As a graduating senior in the School of Engineering and Applied Science you are at the end of your undergraduate academic journey and have a bright future ahead. In preparation for your graduation please review the information and resources below to ensure you are on track to graduate and prepared or you next steps post-graduation.
In order to help ensure you are on track to graduate, the Office of Undergraduate Student Services and Advising host Rising Senior Pre-Clearance workshops during the spring of your junior year. At these workshops, we review the next steps in preparing for your senior year and how to complete a graduation audit to review with your Professional Advisor. These meetings are referred to “Graduation Pre-Clearance Meeting”
March | Rising Senior Pre-Clearance Workshops
May - November | Complete a Graduation Pre-Clearance Meeting with Professional Advisor
Each spring, the School of Engineering and Applied Science in conjunction with The George Washington University hosts two separate events to celebrate our graduates. The first event is the SEAS Celebration and Graduation Ceremony which recognizes our undergraduate students within the school and the second is the GW Commencement Ceremony recognizing all GW graduates on the National Mall. For more information, please review the websites below:
Degree-seeking students in all programs except Law should apply for graduation via the online graduation application in GWeb no later than the deadlines listed below. Please refer to the online application instructions for step-by-step assistance completing your application.
|Graduation Time||Application Deadline|
|Summer (participating in Spring)||March 15|
As a SEAS graduate, you have a life-long relationship with one another and with GW. For information on the many ways you can engage with and contribute to the GW community, please visit the SEAS Alumni and Friends, as well as the GW Alumni Association website to learn more about volunteer opportunities, networking events, and alumni benefits.
GW anticipates that all spring Commencement events will be virtual. However, some members of the class of 2021 have expressed interest in ordering regalia and keepsakes that can be shared with family, friends, and colleagues. If you would like to order academic dress and regalia, please visit the university's Commencement site to find the necessary information to do so.
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