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Graduations

Due to the continued COVID-19 Victorian lockdown please ensure you regularly check for emails from the Graduation Office and Reed Graduation Services for any changes to graduation events.

A graduation ceremony is a formal event to acknowledge your achievements and allow you to celebrate with family and friends. We have developed robust procedures under our COVIDSafe Plan to keep our staff, students and communities safe.

Graduation ceremony attendance will be capped, in accordance with government health advice.  The University has scheduled a greater number of ceremonies with reduced attendance numbers at each.  Graduates will not be grouped by program or School; they will select a ceremony to attend, and once it reaches capacity it will be closed and no additions/exceptions can be made.

Graduation photography will be available at the ceremony.

Please note that changes to the government health advice may affect ceremony details and attendance limits.

Students expecting to complete

When final grades have been published, potential graduates will be identified, assessed and student records updated. During key periods, this process will be undertaken at regular intervals.

Action required: You must check your unofficial transcript to confirm you have the correct amount of credit points displayed. Students will not be identified if credits or grades are missing.

Once assessed as eligible to graduate, the Graduation Office will email you to confirm your award and provide further information.

You must update your contact details in My Student Centre to include a current alternate email address. This alternate email address will be used to send you graduation information, and must be monitored. Graduation information will not be sent to your student email.

Completion Letters

Completion letters will be available 2 days after the results publication date  for students with no outstanding grades or study plan issues.

Requests for completion letters where grades have been amended or finalised after the result publication date may take up to two weeks to be processed.