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Graduates, your Commencement Participation Form is due by April 8, 2016.
For information about the ceremony, please see the Graduation Ceremony page.
For a quick, printable handout of what needs done, please use the Graduate Checklist.
If you have completed 30 hours toward an associate degree or half of the coursework required for a certificate, you may submit an Intent to Graduate form.
Graduation is applied to a specific semester. For each semester, there is a deadline to submit a fully completed Intent to Graduate form.
Many transfer students leave Roane State without completing the paperwork to receive their associate degree. "Why bother?" they think. "I'm getting a bachelor's degree anyway." Here's why getting your Roane State associate degree matters, even if you are moving on to a four-year school.
A formal evaluation of your transcript will be sent to you and your advisor. You're encouraged to meet with your advisor to develop a plan for the completion of the program based on the results of the evaluation. Information about the graduation ceremony will be sent by email to your RaiderNet account. Read the information carefully and return the Graduation Participation form to the Graduation Office.
Degree-seeking students may be eligible to graduate with honors based on the quality point average (QPA) of coursework completed at Roane State. Academic honors are reflected on the student's transcript and diploma. Certificate students do not qualify for academic honors. Coursework completed at an institution other than Roane State is not considered towards academic honors. Honors designations are based on the following grade point averages:
Academic honors are based on GPA of the semester prior to the spring ceremony.
The graduation ceremony (also called "commencement") is held at the end of the spring semester only. Students who anticipate completing their coursework during the following summer are eligible to participate in ceremony exercises if the grade point average is sufficient for graduation and the Intent to Graduate form has been officially processed by the spring deadline. Due to the early printing date of the program, academic honors are based on the previous term's grade point average. Fall graduates will be invited to attend the following spring ceremony. Participation in the ceremony is optional, but strongly encouraged.
Information for the ceremony is found on the Graduation Ceremony page.
Diplomas may be picked up on the following dates from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm:
All diplomas not picked up will be mailed starting July 25, 2016. Please wait until mid-September 2016 to check if you have not received your diploma.
If you need another copy of your diploma, please fill out the Replacement Diploma Request form, and submit it to the Graduation Office. There is a $10.00 charge for each replacement diploma that is issued.
Students who need to have official copies of transcripts sent to licensing boards or other colleges/universities may request them through Raidernet, by completing a Request for Transcript form in the Records/Registration Office or at any site campus. Phone requests are not acceptable. Remember to check "After degree is posted" on the form since this is different than the end of the term.
Have you changed your name or address? Please notify the Graduation Analyst AND the Records/Registration office if any of your personal information has changed. We utilize the information provided to us by your Intent to Graduate Form. Students who fail to notify us before the printing or mailing of diplomas may be assessed an additional fee for a replacement to be issued.
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(865) 354-3000 ext. 4734, Graduation Analyst
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