You must be enrolled in the curriculum for which you are applying for graduation. If you are not currently enrolled in that program, please complete the following form and return to the Registration & Records Office (A-201) with your graduation application.
If you plan to receive two associate's degrees from NCCC, you must successfully complete the degree requirements for each degree AND complete a minimum of 30 credit hours beyond the requirements of the first degree.
Academic honors are based on the following curriculum GPA:
3.30 - 3.59 With Merit
3.60 - 3.79 With Distinction
3.80 - 4.00 With High Distinction