May 18. - Virtual Commencement
Enjoy the inspiring speeches, the animation (really!), the wonderful music video performed and produced by TC3 students, and of course enjoy your moment in the sun in the graduation section.
Annual Grad Survey
Class of 2020-2021 Graduates, we'd love to hear from you! Your response to this voluntary annual survey will help provide a more complete picture of your degree program as it is used for program assessment and grants that will help benefit future TC3 students. Complete the survey now!
Caps and gowns
Good news: Your cap and gown is included in student fees.
- Attending in-person? Caps and gowns will be available for pick up in the Bookstore beginning Monday, April 12th.
- Not attending in person? Fill out this form and choose to pick up your cap and gown at the College Bookstore or get it shipped to your home address.
Students do not receive an official diploma at the April in-person ceremonies or any time in April or May. Diplomas will be mailed to students’ permanent address in July.
General Information for Students Planning to Graduate
Students must apply to graduate in the semester prior to completing their program requirements.
NOTE: This still pertains to Spring 2020 Graduates.
For instance, a student planning to graduate in May must apply to graduate by the deadline set in the fall semester. Even if a student does not plan to participate in the commencement ceremony, they must still apply to graduate.
After a student submits their application to graduate, the Office of Academic Records will begin a review of degree progress.
The status of the graduation application and degree audit can be checked in DegreeWorks, or on the Apply to Graduate link in myINFO. An alert is sent to students once the official degree audit has been completed by the office of Academic Records.