The graduation process includes three stages accompanied by Forms I, II and III, respectively.
Form I is initiated by the student. The student should make an appointment with either the academic counselor or the senior advisor for a transcript evaluation. The student must have at least a 2.0 GPA and be in the process of successfully completing coursework requirements in order to have the form signed by his or her advisor, the department chair and the dean of the school. The student must provide proof of having taken and passed the English Proficiency Examination and taken the Graduate Records Examination.
Form II is initiated by the department and requires the successful completion of Form I. It lists the courses the student needs to graduate including those in the current semester.
Form III requires several signatures. Students receive Form III after their exit interview with an associate dean in the College of Liberal Arts. It should be completed using the following process:
Questions about transcript evaluation should be answered by the senior faculty advisor or the academic counselor.
Before Form III can be signed the student's folder in the Dean's office must contain the following:
In order to have Form III signed by the Dean's office, each student must present the following items: