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SPC > Students > Graduation > Graduating from SPC
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Graduating from SPC


    Saturday, December 14, 2019
    Three ceremonies will be held:
    9 a.m. - 12 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    First Baptist Church of Indian Rocks
    12685 Ulmerton Road, Largo, FL

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    By the numbers

    fall 2018 graduation
    This spring, St. Petersburg College awarded 2,171 degrees and certificates. Learn more.  

  • ImportantGraduation Candidates
    You will be notified if you are a candidate for graduation at your SPC email address approximately six weeks after the term begins. If you do not receive a notification and think you should graduate at the end of the term, please contact your academic advisor who can perform a graduation check with you.
    We value your opinion! As you complete your degree at St. Petersburg College, you are in the position to help us understand the needs and expectations of our students and offer feedback on how we can improve our Academic and College Services.
    Please provide your opinion about certain key areas and activities of SPC by completing this short survey.
    ImportantSUMMER 2019 GRADUATES
    Check your MySPC email beginning September 18th for your invitation to participate in the Fall 2019 Commencement ceremony. Details on how to RSVP will be included. Plan to join us on Saturday, December 14th to celebrate your accomplishments.

    Graduation means you have officially and successfully completed all of your degree requirements that will be recorded on your official transcript. Our Admissions and Records office will certify your graduation and officially confer your degree after final grades are verified at the end of the term. To be eligible, you must be registered for all classes that are required to complete your degree or certificate in the term. The degree completion will be reflected on the official transcript throughout the processing period.

    Final responsibility for meeting graduation requirements rests with you, the student.

    There is no need to apply for graduation. You will automatically be evaluated for the program you are currently pursuing and any degree or certificate embedded within that program.

    Students are responsible for determining that all graduation requirements are complete. It is highly recommended that you meet with your Academic Advisor prior to your last semester in order to review your records and ensure all graduation requirements will be met.

    Please review your progress by logging into MySPC. Under My Academic Status, select the option ‘View My Advisement Report’ to check your status. 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.

    Graduation Honors
    The College gives special recognition to students in a degree program (Bachelor's and Associates) who demonstrate outstanding academic performance while working toward a degree. Honors distinctions is based on your final cumulative GPA. Certificates are not eligible for honor distinctions. The following chart list the graduation GPA distinctions:

    Associate 3.3 - 3.49 Honors
    Associate & Bachelors' 3.5 - 3.69 Cum Laude (with Honors)
    3.7 - 3.89 Magna Cum Laude (with High Honors)
    3.9 - 4.0 Summa Cum Laude (with Highest Honors)

    Honor students are recognized at the commencement ceremony and honors distinctions will be shown on final transcripts.

    YOUR DIPLOMA will be sent to your Student Mail Address listed in your MySPC account under Personal Information. If your mailing address has changed, please log in and edit your record. If you wish your diploma sent to a different address, add a new address and designate it as your diploma address type.

    The NAME ON YOUR DIPLOMA will be the name listed on your MySPC account. If you wish to have your middle name or initial included, send an email request from your SPC email to spcdiplomas@spcollege.edu 

    If a name change is required, you must submit a copy of one of the following documents to Admissions and Records or your campus registration office: driver's license, marriage certificate, divorce decree, Social Security card or a legal document indicating a change of name.

    When to Expect Your Diploma
    After all graduation requirements are verified and the degree conferred, expect to receive your diploma by the end of January 2020. To ensure delivery, make sure your address is updated and accurate since that is the address your diploma will be sent. Verify your current mailing address through MySPC. If you have further questions about your diploma send an email to graduationquestions@spcollege.edu.

    Honors designation on your diploma is based on your final cumulative GPA. Certificates are not eligible for honor designation.

    A $15 diploma fee for a duplicate or replacement is required. Contact graduationquestions@spcollege.edu if you have any questions.

    Transcript Request
    Official transcript requests are made through your MySPC account. The degree completion will be reflected on the official transcript throughout the processing period.

    Make sure your degree has been conferred and applied to your transcript before you request a transcript. If you have questions about ordering or sending out your SPC transcript, please send an email to spctranscripts@spcollege.edu