Apply to Graduate

All students must apply for graduation by the deadline in order for the degree to be conferred. Students apply through their MyUNT under Academic Records when graduation applications for that semester opens.

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Important Deadlines

Fall 2021 Graduates

Applications available:

Monday, March 22, 2021

Deadline to apply for degree conferral

 

Bachelors - Monday, September 20, 2021
Master and Doctoral applicants - Friday, October 8, 2021

Deadline to RSVP
to participate in commencement ceremonies:

 

 

RSVP deadlines will be updated once more information is available. Stay up to date at commencement.unt.edu.

 

 

Spring 2022 Graduates

Applications available:

Monday, October 4, 2021

Deadline to apply for degree conferral



Bachelors – Monday, February 14, 2022

Master and Doctoral - Friday, March 11, 2022

Deadline to RSVP
to participate in commencement ceremonies:

 

 

RSVP deadlines will be updated once more information is available. Stay up to date at commencement.unt.edu.
 

 

 

 

Summer 2022 Graduates

Applications available:

Monday, October 4, 2021

 

Deadline to apply for degree conferral

 

 

Deadline to RSVP
to participate in

 

Bachelor to walk spring 2022 -Monday, February 14, 2022

Bachelor – Monday, July 11, 2022

Master and Doctoral - TBA

 

RSVP deadlines will be updated once more information is available. Stay up to date at commencement.unt.edu.

Withdraw Graduation Application

When undergraduate students no longer wish to graduate or applied in error, they may request for their graduation application (s) be withdrawn. Once an application is withdrawn, students must re-apply for graduation online.

Withhold Directory Information

If you have previously requested that the Registrar’s Office “Withhold Directory Information” concerning your academic records we will not be able to verify your degree to potential employers. If you no longer want directory information withheld, please see How to Request the Release of Directory Information.

What to Expect After You’ve Applied

Applications are reviewed during the semester applied for. Emails about the application status are sent during the middle and end of the semester. Once approved, an email will be sent with graduation information, final requirements, and additional notes. Please make sure to check your UNT email for updates.

Information on commencement will be sent either by mail or email approximately one month before the ceremony. 

The awarding of degrees will begin after final grades are official, typically the following week after the end of the semester. If all degree requirements have been met, degrees will be posted to the UNT transcript, and a diploma will be ordered on the student’s behalf and mailed to the student’s address type “mailing”. Students should make sure their mailing address is up to date. 

Graduating students needing an official transcript may order an official transcript online during that semester and select, “Hold For Degree.”

  • For more information about graduation requirements please see the Academics section of the UNT Catalog.
  • Regalia Deadlines: For regalia pre-orders and important regalia deadlines, please visit the UNT Commencement website.
  • Master's and doctoral graduation applications are processed through Toulouse Graduate School. For further information regarding graduation applications and processes call (940) 565-2383 or visit tgs.unt.edu.
  • First Bachelors:
    • $1,000 Tuition Rebate: Form must be received prior to the end of the graduating semester.
    • Graduation with Honors: Latin Honors will be printed on eligible diplomas.
    • Eagle Express: Students participating in the Eagle Express Tuition Plan are encouraged to apply for graduation as soon as possible. Eligible students will receive the incentive automatically after applying to graduate and registering for their final term of enrollment. For more information, please visit eagleexpress.unt.edu or call 940-565-3225.
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