Registrar's Office FAQs

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  • It takes four to six weeks for the Registrar's Office to post degrees.  

    Students are sent an email when the degree has been posted and diplomas are then mailed to the address entered on the electronic graduation application.

    Students with holds on their accounts will not have diplomas mailed until the holds are cleared.

  • Yes, you can order a replacement diploma by filing out the diploma replacement form. The fee is $25 and it takes about a week to process the request.

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    • Degree honors eligibility is calculated using both resident GPA and transfer GPA. A student must earn the minimum GPA at each of the levels
      of distinction: degree, major, second major or minor.

      Commencement honor cords will be given to students who participate in the Commencement Ceremony based on the student's cumulative GPA (including transfer GPA plus UW-Superior GPA) based on the prior semester's cumulative GPA.

      Honors posted on official transcripts will be based on the student's final cumulative GPA (including transfer GPA plus UW-Superior GPA) after all grades have been posted.

      Honors cord categories are as follows:

      • Summa Cum Laude 3.85 to 4.00 GPA (black, yellow, and white cords)
      • Magna Cum Laude 3.60 to 3.849 GPA (yellow cords)
      • Cum Laude 3.40 to 3.599 GPA (silver cords)

      NOTE: Degree honors and honors cords are only available for bachelor degree candidates.

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