Graduation

 

Are you ready to graduate?

Students who complete the published requirements for one or more Central Wyoming College Credential, Certificate and/or Degree will be eligible to graduate. However, it is the student's responsibility to see that a completed Program Evaluation, signed by the appropriate Division Dean, and an Application for Graduation are submitted to the Registration and Records Office by the graduation application deadline in the term they are graduating. Waiting to receive end of term exams or final project results before you apply for graduation would result in a delay in your graduation date.
 
Students may officially graduate in December, May or August. However, the Commencement ceremony for all students is held in May. Students participating in the spring commencement ceremony will have a cap & gown ordered for them based on how they complete the Application for Graduation. If you do not successfully complete all academic requirements by the end of the semester, you must reapply for graduation for the following semester.
 

Important

It is the student's responsibility to apply for graduation within the specified graduation application period. 
  
Online
Apply for graduation online 
 

A Program Evaluation can be obtained through the myAdvisor link of myCentral or by the student's advisor. The Application for Graduation can be completed through this web site, or on-line through the myAdvisor link of myCentral.


Due Dates
 

Signed Program Evaluations, must be on file in the Registration & Records Office by the dates below. If a student wishes to graduate and has not completed the process by that date, the student will be graduated at the end of the next term after the graduation process is completed.


Application for Graduation Deadlines 2013-14

SPRING 2014 - March 1, 2014

SUMMER 2014 - July 15, 2014

FALL 2013 - October 15, 2013


Commencement is at 7:30 p.m. May 16, 2014

Contact Information

Registration & Records
Main Hall - MH103
307-855-2115
800-865-0194
Email: Registration & Records

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