2022 Graduation

Commencement for the 2021-2022 Academic Year will occur on May 14, 2022. Dress Rehearsal will be on May 13, 2022.

Early in the spring semester, graduation status information will be emailed to the students who have applied for graduation. Additionally, information on clearance for graduation, regalia, rehearsal, and the commencement ceremony can be found on our Commencement page.

Graduation Application

Students desiring to graduate in May 2022 must submit a Graduation Application and Fee by December 10, 2021, to the Student Accounts Office. Students must submit completed graduation application forms to the Registrar Assistant after making payment. Graduation Applications submitted after the due date will be assessed an $85 Late Fee. No Graduation Applications will be accepted after January 31, 2022.

Graduation applications are available in the Registrar’s Office or can be downloaded on the Student Forms page.

Federal Student Loans Exit Counseling

If you have ever received a federal student loan, you are required to complete Exit Counseling on the NSLDS website. After completing the exit counseling, please schedule an appointment with the Director of Financial Aid.

Final Grades

Instructors are required to submit final grades for graduating students by April 29, 2022. Please touch base with your instructors at the beginning of the semester concerning due dates for your coursework.

Important Due Dates During Spring Semester

Item to Complete Due Date Contact
Mission Practicum Account Paid in Full April 29 Martha Batts
Federal Student Loan Exit Counseling April 29 Jimmy Criswell
Housing Account Paid in Full April 29 Luis Juárez
Library Account Paid in Full April 29 Valeri Knighten
Return Criswell, DTS, & TexShare Library Books April 29 Valeri Knighten
Student Account Paid in Full April 29 Donna Ward
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