Graduation is not an automatic process. University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown students who have 75 earned credits must apply for graduation.
The Application for Graduation may be downloaded or obtained from the Registrar's Office. The form must be turned in to the Registrar's Office. Upon review and final approval your degree is conferred and your diploma is ordered. All financial obligations to the University must be satisfied to receive your diploma.
Note: The name on your Graduation Application must be identical to the way it appears on the University's student information system. In order to change your name, you are required to provide legal documentation such as a birth certificate, marriage license, divorce decree, or court order.
Also note that graduates must register to participate in the 2017 Pitt-Johnstown Commencement ceremony on Saturday April 29, at the Sports Center.
Your diploma, along with a complimentary official transcript, will be mailed to you at no charge approximately four weeks after the end of your term of graduation. These documents will be mailed to the address provided on your graduation application. Please contact the Registrar's Office if this address changes. Upon receipt please check your diploma and transcript carefully and immediately notify the Registrar's Office of any discrepancies.
For information about ordering additional copies of your transcript, visit the Transcripts page.
If your anticipated graduation date changes, contact the Registrar's Office.
Note: A $15 fee will be assessed for any application received after the deadline.