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Apply to Graduate
How do I apply to graduate?
To apply for graduation, you will first need to contact your advisor and/or college office to make sure that you will meet all of your requirements by the end of the intended graduation term. Once you have met with these offices, you can apply through Campus Connect under the Academic Progress tile. Select Apply to Graduate.
What are the deadlines to apply for graduation?
Undergraduate and Graduate students
- Fall Quarter: October 1
- Winter Quarter: January 15
- Spring Quarter: February 1
- Summer Sessions: July 15
Note: DePaul University will no longer be conferring degrees mid-summer. All summer graduates will have a conferral date in August at the end of the Summer Term.
College of Law
- Fall Semester: October 1
- Spring Semester: February 1
- Summer Semester: June 1
How long does it take to receive my degree?
To determine whether you are in fact eligible to graduate, your degree requirements will be reviewed at the end of the expected completion term you indicate. If you meet all requirements, your degree will be granted within 30 days after the end of the term. Please contact your college office or advisor to verify that you've met all the requirements.
What are the requirements for distinction?
Requirements for distinction/honors vary from program to program. To find distinction/honors requirements for your program, please contact your College or Department office.