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Deadline: Monday, February 12, 2018.

In order to graduateyou must complete the “Application for Graduation” process. The deadline to complete this process is Monday, February 12, 2018.. You must apply to graduate regardless of if you plan on attending your ceremony.

If you finished your program in December, will finish in April, or will finish this summer - in order to graduate, you must complete the “Application for Graduation” process now.  

The deadline to complete this process is this Monday, February 12, 2018.

Conveniently, you are able to apply to graduate online through SLC.me.

For your convenience, we have included the steps below that you need to follow in order to complete your application for graduation.

1.       Login to SLC.me

2.       Choose the  icon on the bottom right corner.

3.       Locate the program from which you are graduating and select Apply for Graduation under that program (not an Undeclared Program). If your program does not appear, please visit Student Services in Brockville or Cornwall, or your Academic School Office in Kingston to inquire.

4.       Select Summer 2018 as your expected graduation term (regardless of the semester you will finish classes)

5.       Choose Continue

6.       Choose Submit Application and your application will be complete

Please note that you can visit the View Graduation Status page at any time in order to check your application status.

Other important information below

Is your address up-to-date?

Please also ensure that your address is up-to-date with the College. You are able to check this through SLC.me > My Hub > Personal Information. If the address appears incorrect, click on Home Address and then either choose the edit button or you can add a new address. If you have troubles updating your address you can contact Student Services in Brockville and Cornwall, or your Academic School Office in Kingston to update as soon as possible.

Laurentian University collaborative programs

The only students who do not need to complete the St. Lawrence College Application for Graduation are students who are enrolled in Laurentian University collaborative programs. In the fall semester, these students would have completed a form from their Coordinator in order for Laurentian to process and release their credentials in the spring.

Graduating from more than one program?

You can only apply online to one of the programs for which you will be receiving a credential. Please apply only for that one program then visit Student Services in Brockville or Cornwall, or your Academic School Office in Kingston in order to complete a paper application for the other(s).

If you have not yet completed your Application for Graduation, please ensure you do so through
SLC.me by Monday, February 12, 2018. If you see this email after the deadline, you are still required to apply to graduate as soon as possible.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact the Convocation team at
convocation@sl.on.ca.

What to do if you have missed the "application for graduation" deadline

Even if you have missed the "application for graduation" deadline, you still must apply in order to graduate. Please make sure to apply as soon as possible if you have missed the deadline.

Not attending Convocation?

If you are NOT attending Convocation, please note this important information:

  • Credentials will be available in the Student Services office at your respective campus for one week after your designated ceremony:

                Cornwall graduates can pick up their credentials in Cornwall Student Services until June 8.

                Brockville graduates can pick up their credentials in Brockville Student Services until June 15.

                Kingston graduates can pick up their credentials in Kingston Student Services from June 18 – 22.

  • If you do not pick up your credential within the one-week time frame, it will be mailed to the address you have on file at the College. Please ensure this address is accurate.
  • You can expect to receive your credential within four weeks after your scheduled ceremony. If you have not received your credential after four weeks, you may contact the College to inquire by sending an email to Records@sl.on.ca.

Returned diplomas will be kept on file for one year. If you do not make arrangements to obtain this official document, it will be destroyed and a replacement charge will apply.