Students who are candidates for graduation must register in MySPC to participate in the commencement ceremony. Before you register for commencement, please review your personalized advising report in MySPC, by clicking on ‘View My Advisement Report
’. If you have any questions about graduation requirements, contact an advisor who can perform a graduation check with you to determine if you are eligible to graduate.
Spring 2018 Commencement Deadline
The deadline to have your name in the commencement program is Friday, March 30, 2018.
If you miss the deadline,
you can still participate in the ceremony but will NOT see your name in the
Please note that if
you have elected to restrict the release of directory information, your
name will NOT be printed in the commencement program book unless you send an email to email@example.com.
How to register for commencement
- Log in to MySPC
- Choose My Learning Plan, from the top navigation
- Choose Register for Commencement
- Complete the checklist and submit. You will receive an auto-generated email to your student email address to confirm your registration. Three weeks before the ceremony we will send you an email with reminders about the event.
- If you need to make changes to your Commencement Checklist once it is submitted, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since SPC holds the commencement ceremony prior to degrees being verified, students are considered a candidate for graduation. Participating in the ceremony does not imply or suggest you have met all graduation requirements.
You will not receive a diploma at the commencement ceremony. Degrees are awarded after all graduation requirements are certified.
Graduation certification is made by Admissions and Records after final grades are verified. Your degree becomes official when it is annotated on your transcript and not by your participation in commencement exercises.
The commencement program is printed prior to the recording of grades for the term. For commencement program purposes only, it is necessary to identify honors designations for graduation candidates based on their all-college cumulative grade point average at the beginning of the term.