All students must demonstrate computer proficiency by either successfully completing CSCI 1100 or passing a UIT proficiency exam.
For graduating seniors, official transcripts of all work taken at other schools (including correspondence work) during this semester must be received by Thursday before Graduation. The diploma cannot be released until an OFFICIAL transcript is received by the Graduation Office.
All incomplete grades in courses necessary for graduation must be removed. An incomplete not necessary for graduation and not removed will automatically become an "F" upon graduation and will be reflected in the GPA in accordance with institutional policy.
All financial accounts MUST be settled by the Thursday before Graduation for graduating seniors. Library fines, parking fines, obligations to the instructional media center, returned checks, loan exit interviews, etc. must be cleared. Neither the diploma nor transcripts can be released until all accounts are cleared.
Students graduating in spring should plan to attend the May commencement ceremony. Students graduating in summer and fall should plan to attend the December commencement ceremony. If extenuating circumstances exist that prevent a student from participating in his or her designated ceremony, the student should contact his or her analyst with this information after registering for their last semester of coursework. The analyst will provide information to the Registrar who will consider these circumstances in regards to the commencement ceremony.
Undergraduate students may not use graduate level hours to satisfy undergraduate degree requirements.