Your Guide to Graduation Services and Degree Clearance

Graduation Services is currently in the process of conducting final audits for our SPRING 2015 graduation candidates. 

The final audit and clearance process will take approximately 3-4 weeks (post commencement) to complete. During this time, all SPRING 2015 graduation applications will be pulled, reviewed and evaluated to ensure that the requirements for the degree are being met.

During this busy time, we ask that if you have questions and/or concerns that you utilize our website for our FAQ’s.  Our website, while still a work in progress, contains a great deal of information and hopefully the answer to your question.  If after visiting our website, you are still having a problem and/or not able to receive an adequate answer, please feel free to contact our office.  Simple email – 


What can we assist you with?

Apply to Graduate 

(The SUMMER 2015 graduation application is currently available)


Degree Evaluations/Audits (Initial and Final) 


Diploma Information 


Degree Recipients – want to search for a UNCG degree recipient?


Degree Statistics – view the awarded statistics since May 1985


Dual Degree vs Double Major – want a little more information regarding the difference? 


2nd Degree Seeking Students – want to view the 


The Graduate School


Contact Us


Have a question regarding the University Commencement Ceremonies?  

The University Commencement Ceremonies are managed by a separate division within The University Registrar’s Office.

For more information pertaining to the the University Ceremony, itself, please check out Commencement Central.

Undergraduate Graduation Candidates, who have already applied to graduate, and wish to participate in the University Ceremony, should RSVP.

     Information pertaining to departmental ceremonies should be directed to the Graduation Candidate’s major department. 


–  Baccalaureate degrees are awarded three times per year – May, August and December.  

– Degree candidates will neither earn degrees nor be graduated from the university until they have completed all degree requirements and have officially applied for graduation. Participation in a commencement ceremony does not presume graduation from the university.