Graduation Information

ALL requirements for the Bachelor’s degree must be successfully completed prior to graduation to participate in graduation ceremonies, including successful completion of internship (if required). The college will determine who is eligible to participate in the graduation ceremony.  Students must participate in the ceremony that corresponds to the semester they graduate.

Junior and Senior Status:

After reaching 60 hours, students who meet or exceed the 60-hour performance standards specified by the college and major/department will retain their classification within the college. Juniors and seniors (3HH and 4HH respectively) will be monitored for progress toward the degree. All students must adhere to the policies of the college and the department to retain the HH classification.

Athletic Training:

Athletic Training is a limited access program, and therefore requires students to apply during the spring term of their sophomore year. To be eligible to apply, students must meet the all academic and clinical requirements. Students who are not selected in the competitive program will not be permitted to continue tracking as an Athletic Training major and will be changed to Applied Physiology and Kinesiology (APK).

For more information, contact your academic adviser.

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