This on-line "packet" contains important information about the graduation process and Wesleyan's graduation requirements. As the you choose courses and build a program of study for your senior year, it is essential that you know exactly where you stand in terms of fulfilling Wesleyan's graduation requirements so that everything goes smoothly when degree certification takes place in the Spring. Please review the contents carefully and contact me immediately (215 North College, x2765,, if you have any questions or concerns.

Preparing for Graduation: Explains Wesleyan's graduation requirements, the Major Certification Form, the Credit Analysis Report, oversubscription, December Completion, and honors.  Read it!

Frequently Asked Questions about the Senior Year: Answers to common questions about graduation requirements and the graduation process.

Academic History: Can be found in your e-portfolio in the "Wesleyan Career" bucket.

Major Certification Form: Used to identify and track the courses you have taken and will be taking to complete your major. The form, which can be accessed through your portfolio, must be signed by an authorized advisor in your major department.   Use it now to plan for senior year.

Credit Analysis Report: Reviews your academic record in light of oversubscription and monitors your progress towards meeting graduation requirements.  The link to this report, which still reflects the old requirements, can be found in the "Weselyan Career" bucket in your portfolio.  What is important to remember is that you can have no more than 16.00 credits in any one department, unless you are a double major in MATH/COMP or ARHA/ARST, in which case you can have 20.00.  All other oversubscription categories, such as PHED, TAs, etc., are the same.

Honors and Thesis Information: Deadlines and other important information for students undertaking honors theses.

Graduation does not just happen; you must make it happen! It is important that you fully understand Wesleyan's graduation requirements (concentration[major],credits, GPA, residency) and that you are able to interpret your academic record in light of these requirements. Remember, you are responsible for your own graduation and must fulfill all graduation requirements by the end of the Spring 2014 semester in order to participate in the Commencement ceremony in May 2014.