- Graduation checklist
- Get your grad photos taken
- Help plan your grad formal
- Nominating a valedictorian
- Planning for the future
One of the most exciting moments in your undergraduate career is receiving your degree. So how can you be sure to get to this moment without any last-minute problems? Follow the steps below for a carefree walk across the stage:
Use the appropriate Degree Checklist available on the KINAdvising LEARN page to make sure you've have met your degree requirements. Alternatively, you can check your progress against the Undergraduate Calendar.
Go through your unofficial transcript before your last year and make sure your fourth-year courses will fulfill your remaining requirements. If you have any questions be sure to speak with your academic advisor.
Complete an Intention to Graduate form
Confirm your address on Quest
It is important to confirm that your mailing and home address, as well as your current email address, are accurate on Quest.
Other things to consider before you graduate
Graduating students must sign-up online to make an appointment for their grad photos. (The site is usually available 2-3 weeks before the appointment period). You will be sent an email with the dates of the grad photo sessions.
If you are interested in helping out with the Grad Formal Committee, watch for posters in BMH or contact the Student Relations Officer.
The Applied Health Sciences Grad Formal is held during your 4B (winter) term.
University of Waterloo holds two convocations each year - one in mid-June and the other in late October. Convocation information is available on the Registrar's Office convocation website, including what time you must arrive, where to pick up your gown, where the receptions are held, etc
Applied Health Sciences holds a pre-convocation reception prior to all Applied Health Sciences convocation ceremonies. Invitations are sent out to all graduating students.
The Valedictorian nomination form will be submitted to the Student Relations Officer in BMH 3101.
Valedictorian nominees will be invited to attend a selection meeting where they will give their valedictory address (5 minutes or less in length). A selection committee consisting of students from the graduating class will be present and will vote on the speeches to determine who the Valedictorian will be. A runner up will also be selected in the case that the Valedictorian is no longer able to attend convocation.
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