All students expecting to complete their programs of study (either certificate of employability, certificate of occupational training, certificate of completion, associate of arts, associate of science, or associate of applied science) must file an application for graduation by the following deadlines:
Fall Semester – June 10, 2016
Spring Semester – October 14, 2016
Summer Session – April 7, 2017
Students who file an application for graduation before the close of the semester preceding the expected completion date will be notified in writing of requirements needed to complete their program of study. The application must be filed with the Admissions and Records Office.
In addition, any student with 45 or more credit hours will be reviewed by the Student Advising and Retention Center and by Instructional Divisions for eligibility for graduation. After all degree requirements have been evaluated, the Advising and Retention Center and Instructional Divisions will notify of the Admissions and Records Office of any additional students that are eligible for program completion and graduation. However, it is still the student’s responsibility to complete an application to graduate.
At the end of the semester in which the student is eligible to graduate, diplomas will be ordered and students will be notified through the ENMU-Roswell campus email system of their final graduation status. Diplomas will be mailed to graduation students approximately 8-10 weeks after the end of the semester. Degrees will be posted at the same time diplomas are ordered. Students wishing to participate in Commencement ceremonies and have their names published in the graduation program or newspaper must state so on their application for graduation.
Students must have an institutional cumulative grade point average of 2.0 in order to meet graduation requirements.
NOTE: Participation in graduation ceremonies does not constitute meeting degree requirements. Completion of degree requirements will be verified once final semester grades have been posted.