The faculty of MUM determine whether students are qualified to
graduate. Qualifications are based on the following factors:
satisfactory completion of all academic requirements as described in the
certificate or degree requirements listed below, the specific
requirements for the student’s major or program, and success in meeting
the University’s standards of holistic student development.
At least three days before graduation, students’ records must be
complete with the Registrar and indicate the following: all academic
requirements for their degree program have been satisfied, final grades
are on file, all fees and charges incurred have been paid, and an Application for Graduation was submitted at least 90 days prior to graduation.
Among the requirements that must be completed before graduation is
the undergraduate assessment program administered by the Office of
Students whose academic records are not complete by three days before
the graduation ceremony are ineligible to participate in the ceremony
or receive their degrees. They must reapply for the next graduation.
Degrees are awarded twice a year, at the end of each semester. One
graduation ceremony is held each year, at the end of the spring
General and core curriculum graduation requirements for each student are determined by the Catalog
in effect when they begin studying at the University. Major and minor
requirements are determined from the Catalog in effect when the student
begins their major or minor. Please contact your graduation advisor in the Enrollment Center if you have any questions about graduation requirements.
The content of this page was reviewed in January 2011.