Applying to graduate

If you are a domestic or international student, you can register your expected completion term in myEnrolment. This information will be used to assist in determining when you are eligible to graduate.

Step 1: Register your attendance

All students will be able to register their attendance at a graduation ceremony via myGraduation, or select an alternative conferral preference. You will be given the option to:

  • Attend your graduation ceremony

  • Have your degree conferred in your absence

  • Choose to attend a graduation ceremony within 12 months of your conferral

It is important that you continue to monitor your student email account to ensure you receive your invitation to register for graduation. You will have access to myUniSA for 18 months after your award is conferred and will not lose access to your student email account.

Once all options have been selected in myGraduation you will be able to make payment from 30 days before your graduation ceremony. Your invoice will be available in myUniSA with charges as follows:

  • Academic dress hire for the ceremony ($50.00)

  • Postage of your parchment ($10.00 registered mail within Australia or $20.00 DHL courier overseas) if you will not be attending your ceremony. 

Step 2: Confirm your details

myGraduation will provide you with an opportunity to check your name and program description before your parchment is printed. The parchment you receive is a legal document, and as such, it is important that your name is spelt correctly and in the order it appears on your passport, birth certificate or marriage certificate. Once your parchment has been issued, it cannot be re-issued with a name change at a later date.

myGraduation will allow you to submit a request for an amendment should any of your details be incorrect. Documentary evidence will also need to be provided to your nearest Campus Central office. Accepted identification includes your passport, birth certificate or marriage certificate.

Step 3: Settle outstanding fees

All outstanding University fees and charges must be paid before you are able to graduate, including overdue student loans and library fines. If you would like to discuss your outstanding debts, please call the Student Finance team on +61 8 8302 1112 or for library fines, please contact the Library directly.

For the March 2017 graduation ceremonies, payment of all outstanding debts must be received by the University no later than Wednesday 8 March 2017.