Graduation Information

Graduation Application

Students must fill out a graduation application and turn in their $100 application fee for December 2015 graduation, by February 1, 2015. There is a $25 late fee for applications received after those dates.

Students must also meet with the Office of Student Records the semester before their expected graduation date in order to review degree progression.

Important Information

*Financial Aid: Students who have received federal student loans are required to complete loan exit counseling online at You are encouraged to meet with the Financial Aid Office if you have additional questions. Please contact them at 406.657.1096 or in the lower level of Prescott Hall.

*Career Services: Students should be aware that the services provided by Career Services remain available to them as alumni. Examples include help with résumés and interviews skills; access to local, regional, and national job postings that are geared toward recent college graduates; and assistance formulating a job hunt strategy. You are encouraged to meet with Lisa Wallace in the Office of Career Services if you have additional questions. She can be reached in the Bair Family Student Center, or at 406.657.1039.

*Temporary Health Insurance: Students who are interested in temporary health insurance until they are employed are encouraged to stop by the Dean of Students Office or contact them at 406.657.1018.

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