About to graduate? You’ve nearly made it!
Before you can receive your degree, there are a few things to keep in mind.
First of all, you must register in order to receive your degree, whether or not you are attending your Convocation ceremony.
Virtual convocation ceremonies
The live virtual convocation ceremonies are now over; however, they will remain available for viewing for approximately one month. Simply click on the link below. Thank you very much for participating.
We congratulate you on your academic achievements and wish you the very best as you prepare for the next stage of your life.
Evaluating whether you are eligible to graduate
At the beginning of your final term at the University of Ottawa, an automatic evaluation of your file is conducted to determine if you are eligible to graduate. If you are, an email will be sent to your @uOttawa.ca address with instructions on how to register.
Once you’ve registered, your faculty will analyze your file in greater depth to confirm that you meet your program requirements. Once you’ve successfully completed them, your name is submitted to the Senate to be confirmed for graduation. If for some reason your degree is not granted at this time, you must resubmit the form to register for the next Convocation.
If you have an amount owing on your University of Ottawa account (anything from a library fine to tuition fees), you will not be able to participate in the Convocation ceremony nor will you receive diplomas, certificates, transcripts or enrolment verification documents (statements of studies, statements of degrees conferred).