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New Brunswick/Piscataway Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2007 Livingston College Degree Requirements Graduation  


Upon recommendation by the Livingston College faculty fellows, degrees are conferred by the university at the annual commencement convocation, held at the end of spring term. Only students who have completed all of their graduationrequirements by the official commencement convocation date will be listed as graduates of that year and permitted to participatein the annual ceremony. Students planning to graduate are responsible for completing a Diploma Information form and submitting it promptly to the registrar's office at the beginning of their final term. Deadline dates for submitting the Diploma Information form are posted on the Livingston College and registrar's web sites. Students completing degree requirements in October or January may ask the registrar for a certificate attesting to their completion of degree requirements. Diplomas are available approximately 90 days after certification. Students graduating in October and January are invited to attend the spring commencement convocation.

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