Candidates for an associate degree, diploma, or certificate must fulfill the general requirements of the program of study in which he/she is enrolled. Candidates must complete these requirements with an overall grade point average of 2.0 or above on all work completed at Fletcher and all work accepted as credit toward the fulfillment of the program requirements. In addition, candidates for an Associate of General Studies must complete the concentration area with a 2.5 grade point average.
Candidates must complete all graduation requirements as stated in the College catalog available to students on the College’s website. Candidates who are completing the highest exit level available in the program from which they are graduating must complete an exit exam to be eligible for graduation. Graduating students must be free of debt to the college. Graduating students must be approved by the faculty advisor, respective academic dean, the Vice Chancellor of Academics, and the Registrar’s Office.
A student graduating in a summer or fall semester should complete and submit a graduation application to his/her advisor by the November 8, 2018 priority deadline. A student graduating in a spring semester should complete and submit a graduation application to his/her advisor by the April 17, 2019 priority deadline. If a student does not plan to participate in the graduation ceremony but wishes to receive a certificate diploma, or degree, he/she is required to complete the application.
Directions for students graduating from his/her declared program of study:
- Access the LoLA login-in page
- Select the Fletcher Technical Community College link
- Select the Student link
- Select the Student Records link
- Select the Apply to Graduate link
- Complete and submit the application
Directions for students graduating from a program of study other than his/her declared program
- Complete the electronic application found on Fletcher’s website.
- Students can find the electronic application by clicking the following link: Graduation Application for Program of Study Other than Declared Program.
Note: This application should be used after the priority graduation application deadline has passed.
A graduation ceremony is held once a year – in May – for summer, fall, and spring graduates. Candidates who submit applications are notified of the commencement ceremony by email. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that Student Affairs has a correct mailing address. Candidates who wish to participate in the ceremony will need to purchase a cap and gown from the College’s bookstore.
The deadline to purchase your cap and gown is May 1, 2019 – Please note that the cost is non-refundable and regalia is non-returnable.
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