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Graduation

Graduation Application Deadlines

Graduation Date Application Deadline
December 13, 2014 (Fall Semester) September 5, 2014
May 2, 2015 (Spring Semester) January 23, 2015
July 30, 2015 (Summer Semester) May 22, 2015

Note: If the final deadline of any application filing period falls on a weekend, the following Monday will be the actual deadline date.

  • Summer and Fall graduates are invited to attend the Fall semester Commencement.
  • Spring graduates are invited to attend the Spring semester Commencement.

Application Information

Note: Responsibility for registering in appropriate classes, scheduling, and fulfilling all university and program requirements for graduation rests with the student.

**Fall 2013 New Online Graduation Application Now Available in WINGS Express**

In an effort to provide better service to our students, Wright State University, at the Dayton and Lake Campuses, now offers an online graduation application at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. This graduation application replaces the old paper forms; paper forms are no longer accepted for students.

To submit your online graduation application and payment, follow these steps:

  1. Go into WINGS Express
  2. Select the Student and Financial Aid tab
  3. Once there, select the Registration & Records menu link
  4. Scroll down to the bottom of the menu and select the "Apply for Graduation" link

Undergraduate Liberal Arts and Science and Math students are still required to obtain prior approval from their respective college before accessing the online graduation application.

Dayton Campus students are still required to register for the Commencement Ceremony thorugh Events Services: commencement information.

Lake Campus students are advised to consult: Commencement Ceremony information.

Questions?:   wsu-registrar@wright.edu - undergraduate students
                         bj.hobler@wright.edu - lake students
 
                        wsugrad@wright.edu - graduate students

Latin Honors

Graduating with Latin Honors: Policy for Students First Enrolled Prior to Fall 2006

Undergraduate students with outstanding academic records are recognized at commencement. Three distinctions are made: summa cum laude (Latin for with highest honors) recognizes a cumulative GPA of at least 3.8; magna cum laude (with high honors) indicates a cumulative GPA of at least 3.6; and cum laude (with honors) indicates a final cumulative GPA of at least 3.4.

Academic honors are based on meeting the minimum honors GPA requirement for work attempted at Wright State University, as well as for all transfer college work attempted, as of the end of the term in which the student graduates; (that is, by the day on which term grades are due). In calculating cumulative GPAs for the purpose of graduating with honors, only the first grade earned for a course will be counted. This recalculation of the GPA may result in the loss of honors status at graduation. To be eligible for academic honors at graduation, students must have earned at least 45 credit hours at Wright State University.

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Graduating With Latin Honors: Policy for Students First Enrolled Beginning Fall 2006

Undergraduate students with outstanding academic records are recognized at commencement. Three distinctions are made: summa cum laude (Latin for with highest honors) recognizes a cumulative GPA of at least 3.9; magna cum laude (with high honors) indicates a cumulative GPA of at least 3.7; and cum laude (with honors) indicates a final cumulative GPA of at least 3.5.

Academic honors are based on meeting the minimum honors GPA requirement for work attempted at Wright State University, as well as for all transfer college work attempted, as of the end of the term in which the student graduates; (that is, by the day on which term grades are due). In calculating cumulative GPAs for the purpose of graduating with honors, only the first grade earned for a course will be counted. This recalculation of the GPA may result in the loss of honors status at graduation. To be eligible for academic honors at graduation, students must have earned at least 45 credit hours at Wright State University.

Students who hold a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution, including Wright State, and who earn a second baccalaureate degree at Wright State per the academic policy requirements for second degrees, are eligible for academic honors. Academic honors are based on all course work at Wright State University attempted for the second degree following and excluding the first degree course work. Only the first grade earned for a course in the second degree course work will be counted.

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