Ceremony dates and times

Graduation ceremonies are held during Semester 1 and then again during Semester 2.

Submit online request form to the Graduation office to make arrangements for collection or postage of your testamur if you do not want to attend a graduation ceremony.

There is no option to attend a ceremony after you have received your certificate/testamur.

Semester one - March 2020

Update - 16 March 2020

All Federation University graduation ceremonies due to be held in March/April 2020 have been postponed in line with Australian Government restrictions on mass gatherings as part of the national response to coronavirus COVID-19.

Replacement dates will be published once confirmed.

2020 - Semester two graduations

When your final grades have been published, your eligibility to graduate will be assessed and your student record will be updated in the student management system.

You will be sent an email from Reed Graduation Services when the online portal is open, inviting you to login and submit your graduation attendance / non attendance details for the next graduation event.

Please update your contact details in MySC to include a current alternate email address to ensure you receive graduation communication as your student email address will not be used for this communication.

If you do not want to attend a ceremony and require your testamur before the portal opens, please contact the graduation office via the online contact request form, to make arrangements.

Please note:to be eligible to attend a semester two graduation in 2020, your results must be finalised and published into My Student Centre by 24 August 2020.

Graduation ceremonies for semester two 2020 are provisionally scheduled for October.  Dates will be confirmed prior to registration opening.

Ballarat - to be confirmed
Gippsland - to be confirmed

Overseas (offshore) celebrations

Some Federation University Australia partner providers hold graduation celebrations overseas. Students should contact their place of study for further information.