PPM 89-100-1 Application for Graduation (Procedure) on www.olc.edu

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                                                              BOT 10-28-10


A. Student Responsibility

   1.  It is the responsibility of the student to complete and submit an application for 
       graduation including the current non-refundable graduation fee for each 
   2.  It is the responsibility of the student to meet with a counselor and/or faculty 
       advisor who will make every effort to assist the student in this process. A 
       typed status sheet and written plan stating when and how the student will 
       meet the remaining requirements for graduation must also be submitted with 
       the application. Courses cannot be used more than once for any degree. 
   3.  It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that all degree requirements are met 
       successfully before June 1st “F’s” or “Incomplete’s” will not be deemed 
       satisfactory completion of requirements for any degree program. If a student 
       fails to complete the requirements for graduation by the June 1st deadline 
       then the student will have to reapply for graduation the following academic 

B.   Registrar’s Office 

   1.  The Registrar shall schedule meetings with district counselors to compare the 
       status sheets with the OLC transcripts to confirm that the student is making 
       progress. The Registrar will notify the student in writing, identifying courses 
       needed in order to complete degree requirements. 
   2.  The Registrar will prepare a roster by April 1st each year of students projected 
       to graduate that spring semester. This roster will be used for all graduation 
       planning functions. 
   3.  When grades have been posted at the end of the spring semester, the 
       Registrar will send out confirmation letters to all graduate applicants who have 
       successfully completed degree requirements. Denial letters will go out to 
       students who did not complete degree requirements. 

C.   Assessment 

   1.  All students graduating with an associate’s degree, or baccalaureate degree, 
       (or combinations thereof) will take part in Woiwanyanke Wounspe Day 
       (“Looking at oneself and what has been learned”). Results will be used only to 
       improve student learning. Scores on the assessments will not impede 
       graduation completion of any individual or group nor require additional 
       courses. (BOT 5/19/99)

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