Office of the Registrar


How do I apply to graduate?
When you are nearing the completion of your program, you must complete an online application to graduate by the posted Application Deadlines.

Apply online through the myUT portal. Use the "Apply to Graduate" link located in the My Records section of the Toolkit menu.

How do I confirm my graduation application was received?
To view your application go to the Student tab in the myUT portal and select the Student Profile link found in the upper right hand corner of the page.  Select the 'View Application to Graduate' link (middle of the page) to access your application.  Here you will find all of the information you included when you submitted your application.

Diploma Information
Information on Diplomas (awarding, mailing, replacement diplomas, etc.) can be found on the Diploma information page.

Diploma Name
On the "Apply to Graduate" link, you can use the “One of your names” option to select the first name to be printed on your diploma or select "New" which allows you to enter your preferred first name.  The last name printed on your diploma name must be one currently on file in our system. For information on how to change your name please select the Name Change Information link. With the proper documentation your diploma name can be changed after you submit your online application.

Miss the Application Deadline?
It's important to meet the application deadlines to avoid certain consequences or delays. Applying for graduation by the posted deadline ensures...

...your college has ample time to review your record before you graduate receive commencement related mailings
...your name appears in the commencement program

Graduation with Honors
Undergraduate candidates with a cumulative GPA of 3.3 or higher will graduate with scholastic distinction. This GPA includes only undergraduate coursework taken at the University of Toledo, adjusted by the GPA Recalculation policy and/or the Academic Forgiveness policy.

These averages and the citation they merit are as follows:

3.3 - cum laude
3.6 - magna cum laude
3.9 - summa cum laude

A student graduating with an Associate's degree will receive a scholastic distinction of "high scholarship" if his/her overall GPA is 3.3 or higher.

Eligible candidates will be distinguished at commencement based on all academic work completed prior to the term preceding commencement and will be notified by mail. The actual honors awarded at the time a  degree is posted will be based on the final cumulative GPA.

Degrees are posted to the transcript record within thirty days of the commencement ceremony but may take longer in some instances.

Future Term Commencement Dates
Listing of future term graduation dates through 2025 (Dates may be subject to change).


Contact Information
For questions or comments, please contact the Graduation Processing department at

Have Questions?

Email for Main Campus Students
Email for Health Science Campus Students
Call Rocket Solution Central 419.530.8700
Monday - Wednesday and Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.
Thursday 10 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.
Visit Rocket Solution Central 1200 Rocket Hall
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Rocket Hall is located near the corner of Secor Rd. and Dorr St.
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Last Updated: 11/13/23