Applying for Graduation

In order to receive a credential for their chosen program, all students must apply for graduation.

Graduation Application forms:

Students are encouraged to apply for graduation during the semester in which they complete their program requirements, according to the following Graduation Application Timelines:

Graduation Application Timelines

Completion Term Applications Open Application Submission Deadline All Required Courses Completed and on Student Transcript Deadline Graduation Letter Issued Parchment Issued
Fall Completion September 1 November 30 December 31 January 15 (International Students)

January 30 (Domestic Students)
Spring Completion January 1 February 1 (applications received after this deadline are subject to an additional $25 late fee)

March 15 (late application deadline)
April 30 May 15 (International Students)

May 30 (Domestic Students)
Summer Completion July 1 July 31 August 31 September 15 (International Students)

September 30 (Domestic Students)


  1. Where graduation applications are received and/or courses appear on student records after the deadlines noted above, your application will continue to be processed and graduation letters will continue to be issued. However, delays to the timeline noted above may be experienced. Parchment(s) may be delayed and issued with the following term's timeline.
  2. The last day to submit a late application for graduation to ensure processing is complete in time to participate in the annual Convocation Ceremonies in June 2022 is March 15. Applications received after March 15 may not be processed in time for June 2022 Convocation.


发放的羊皮纸上有学生的官方记录。根据学生的要求,首选或选择的名字可以添加到羊皮纸括号内。Students must request to add a preferred name on their graduation application, or in writing togradeval@m.citm549vp.comby the graduation application deadline.

Parchments are issued according to the timelines noted in the table above.

Application Assessment

Program requirements for graduation are based on the effective term a student enters their program (catalogue term). The catalogue term is often, but not always, the term in which a student is admitted to the College. Students can verify their catalogue term by logging into theSISand viewing their unofficial transcript.

Requirements for all programs can be found in the applicablecalendarfor that term. Students can also log into theSISand use the graduation evaluation tool to check their specific program requirements.

In addition to fulfilling specific program requirements, students must also adhere to the requirements set out in the Langara Credentials Policy. Catalogue term dates of January 1, 2014 or later are covered under thecurrent Credential PolicyandRegulations.

Graduation Exemption Requests

Students seeking exemptions from graduation requirements must submit a written request. The request should be submitted (along with an accompanyingGraduation Exemption Request Formand any relevant documentation) to Registrar & Enrolment Services.

Transfer Credits

All transfer credit requests should be submitted by studentspriorto their final term at Langara College. Students must submit aTransfer Credit Request Formand official transcript(s) to Registrar & Enrolment Services. Transfer credit must appear on student records by the last day of the term in which they will complete their graduation requirements in order to complete the final graduation process without delay. The transfer credit process takes a minimum of six to eight weeks. Any transfer credit requests, including all supporting documentation, should be submitted before January 3 in order to be processed in time for the June convocation date. Only completed, graded coursework will be evaluated for transfer credit. More information regarding transfer credit can be foundhere.

Outstanding Accounts

Students who have an outstanding debt to the College for any reason (college fees, library fines, overdue books, or equipment) will not be permitted to receive a parchment or official transcript from Langara. Upon clearing outstanding amounts owed to the College, students must inform Registrar & Enrolment Services. Students can check the status of their accounts under Account Balance & Payments throughlogin page.

Confirmation of Graduation

Once a student’s graduation application has been approved, a confirmation letter will be issued to the student by Registrar & Enrolment Services. A notation will also be added to the student’s transcript, indicating the program and the semester in which the requirements were completed.

Ordering Official Transcripts


If you require an official transcript that includes the credential awarded notation, please confirm that the notation appears on your record before placing an order for a transcript. Your unofficial transcript is available to view on Langara'slogin page.

Transcripts with graduation information are usually available to collect/mail out approximately by the second week of the semester following program completion, or by the end of May for students completing their program in April.

Receiving Parchments

Parchments are available for pickup up at the Registrar & Enrolment Services Office for approximately three to four weeks after issuance. Students will be emailed to notify them when parchments are available for pickup. For students who do not pick up their parchment during the designated pick up timeframe, their parchments will be mailed to the address on file. Please ensure that your mailing address is up-to-date! You can do this by reviewing your personal information on the LangaraStudent Information System (SIS). Students who are current or past employees of Langara College who need to update their address must do so throughWorkday.

Student Information Changes

If a student changes their name after submitting a Graduation Application Form, they need to complete aRequest for Change of Student Information Form. The form must be submitted, along with proper name change documentation, to Registrar & Enrolment Services. Address changes can be through Registrar & Enrolment Services or through Langara'slogin page. It is recommended that the student also notifies theGraduation Evaluation Teamof the change to ensure proper delivery of documents.

Graduation with Distinction

Students who achieve an overall grade point average of 3.67 or greater in the final 48 Langara credits of a degree program, the final 24 Langara credits of an associate degree, post-degree diploma, or diploma program, or the final 12 Langara credits of a post-degree certificate, or certificate program are eligible to graduate with distinction.

Students in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing will be assessed for graduation with distinction based on the final 30 Langara credits of regularly graded courses.

Students in the 90 credit Diploma in Theatre Arts at Studio 58 (Acting) and the 90 credit Diploma in Theatre Arts at Studio 58 (Theatre Production) will be assessed for graduation with distinction based on the final 36 Langara credits of regularly graded courses.

Graduation with distinction calculations are based solely on credits that are included in GPA (regularly graded courses).

The notation of “Graduation with Distinction” will appear on the academic transcript.