Applying for GraduationApplying for Graduation The Undergraduate and Professional Degree Application is available online through zzusis student center. Only students who have 90 completed credits and are certified in their major are eligible to apply for graduation. Students submit their graduation application for both undergraduate and professional degrees online, through zzusis student center Steps for completing the application can be found here. Contact your advisor if: You intend to earn your degree within 2 semesters, but have not yet completed 90 credits If the graduation application link is not visible in student center (drop down menu - academics tab) Your degree, major, minor or certificate is missing or incorrect You do not have zzusis access The graduation application fee is $41.00. Students who do not apply by the initial deadline will incur late fees. For application deadlines - click here Graduation status (eligible, applied, approved, awarded) can be found on the academics tab in your student center. I've applied, what's next? Review Your Degree Audit After applying for graduation, review your Academic Requirements in your zzusis Student Center and report any discrepancies to your academic advisor. Please check your degree audit carefully. If you have questions about University or General Education requirements, contact your academic advisor. For Honors requirements, contact the Honors College. If you have questions about the departmental requirements, contact your department. Complete Graduation Requirements All academic requirements must be completed at the time of graduation. This includes University, General Education or Honors, and degree program requirements. Remember to complete the Writing Portfolio, which is a university requirement for graduation. Contact the Writing Program for more information. Make sure that you have registered for all the courses you need to graduate and have submitted any work for courses with incomplete grades and any work for correspondence courses in time for grades to appear on your transcript. Also, be sure to have your transcripts sent to the Office of Admissions for any courses taken at other institutions. If your department will be waiving or substituting any requirements, check to make sure that your department has completed them or has filed these changes with Graduations. If you will be requesting the waiving or substituting of a University or General Education requirement, you need to request a petition through your academic advisor.