Congratulations, Graduates! We are so proud of you!
Our 2021 Virtual Graduation Celebration is available for viewing until June of next year.
StageClip CoE Graduation Site: View any of the three ceremonies, as well as student clips. Students can download and share their clips too!
College of Ed YouTube Channel: View any of the three ceremonies, as well as the pre-event slide show!
And don't forget to use the hashtag #EduDawgs21 as you view and continue to celebrate!
Frequently Asked Post-Graduation Questions
When will I see my grades and my degree posted on my transcripts?
Spring quarter grades were posted to transcripts during the week following the end of Spring quarter. If you did not receive a final grade in a course, please contact that instructor for more information. If you received an incomplete in a course (a grade of "I"), make sure you contact the instructor so that you understand what is expected of you prior to receiving a final grade.
Degrees should be posted to transcripts before the end of June. If you have any questions about this contact our office and we will work with you to understand the circumstances.
When will I receive my diploma?
Diplomas are mailed to the address you have on record in MyUW approximately 8-12 weeks following the end of the quarter you receive(d) your degree. Additional information about diplomas and degree verification is available on the UW Registrar's website.
If I was in a program that led to certification, when will I receive information about certification?
After verifying that you have successfully completed your certificate program you will be recommended to the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction for your official certificate. Michael Nielsen, our Certification Officer, will contact you when that has happened so you can then log into your E-Cert account to complete the certificate application. It can take 3-4 weeks from the time you submit your application for the certificate to be issued. Feel free to contact Michael directly if you have any questions.
How can I stay in touch with the College of Education?
There are many ways to stay in touch with the College of Education, including Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook and YouTube. Also stay in touch with your major adviser or faculty adviser -- they are an important part of your professional network!
This page was last updated on June 17, 2021.
Frequently Asked Questions about the Virtual Graduation Celebration
- College of Education Event Information for Graduates
- College of Education Event General Information
- University of Washington Commencement
- Degree Completion & Graduation Requirements
- How to Contact Us
Who can participate?
Those students completing their degrees from Summer 2020 through Summer 2021 may participate in the College of Education ceremony, even if they have not yet completed their coursework.
What steps do I need to take ahead of time?
- Through Thursday, June 10: Register for our Drop-By event for graduates. Graduates who do not attend, or who register after June 1st, will have the graduation program and gift mailed to the address you indicated on the CoE graduation survey; if you did not complete the CoE graduation survey, your gifts will be sent to the local address listed in your MyUW account.
This event will take place on June 11th from 2:00-6:00pm, with all participants and staff required to follow the University of Washington’s COVID-19 protocols.
In order to attend the event, graduates must register for a 15-minute appointment. Appointment registration is required for this event. We will not be able to accommodate walk-ups, and guests are strongly discouraged.
A professional photographer will be present at this event to take photos of attendees with a festive backdrop. Please remember to bring your graduation regalia if you’d like to be photographed in your cap and gown!
June 11: Join us for our Virtual Graduation Celebration! See details on how to join the celebration at the top of the page!
How do I order graduation regalia?
To order graduation regalia (cap and gown, honor cords, extra tassels, stoles of gratitude) you must have registered for UW Commencement by May 16.
When will I receive my University of Washington diploma?
The University of Washington mails diplomas to students after after all degree requirements are verified. Please review this information from the Office of the Registrar for details.
How do I join the online celebration?
The link to join the online celebration will be posted here in early June, 2021.
What is the program for the event?
The formal program will begin promptly at 7:00 pm, followed by recognition of graduates at approximately 7:45 pm. All segments will be available to view afterwards.
How can I receive a printed copy of the 2021 College of Education Graduation Program?
A graduation program and gift will be sent to the address listed in graduates' UW student records. We recommend that graduates update their mailing addresses in MyUW. Drafts of the program were circulated through CoE listservs during the week of May 17.
Where can I find information about the University’s Commencement Ceremony?
This year’s University of Washington Commencement Ceremony will take place online, on the afternoon of Saturday, June 12. For more information, please visit the Commencement website.
How do I Apply to Graduate?
If you plan to complete your degree in Spring 2021, make sure that you complete one of the following steps:
- Bachelor’s Students: Submit your Application to Graduate (see your academic adviser for assistance).
- Master’s Students: Submit your Master’s Degree Request.
- EdS Students: Submit your EdS Degree Request.
- Doctoral Students: Submit your Request for Final Examination (aka dissertation defense).
Where can I find additional information about degree completion?
- Bachelor of Arts (BA) Degree Students: contact your academic adviser.
- Master of Education (MEd) Degree Students: contact the Office of Student Services.
- Master in Teaching (MIT) Degree Students: contact your program director or the Teacher Education Program office.
- Educational Specialist (EdS) Degree Students: contact your faculty advisor or the Office of Student Services.
- Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) & Doctor of Education (EdD) Degree Students: contact the Office of Student Services.
Additional Questions or Concerns?