Preparing to Graduate

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If all goes as planned, it won't be long until you're ready to graduate. Students who meet all graduation requirements for any degree or certificate program must apply to graduate to receive their Eastern Florida State College degree, whether or not they plan to attend the commencement exercises. EFSC holds two ceremonies each year, at the end of the fall and spring terms. Summer graduates are invited to walk in the fall ceremony.

Degrees are not conferred until the end of the term and upon verification that all requirements have been met. Students are responsible for determining that they've met all graduation requirements and have no outstanding financial obligations to the College.

Congratulations To Our Fall 2017 Candidates!
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Diplomas will be mailed to the address on file via the US Postal Service for all graduates who meet requirements and do not have outstanding financial obligations. Please allow 6-8 business weeks after the date of graduation for receipt.

Need to verify and/update your address? It's easy! Log in to myEFSC and View/Update Address under Personal Information.

Still have questions? Email graduation@easternflorida.edu

 

Fall Candidates for graduation must apply to graduate. Applying online is easiest: view the tutorial for how-to instructions.
Note: The fall online graduation application will no longer available beginning Monday, December 11, 2017. Read more about a new guest ticket policy starting fall 2017.

  • Deadline: Thurs., October 19, 2017  - Applications submitted after October 19 will be charged an additional $20 late fee.
  • Please note: Graduation & Late fees are nonrefundable.

Commencement: Thurs., December 14, 2017. Times assigned based on student address/major.

View Commencement Ceremony Guide The Commencement Ceremony is held at the Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing Arts, Melbourne Campus. Graduates must arrive one hour prior to their service. Watch commencement live webcast & replays