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Applying for Graduation WSU Graduations

Applying for Graduation

When can I apply to graduate?

Students can apply for graduation once they have:

  • Completed 90 credits, and
  • Been certified in a major

Students will receive a message at their WSU emails as well as having a Task added to their my.WSU once they are eligible to apply. 

When should I apply for graduation?

Students are encouraged to apply one term before their expected graduation date.  All dates and deadlines are available here. For example,  Spring graduates should apply prior to the Fall term. 

How do I apply for graduation?

All applications are submitted online. Students submit their graduation application for both undergraduate, DVM, Pharmacy and MBA degrees and certificates online, through the my.WSU Academic Advising tile on the Student Homepage.  Step by Step instructions will open in a new tab. 

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 and you have met the eligibility requirements (drop down menu - academics tab - graduation application)
  • Your degree, major(s), minor(s) or certificate(s) are missing or incorrect
  • An additional major needs to be added
  • You do not have my.WSU access.

Application Fees: 

The graduation application fee is $50. Students who do not apply by the initial deadline will incur late fees. 

  • First late fee - $50 application fee + $75 late fee = $125
  • Second late fee - $50 application fee + $150 late fee = $200

Academic Regulation Rule 108: STUDENT RESPONSIBILITY FOR GRADUATION. Together with the advisor, the student plans the program of study each semester. However, the written curriculum requirements described in the bulletin and catalog supplements are binding, and no advisor may waive or alter them. The student has the ultimate responsibility for meeting university, college and departmental graduation requirements.