How to Apply
The May 2020 graduation cycle is now OPEN. The initial deadline to apply is March 27, 2020. Please see below for instructions on applying. If you need immediate assistance please contact your graduation auditor through the ‘Get in Touch’ button at the bottom of this page.
Before you begin the graduation application, have the following information ready:
– Campbell University Issued Student ID*
– Degree you are pursuing
– Major you are pursuing
– Home Campus location
– For graduate/first professional level students: Any bachelors/masters degrees earned including: Degree, School and year awarded
– Contact information: including your phone, CU email and mailing address
Once the application is complete, please hit submit once. A confirmation email will be sent to your CU email address. If you do not receive the email within 15-20 mins, then you may contact your auditor to see if it was received.
*Please note: Due to the security parameters placed on the application, if you miss-key your Student ID or Name as it will appear on the diploma, you will need to submit a new, corrected application in order for it to process correctly. Please notify your auditor if you resubmit an application.
Students participating in Dual Degrees – such as MBA/BBA, PharmD/MBA, BA/BBA, etc. – will need to submit two graduation applications (one for each degree).
Special consideration to participate in the graduation ceremony is extended to undergraduate candidates with grade point averages of 2.000 or higher in the major and overall GPAs while being within six (6) semester hours of meeting all course and hour requirements. To qualify for this special consideration, candidates must complete a graduation application first and then file a ‘Request to Participate in Commencement’ form in addition to the Graduation Application. Before the Registrar’s Office can execute this form, it must be signed by the candidate, the candidate’s adviser and the appropriate dean. The form also includes information about the candidate’s plan to complete the missing components. Graduate and First Professional students seeking special consideration should contact their program directors.
If you were previously approved to participate under the “6-Hour Rule” you will need to reapply to be considered for graduation. You do not officially graduate until you reapply.
Application Received List
The initial application received list for May will be posted in late March or early April.
- If your name is not on this list and you plan to graduate in May please contact the your Graduation Auditor through the ‘Get in touch’ button below.
- The list is not in real time. It will be updated no sooner than once a week, as needed.
If you have any questions about your graduation application, contact the appropriate person.Get in touch