Intent to Graduate

Students must confirm the first semester they are eligible to graduate by completing an Intent to Graduate form. Students eligible to graduate in Fall 2018 must complete the Intent to Graduate form by November 1, 2018.

Please read the information below carefully, and follow the steps to ensure your survey is ready for review.

  1. Review the Online Graduation Orientation.
  2. Run an Interactive Degree Audit online to view if all requirements have been met.
  3. Confirmation of graduation is based on the Interactive Degree Audit reflecting 100% completion of requirements:
    • All transfer work must be completed and applied to UT records by November 1, 2018.
    • Substitutions/overrides must be complete on the degree audit (contact your departmental academic advisor if you think your Interactive Degree Audit doesn't reflect major-specific coursework appropriately).
    • All core curriculum and curriculum flag petitions must be submitted and approved through the School of Undergraduate Studies (UGS) by November 1, 2018.
    • All Residency Requirements must be met in order to graduate.
  4. Students are responsible for turning in any equipment and other property belonging to the Cockrell School of Engineering and for paying all fees. Failure to comply may result in the withholding of a student's diploma and official transcript.
  5. Ready? Submit your Intent to Graduate form
    • If you receive an error message when you attempt your survey, please contact your departmental academic advisor.
    • The Intent to Graduate form will be available on August 28, 2018 but all submitted forms will be reviewed once official enrollment occurs: September 17, 2018.

Students not currently enrolled for Fall 2018 must complete graduation In Absentia.

If, at graduation, a student has attempted no more than three semester hours beyond the minimum number of hours required for their degree, they may be eligible for a $1,000 tution rebate.

For more information, please contact a Graduation and Certification Advisor in the Engineering Education and Research Center (EER), room 2.848, or send an e-mail to

Getting Your Diploma

It may take six-eight weeks for a student to receive his or her diploma, which will be mailed to the student's permanent address. To ensure you receive yours, make sure to update your address with the Registrar's address change form.