As you anticipate graduation, there are several matters to which you should attend that will help your transition from student to graduate to go smoothly:
FACS 403, Professional Development, is the capstone course for all majors in the Family and Consumer Sciences Department. Register for this course in the spring semester before your anticipated graduation.
Request a graduation checklist from the Registrar’s office. This will reveal any missing classes in your course requirements that must be fulfilled before graduation.
This interview fulfills a graduation requirement. The student requests an appointment with the Department chair for an exit interview. This gives the student and the department an opportunity for discussion about the student’s future goals and plans and gives the student an opportunity to give feedback to the department regarding their experiences as a student in the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences.
Assessment Day is mandatory for all students and is also a requirement for graduation. Taking place in the spring, students will take an exam to assess their learning in the content of Family and Consumer Sciences. All students graduating in May or December of the current year should listen for the time and place announcements of this mandatory event. It is generally listed on the splash page, posted on classroom doors, and announced in classes.
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