Telitha E. Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities Graduation Guide
Congratulations on your upcoming graduation from Weber State University (WSU). This is an exciting time and we join you in celebrating this important milestone. In preparation for Fall graduation on Friday, December 18, 2015 we have developed this guide to assist you throughout the process.
Upcoming Graduation Deadlines:
Fall 2015 - application deadline of October 9
Spring 2016 - application deadline of February 19
Summer 2016: application deadline of July 1
What are the dates and times for the university graduation and the Lindquist College Convocation Ceremonies?
Students must arrive at least a half hour early to each ceremony to ensure participation in the processional. Students at the university graduation should arrive in their cap and gown and enter the Dee Events Center through the east entrance - ushers will direct you to the correct processional line. For the college convocation program in Spring 2016, please arrive in your cap and gown and gather in room 133.
Why do I have to apply for graduation?
One of the requirements for graduation is that you must apply. The reason an application is required is to ensure that you have completed the necessary coursework for graduation. An application is also crucial to ensure your name, degree and other accomplishments are properly listed in the commencement program.
Who must apply for graduation?
Any student planning to graduate with an Associate, Bachelor’s or Master’s degree from the Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities must apply for graduation.
How do I apply for graduation?
You can apply for graduation by visiting the following link: (https://portalapps.weber.edu/GradApp/Default.aspx).
Once you arrive on the site, please follow these steps:
Schedule an appointment and meet with your advisor(s) as required. Keep in mind that you may need to see a college advisor, a major advisor, and a minor advisor. The college advisor for the Lindquist College is Debbi Murphy. You may schedule an appointment with her directly through her calendaring system at: cahadvisor.youcanbook.me
Review your Cattracks degree evaluation with your advisor(s). Please make sure that your program of study (degree type, major and minor) is correctly listed in Cattracks and then check for any missing requirements. Program of study corrections must be completed with your advisor prior to submitting your graduation application.
Submit your application for the semester that all of your program requirements will be complete. Please see the schedule below.
What are the deadlines for completing my application for graduation?
The application deadlines are as follows:
|Intended Graduation Date||Deadline|
|Spring 2015||February 20, 2015|
|Summer 2015||July 10, 2015|
|December 2015||October 9, 2015|
Can I submit my application after the deadline?
Yes, graduation applications are accepted until the last day of the semester, however, there is no guarantee your name will appear in the university’s or college’s programs.
How will I be kept updated on the status of my application?
Once your application has been submitted, automatic e-mail updates on the status of your application will be sent to your Wildcat e-mail account. Please monitor your Cattracks degree evaluation and your Wildcat e-mail account closely.
What do I have to purchase to attend the graduation ceremony?
Nothing! There is no charge for your graduation cap, tassel and gown. These may be picked up at the Grad Fest on April 21, 2015 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Shepherd Union Building, Ballroom B. For more information please see: (http://www.weber.edu/Graduation/gradfest.html).
Can I attend both the college convocation and university graduation ceremonies?
Yes, you are strongly encouraged to attend both ceremonies to recognize your accomplishments. Weber State University will host an overall graduation ceremony for all students from the various colleges. In addition, the Lindquist College hosts our own convocation ceremony which follows the university graduation. Above, please find additional information on each.