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Graduation and Completion

Ready to graduate? Congratulations!

General information about applying for graduation, regalia, ceremonies, and more can be found on the University's Commencement website.

STEPS FOR HONORS COMPLETION:

1. Check Degree Progress Report (DPR)

Follow the instructions on the Degree Progress Report's homepage to generate a DPR for your field of study.

The Honors Requirements for Completion section under the UCRT tab on your DPR should show as complete with a green In Good Standing circle. (Or you should have a plan for finishing your final requirements.)

If a course or experience is missing, please email Jedlicka@KU.edu immediately.

2. Apply for Degree in Honors

After confirming completion of Honors Requirements on your DPR, you will need to Apply for a Degree (AFD) in Honors. This is the same process as applying for a degree in your major. 

3. Complete Honors Graduation Form

Lastly, you will want to fill out our brief Honors Graduation Form.

Link to Honors Graduation Form:  http://honors.ku.edu/honors-graduation-form

DECEMBER GRADUATES - complete your Graduation Form by December 1.
MAY GRADUATES - complete your Graduation Form by March 1.

 


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