A student who is not on track to graduate has been notified by the Office of the Registrar in addition to the student’s advisor. A student who continues to not be on track will be removed from the graduation list and notified the weeks leading up to commencement. In most cases, the assumption will be that requirements will be completed during the summer semester. When a determination regarding completion during the summer cannot be made, the student will be removed as a graduation candidate. An audit that is not marked In-Progress in the header should contact their advisor right away as this means the student is ineligible to graduate.
Per the Memo sent from the Provost’s Office on March 4, Alternative Grades are available for Spring 2021.
The deadline to submit the alternative grade request is May 17, 2021. The exception to this deadline is graduating students on a commissioning track and students graduating with a degree in Nursing. To ensure the timely processing of the grades, these students must complete their request for the alternative grading option no later than NOON, EST on April 30, 2021.
Degree audits will be made by the Registrar staff in the following order of priority:
1) Commissioning students – by Saturday, May 1, 2021
2) Graduating Nursing students who are scheduled for NCLEX exams – by Friday, May 7, 2021
3) All other Graduating students - by Monday, June 1, 2021
Per the Memo sent from the Provost’s Office on March 4, and the Alumni Affairs 48 Days Until Graduation March 15, 2021, the Diploma and the commemorative diploma tube for Spring 2021 graduates will be sent priority mail to eligible students the first week of June to the address listed the Application for Graduation. To make adjustments, before June 1, send an email with the student ID A#, student name, state diploma mailing address update with correct address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
An eligible student is one who has a degree conferred and has no outstanding debt to the University.
A student who borrowed Federal Student Loans is required to complete Student Loan Exit Counseling. This can be completed now. Questions may be directed to email@example.com.
A transcript to affirm a degree credential may be ordered now for currently enrolled students. The order must be marked hold for degree. Transcripts will be processed the first week of June. A student who is completing coursework off-campus should request the transcript no sooner than the first week of June. A student required to affirm a degree may request a letter from the Registrar prior to the release of official transcripts for reasons such as employment. The request for a letter must be sent from the Norwich student email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The student must include student ID A#, student name, where the letter is to be sent and to whom, and any specific information to be included. If GPA is to be released a completed Personally Identifiable Information release is required and no email is necessary. Login to Registrar's Sharepoint site to access.