Preparing to Graduate


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 Spring 2016 Candidates!
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Diplomas will be mailed via the U.S. Postal Service to the current address on file for all spring graduates who meet requirements and do not have outstanding financial obligations. Please allow four to six business weeks after the May 12 graduation date to receive your diploma. 

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


Summer 2016 Candidates for graduation must apply to graduate. Applying online is easiest: view the tutorial for how-to instructions. Note: The summer online graduation application is now available.

  • Deadline: Thurs., July 7, 2016 - Applications submitted after July 7 will charged an additional $20 late fee.
  • Early Summer I Deadline: Thurs., June 9, 2016*

          *Note: Students who complete all coursework in the first six-week summer term B may apply to have their degree posted early.All diplomas will be mailed 6-8 business weeks after the end of full summer term.

BAS Candidates must meet with a BAS advisor and complete the Bachelor's Graduation Application

Summer graduates are invited to walk in the fall commencement ceremony. Please RSVP on your Intent to Graduate application or email


Have You Checked Your Address?


Make sure your current address is on file! The post office will not forward EFSC mail, including diplomas & transcripts.