Are You Graduating This Term?

| February 10, 2020
Submitted by Carolyn & Maddy for Student Experience - Academic

If this is your final academic term, you’ll want to be sure you’re on the list for June convocation. Here’s how:

  1. MBA students are not required to “Apply to Graduate” in Mosaic. The Student Experience Academic team has already reviewed your record and changed your status to “Eligible”. But if this is your final term and you do not see “Eligible” under the “My Graduation Status”, please contact
  2. Visit the Graduation Information Centre and complete the online form. Here you can let the university know that you’re planning to attend the ceremony, request guest tickets, or make arrangements to obtain your degree if you are not able to attend.
  3. View details of your Convocation ceremony. All ceremonies at McMaster are managed centrally through the Office of the Registrar. All questions about ceremony dates, details, tickets and diplomas can be directed to the Office of the Registrar website. The Office of the Registrar will communicate directly with students closer to the ceremony date.
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  1. Adrian Moores says:

    The system is closed for maintenance when I try to login – any idea of when it will re-open?

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