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We’ve gathered all the information you need to prepare for graduation.
As you approach the culmination of your academic journey, it’s time to start thinking about how to apply for graduation and when is the right time to apply for graduation. You can also keep an eye on the UTSA Commencement page to make sure you don’t miss any of the graduation events every semester.Find More Information About Graduation
- Online Cyber Security (OCYS) is part of the Alvarez College of Business (ACOB)
- Online Communication (OCOM) is part of the College of Liberal & Fine Arts (COLFA)
- Online Multidisciplinary Studies (OMST) is part of University College
This is normal going into your final, graduation semester. Your requirements will read 100% once you have completed your final graduation requirements/courses for that term, and final grades have been submitted by your professors.
UTSA Online has the following 100% online graduate programs:
No, your diploma will look like all other diplomas from The University of Texas at San Antonio.
No, you will need to go through the final audit process first. Then, diplomas will be mailed out about 60 days after the end of the term.
No, minors and concentrations are not displayed on your diploma.
Graduation is the process of being awarded a degree. Students must apply for graduation. Students must apply for graduation regardless if they plan to participate in Commencement.
Commencement is the ceremony held at the end of each fall and spring semesters. The ceremony in which the achievement of obtaining a degree is recognized and celebrated by the University and the student’s family.
Students will have the option to select to participate (optional) in commencement when applying for graduation if they want to walk the stage with all UTSA graduates at the ceremony.