1. Apply to graduate


When you’re nearing the completion of your degree, you must apply to graduate before the specified deadline:


 Semester* Deadline Convocation date
 Fall/Winter January 15 Spring
 Summer
July 15 Fall
 *The semester you complete your degree requirements

How to apply to graduate:

  1. Log into Student Hub

  2. Select My CU Account

  3. Select "Academic” and scroll down to the bottom of the page, where you’ll find “Apply for Graduation”.

Please take note:

  • Don’t wait until you have received your grades or have defended your thesis before submitting your application!
  • We accept late applications only for a limited period. We also charge a fee for late applications.
  • If your application is unsuccessful for any reason, you must reapply the following semester.

2. Clear your account


Check your account and be sure to pay any outstanding fees, including library fees, before the deadline:


Convocation Deadline to settle account
Spring 2022 May 1, 2022

3. Check your approval status


Your graduation approval status is posted in the CU Account page on the Student Hub.

Look for the credential awarded note on your unofficial transcript. It will state “credential awarded” followed by the confer date. For Spring 2022 graduates, the confer date is 20/05/2022. An example is below:

Graduate Credential Summary
Credential Awarded:
Master of Engineering
Confer Date: 20/05/2022
Program/Plan: Master of Engineering
Electrical & Computer Engineering


Please note that this may be in a different place on your unofficial transcript depending on whether you have done other studies at Concordia.

If you do not see the Credential Awarded message on the indicated date, please contact Enrolment Services at 514-848-2424, ext. 2668.


4. Get ready for your convocation


Details to follow. Bookmark this page! It's exclusive to your graduating Class of 2022.

 

Still have questions?

Contact the Office of the Registrar
Tel: 514-848-2424, ext. 2668
Email: students@concordia.ca

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