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Spring 2019 Commencement

Spring 2019 Commencement

Save the date: May 11, 2019
Everett Community College Walt Price Fitness Center
2206 Tower Street Everett, WA 98201

Commencement is the ceremony in which you celebrate and share the excitement, and importance, of your academic accomplishments with peers, family and friends.
Participating in commencement is optional, and is not required for your degree.

WSU Everett undergraduate students graduating in spring, summer or fall 2019 can register to walk in the Spring 2019 Commencement ceremony.
WSU Global Campus undergraduate students graduating in spring or summer 2019 from the Carson College of Business, Murrow College of Communication, Voiland College of Engineering or the College of Arts and Sciences will have the option to register to walk at the WSU Everett Commencement ceremony.

  • Undergraduate Student RSVP – link coming soon…
  • Faculty and staff RSVP – link coming soon…
Academic Regalia
  • Order regalia (cap and gown) – link coming soon…


Apply here to be the 2019 student speaker! Applications due February 15, 2019.

Apply for Graduation

Graduation is the process of paying a fee to get your actual degree and finishing all your academic requirements.

To be eligible to graduate and receive your diploma, complete these steps:

1. Apply for Graduation

Only students who have 90 completed credits and are certified in their major are eligible to apply for graduation. The Undergraduate Degree Application is available online through myWSU student center. Graduation status (eligible, applied, approved, awarded) can be found on the academics tab in your student center. Steps for completing the application can be found here. The graduation application fee is $50. Students who do not apply by the initial deadline will incur a late fee, please see important dates and deadlines for details.

2. Review Your Degree Audit

After applying for graduation, review your Academic Requirements Report in myWSU (Student Center>Academics>Academic Requirements) and report any discrepancies to your academic adviser. Please check your Academic Requirements Report carefully. If you have questions about University or General Education requirements, contact your academic adviser.

3. Complete Degree Requirements

All academic requirements must be completed at the time of graduation. This includes junior writing portfolio, University, General Education and degree program requirements.

4. Update Name in myWSU

If you have changed your name since applying for graduation, please notify the Office of the Registrar, Undergraduate Degrees Area. You will also need to submit a Request for Name Change form to Payroll Services, University Name and Address File Support Unit. The last name (surname) on your graduation application must be the same as the last name (surname) on your transcript. Your diploma is prepared from the information on your graduation application.

5. Update Address in myWSU

Update your mailing and home addresses in myWSU. Your diploma will be mailed to your home address after degrees have been conferred, approximately two months following your graduation date. Make sure that you notify the Office of the Registrar immediately if your address changes during that time.

6. Settle All Financial Obligations

Review your student account in myWSU, and also check your account 30 days after graduation. Any balance due on your student account will hold your diploma.




Register to Walk

Commencement refers to the actual ceremony that recognizes graduates, those who have earned or will earn their degree in Spring, Summer or Fall 2019. Participation in the commencement ceremony is not a guarantee or an indication of degree completion. To officially graduate from WSU, students must satisfy all university, college and departmental requirements for your degree.

1. RSVP for the Everett ceremony

Link coming soon…

2. Purchase your regalia rental.

Link coming soon…