Review MyDegrees to see if and when you will graduate

  • Login to MyDegrees to confirm that you have all majors, minors, options, Honors College, etc. declared officially. If you do not, you must meet with the department offering the credential to declare it.

  • Students can review when courses are offered in the Biology and Zoology major advising guides and the Schedule of Classes. Students can calculate how long it will take to graduate by adding up the credits of the remaining courses in all majors, minors or other parts of their degree and dividing by the number of credits they normally take in a term (typically 15). Students also need to complete 180 total credits, and this may require additional credits beyond required courses.

  • If all boxes are checked and no deficiencies noted in MyDegrees you will automatically graduate the term your requirements are completed. Follow up with your advisor about any issues with remaining degree requirements or courses that are not tracking properly in MyDegrees. Make sure you register for BI 498 Senior Biology Field Test in your final term, or in the last spring term you will attend if you will complete your final required coursework in summer.

  • Additional information about graduation can be found on the Corvallis campus graduation website. or Ecampus graduation website. Questions about the graduation process or diplomas can be addressed to the Graduation Clerk.

File for Commencement

  • Commencement happens once a year in June. You can walk at Commencement in the spring if you will complete courses by the end of summer term. Students who plan to attend commmencement must RSVP their intention to attend through Online Services (see the commencement website for details).