Applying for graduation
Every Franklin student must complete a graduation application to receive a diploma, even if you do not plan to participate in the commencement ceremony. The graduation application can be found through the myTools link in your my.franklin.edu account. **Please note that if you fail to graduate in the trimester for which you apply, you must complete a new application for any subsequent trimester, including required fees.**
***If you are planning a move in the trimester of your graduation, please contact the Registrar's Office directly to confirm your mailing address.***
Graduation applications for the Spring term are due by January 27, 2020. A late application fee will apply after this date.
Undergraduate student fee:
There is a $65 fee due with your application.
Graduate student fee:
There is a $85 fee due with your application.
Doctorate student fee:
There is a $150 fee due with your application.
Applications received from January 28 through February 10 will be assessed a $100.00 late fee. Applications will NOT be accepted after February 10.
Outstanding balances: All outstanding balances must be paid in full by April 3. In order to pick up your regalia and participate in the graduation ceremony, all outstanding balances must be paid. All payments by check must be submitted no later than March 30.
- Franklin University will not issue diplomas or transcripts to students with unpaid balances.
Students with Deferred Tuition
If you are on the Deferred Tuition Payment Plan, any outstanding tuition balance is due in advance of the normal deferred payment date. There is no extension allowed as in other trimesters.
Preliminary Degree Audit
Upon review of your graduation application, you will receive an email from your academic advisor confirming the status of completion of your degree requirements.