A degree audit is the process used to determine if you have met all University requirements for your degree.
Bachelor degrees from the College advising offices.
Masters, Specialist and Doctoral degrees and Graduate Certificates from Graduation Auditing Office, 3210 Seibert Administration Bldg. 269 387-4300.
Contact the Office of the Registrar, (269) 387-4300.
There are 3 commencements each year: December for the Fall semester, April for Spring semester and June for Summer I and Summer II sessions of each year. Each college is assigned a ceremony time. What time you graduate depends on your college. Prospective graduates receive an email that gives details about the commencement ceremony. All correspondence will be in email using the assigned WMU email address.
Regalia and announcements are ordered through the WMU Bookstore. Graduating students will receive information on Grad Fair included with commencement information through the mail or you can call 269 387-3932.
Reservations are required for each ceremony. Approximately 6 to 8 weeks before commencement, each prospective graduate is emailed information outlining ticket reservations, cap and gown, and ceremony schedules. Commencement arrangements fluctuate from semester to semester based on the number of candidates for graduation.
Commencement arrangements fluctuate from semester to semester based on the number of candidates for graduation.
Each ceremony lasts approximately 1.5 hours.
No. The diploma is sent through the mail upon completion of a final review of the degree requirements. Because the diploma is an engraved document, the printing and mailing require at least 10 weeks to complete.
Students who are receiving their doctoral degrees will receive their diplomas at the ceremony.
In Miller Auditorium.
From I-94 East or West
From U.S. 131 North or South
Yes, please contact Miller Auditorium at 269 387-2300.
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