Prepare for Graduation
And what comes after, with help from services right here at UW-Green Bay.
You’ve almost crossed the finish line! Find out what you need to do to ensure you graduate, when commencement is and how to get your diplomas.
You don't have to plunge into post-grad life on your own – we can help you find a job and/or pursue higher education.
You have access to your SIS account for six months after graduating. At that point, you'll be prompted to reset your password, and that will give you access for another six months. Once SIS access has expired, you'll need to contact the Student Services Center at 920-465-2111 to update any information. Personally identifiable information change requests (name change, gender change or Social Security number) must be validated with appropriate documentation.
Here you’ll find information on degree requirements, how to apply for graduation, degree and commencement information, and the senior fee.
The graduation fee is used to cover academic record and security related costs including records maintenance, data storage, degree conferral, diploma production, diploma covers and associated mailing costs. All students are charged the one-time, non-refundable, $45 graduation fee once they reach 84 earned credits. Questions regarding this fee should be addressed to email@example.com.
When You're Ready to Graduate
Check your degree progress report to ensure you satisfy all requirements for degree residency and your majors and minors. If questions remain about graduation requirements, see your professional advisor.
Reading your degree progress report is easy! Find out how to track courses you have taken, see Academic Requirements.
When You'll Get Your Diploma
At the end of the semester in which you graduate, the Registrar’s Office will review your academic requirements to ensure you've satisfied all necessary requirements. If you have satisfied all requirements, you'll get an email with a digital download of your diploma for your records, and an official diploma will be mailed to your home address on record. For more information about the date of degree and timeframe for receiving diplomas, visit the Registrar's site.