Graduation Eligibility and Status

Your graduation eligibility is evaluated by the Degree Audit Office once you apply to graduate. Below you will find more information regarding eligibility and how to verify your graduation status.

Faculty of Graduate Studies students: please contact the Graduate Program regarding your status and eligibility.

Osgoode Hall Law School – JD Students: please contact the Osgoode Programs & Records Office for any questions regarding your status and eligibility.

Certificate students: please contact the the Department/School administering your certificate for your status and eligibility.

Graduation Eligibility

  1. After you apply to graduate with an undergraduate degree, the Degree Audit Office will evaluate your graduation eligibility.

    It is your responsibility to ensure that you have met your program and degree requirements. You can check with your Faculty or program advising office to find out if you have met your program and degree requirements prior to applying or while you wait for a decision from the Degree Audit Office.

  2. A second degree audit is completed after the submission of final grades. As such, if you have received an invitation to the convocation ceremony, it does not guarantee that you are graduating. Once the final grade reports are released, your academic decision will confirm if you are eligible to graduate.

  3. Once all degree requirements have been met, your degree conferral will be available on transcript according to the table below:

    Convocation When Will My Degree Conferral be released on transcript?
    June Convocation End of May
    October Convocation End of August
    February Convocation in Absentia End of January

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Graduation Status

Once you have applied to graduate with an undergraduate degree you can verify your graduation status online. The system will indicate if your application to graduate has been received, if your file has been audited and if you are eligible to graduate.