Student FAQsStudent FAQsUndergraduate Degree Area 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. How do I apply to graduate? When can I apply to graduate? How do I know if I have met all the graduations requirements? What's the difference between a double degree and a double major? My advisor said that I have met all my requirements. Why does the academic advisement report show that I am still missing requirements? When is the last day to apply for graduation? I want to get my degree and participate in the commencement ceremony during different semesters. How do I do that? I submitted my application. Now what? I need to change my graduation date. How do I do that? What is the process for conferring degrees? When will I receive my diploma and where is it sent? I haven't received my diploma/I lost my diploma. Can I be re-issued one? My name wasn't printed in the commencement program. Why not? I have a hold on my account, what does it mean and why is it there?