Commencement at Miller Auditorium
Spring December 1
Summer I February 1
Summer II February 1
Fall August 1
Graduation applications will not be accepted past the established deadline dates
The graduation audit for undergraduate students begins with the college advising office. After paperwork is completed there, the student must return it to the Registrar's Office. The graduation audit will then be conducted by a graduation auditor in the Registrar's Office. It is the process by which a student's academic record is examined to make sure all University obligations and all academic requirements for the degree have been met and the student is eligible to graduate.
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Undergraduates who obtain a high level of performance during their University career are awarded the following honors:
To be eligible for honors, students must have earned at least fifty-six (56) semester hours of credits at WMU, 50 of which must be graded by a letter grade and computed into the final cumulative grade point average.
Reserve your place at the ceremony through the GoWMU portal. You will find more detailed information on the commencement web site, including the date, times (by college) as well as ticket and regalia information.
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