Graduation

Apply for Graduation

You must formally apply to graduate using MyPack Portal:

  • Log into MyPack Portal
  • Click on Student Self Service
  • Click on Degree Progress/Graduation
  • Click on Apply for Graduation
  • Follow the prompts
  • After you apply, you will see that you successfully applied in MyPack Portal.
  • If any information is incorrect, such as your degree, contact the Grad Office immediately

Chemistry Department Graduation Ceremony

Fall 2017 Spring 2018 Fall 2017 Spring 2018Fall 2019
December 15, 2017
Dabney Hall 1:30pm
May 11, 2018
Dabney Hall 1:30pm
December
Dabney Hall 1:30pm
May
Dabney Hall 1:30pm
December
Dabney Hall 1:30pm

Check These Items

  • NAME: The name that you see in the Application to Graduate is the name that will be printed on your diploma and in the graduation program that is passed out at the university commencement ceremony. Make sure your name is correct. If you need a correction, contact Registration and Records as soon as possible to update your name. Requests to update your name that are received close to the apply to graduate deadline may not be processed in time for the correction to be reflected on your diploma and in the graduation program.
  • DIPLOMA ADDRESS: Make sure you have a diploma address keyed in to ensure that your diploma will be mailed to the correct place.
  • PRIVACY BLOCK: If you have a privacy block, your name will not be printed in the graduation program passed out at the university commencement ceremony. You can choose to release the privacy block just for graduation so your name will print in the graduation program (there are other options too) while keeping the privacy block in place.

For more information see the Student Guide to the Graduation Application.

For detailed information on the graduation process, announcements and apparel, instructions and procedures, the commencement schedule and program, maps and directions, etc. visit the NCSU Graduation site.

Contact Robin Tanner (rftanner@ncsu) for information about the Graduation Ceremony.