Get answers to your questions about commencement at UMGC Asia.
Associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degree candidates will receive an e-mail invitation to RSVP online beginning in late February. Both e-mail invitations will contain a link to our online commencement registration system. Follow the instructions in your RSVP e-mail.
Please contact Student Services (if you're an undergraduate student) or Graduate Programs (if you're a graduate student) in UMGC Asia or UMGC Europe. Student Services or Graduate Programs will confirm your graduation status with the Graduation Certification Team. You can reach the Office of Student Services in Asia at email@example.com. Once your graduation status has been confirmed, Commencement Services will send you detailed information about the Adelphi commencement, along with a link to RSVP online.
No. You will receive a congratulatory letter from UMGC President Dr. Gregory Fowler inside of your diploma cover when you cross the stage. Diplomas are mailed about six to eight weeks after each conferral date; for example, if your MBA was awarded in September, your diploma should have arrived by Thanksgiving. Please update your mailing address at MyUMGC to ensure smooth delivery of your diploma.
Academic honors are based on your cumulative GPA at UMGC. You must have earned at least 30 credits at UMGC in courses for which a letter grade and quality points were assigned. For honors to be conferred with a second bachelor’s degree, you must have a total of 30 new UMGC credits and the requisite GPA.
- Cum Laude = 3.800 to 3.900
- Magna Cum Laude = 3.901 to 3.999
- Summa Cum Laude = 4.0
White cords represent Cum Laude. Blue cords represent Magna Cum Laude, and gold cords represent Summa Cum Laude.
There will be a limited supply of regalia for purchase available at the ceremony on a first-come, first-served basis. Please notify the UMGC Asia Office of Student Services as soon as possible if you do not receive your regalia on time.