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Information about Convocation 2023 will be provided in Winter 2023.
Applying to Graduate
Whether you plan on attending your convocation ceremony or not, you must apply to graduate. For more information on applying to graduate and the deadlines, visit the webpage Applying to Graduate.
On the application to graduate, there is an option for your degree to read as Baccalaureate. This is the Latin term for Bachelor’s degree. These terms mean the same thing. When completing your Application to Graduate on WebAdvisor, please choose one as you would like it to appear on your degree.
I have already submitted my application to graduate but I would like to change my Bachelor/Baccalaureate selection.
If you made a mistake and selected the wrong option, please send an email to email@example.com with your request to change. Please include your name and Student ID in the email.
Your standing on graduation is determined by your cumulative average. To find your standing on graduation, log in to WebAdvisor to view your Academic Profile. From there, select Academic Program & Evaluation to review your Profile Sheet. This will clearly outline if you have completed your graduation requirements.
Standing on graduation is noted for graduates from the honours programs as follows:
- Degree with Distinction: Cumulative average of 80% or higher.
- Degree with Honours: Cumulative average of 70-79%.
- Degree with Standing: Cumulative average of less than 70%.
For further questions about this, please contact your Academic Advisor.
Any graduating student who has an outstanding balance at the time of Convocation will be placed on Financial Sanction and will not be issued the official degree or diploma parchment at the Convocation ceremony. Parchments will be withheld until payment is made.
If you are taking additional credit courses that are required to complete your degree in the Summer semester, you will NOT be eligible to graduate in June. You will be eligible to graduate in the Fall semester.
I’m taking a course at another institution by Letter of Permission. What is the deadline to have my transcripts sent to my Academic Advisor?
For this deadline and other important information, visit the webpage Dates and Deadlines..
Your name will be displayed exactly how it is shown on WebAdvisor. For example, if WebAdvisor shows your first, middle and last names, your parchments will reflect the same.
Before submitting your Application to Graduate, please ensure that your name is spelled correctly in WebAdvisor.
Yes, please complete the Name Change Request section of the Application to Graduate Change Request form, sign it, and return it to Student Financial Services, GH112, in person with your original IDs.
All changes must be made prior to April 28, 2023, in order for the request to be reflected on your parchments.
No; your standing on graduation will not show on your parchments. It will only show on your transcript documents.
At the Convocation ceremony, only those graduands whose standing is at the Honours and Distinction levels will be indicated in the program; graduands whose standing is at the Distinction level will be announced.
If your program supports the choice of an Area of Emphasis or Specialty, please complete a Area of Emphasis form. The Area of Emphasis or Specialization will be noted on your transcripts.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to re-order your parchments.
This is a no-ceremony graduation. Graduates will receive their parchments in the mail to the address indicated on their student record after the fall convocation date, this can be found in the student academic calendar.
The University of Guelph-Humber hopes to celebrate Convocation, in person, for 2022. We continue to closely monitor the development of the Covid-19 pandemic. If in-person ceremonies are possible, they will be held on Monday, June 20 and Tuesday, June 21, 2022, at the Pearson Convention Centre. Graduates who plan to attend Convocation will only be required to attend one day. Exact schedules will be released in early May.
Please email email@example.com if you have questions.
Parchments will be mailed to the home address the University of Guelph-Humber has on file after the Convocation proceedings.
Make sure this information is correct!
If you graduated in the fall, you will be invited to attend convocation in the Spring. You will need to RSVP to inform us that you will be attending.
Information on how to register for the spring convocation will be sent to fall graduates from firstname.lastname@example.org
Do infants that will be attending the Convocation ceremony (but will be seated on an adult's lap) require an additional ticket?
Tickets are issued according to the number of seats available. If an infant (typically under 2 years old) is able to share a seat with an adult, they do not require an additional ticket. If children require a seat, please be sure to have the appropriate number of tickets. Please be prepared to show your tickets if requested by an Usher.
For information and instructions, go to the Graduation Photography page.
A cap and gown will be provided at Convocation to students who register on Marching Order. Please note, the caps are yours to keep, but the gowns and hoods must be returned after the ceremony.
Yes; you can take courses following your graduation date. The grades you achieve in these courses will affect your cumulative GPA but it will not change your standing on graduation (Honours or Distinction). For more information, refer to the Admis... page.
Yes; requests for transcripts are handled by the Office of Registrarial Services. More information about how to print or order your transcript can be found here.
Official transcripts from the University of Guelph-Humber will show that a degree has been conferred after June 21. Learn more about transfer requests here.
You can change your address and phone number information through Notice of Change of Address forms.
Your UofGH Gryphmail email address will expire one year following your graduation date. We recommend you use this time to transfer any information you’d like to keep to a personal email account.
To receive information about alumni events, perks & benefits, and other news, make sure you submit an Alumni Contact Information Update Form with your personal email address.
Grad caps are only distributed to graduating students who attend Convocation. Please contact – Gaspard & Sons, to ask about purchasing options.
If you have questions not addressed above, please email email@example.com or call the Student Services office at 416-798-1331 ext. 6288.
CONVOCATION UPDATES TO COME
The Convocation FAQ will be updated regularly and we will continue to share further information as details become available. At any time, you can review the FAQ or send questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.