Office of the Vice President/Dean of
Phone ext 2240
E- mail email@example.com
APPLYING FOR YOUR DEGREE
Degrees are awarded at the end of Fall, Spring, or Summer. An
application must be turned in to show that the student is
scheduled to complete degree requirements by the end of the
semester. The deadline to apply
for graduation will be early in the semester (announced on the website).
Turn in the following to the Office of the Dean of Instruction
before the deadline:
a copy of your transcript, available from your advisor
"Application for Degree" form, available from your advisor
or one of these locations:
Office of the Dean of Instruction, 121 Pendley
Office of Workforce/Technical Division, 148 Pendley
Office of Extended Day, 111 Pendley
Admissions Office, 109 Student Center
Textbooks, Etc., 100 Annex
NO CHARGE to have
your degree posted on your transcript (but you still
have to apply by following steps 1-3)
$20 if you want a diploma with keepsake cover
$36 to purchase your cap and gown if you want to participate
in the annual ceremony in May
If you pay by check, please make it payable to Northeast Alabama
Community College. If you are a WIA or TRA student, please write
WIA or TRA at the top of the application, and WIA or TRA
will pay for one diploma, cap and gown.
The annual graduation ceremony in May is for every student who
has earned a degree since the previous May. All graduates are
encouraged to cross the stage and be honored. To participate, complete the part of the "Application for Degree" form
concerning cap and gown purchase, and you will be contacted
about the exact date and time as May approaches.
A student shall be awarded the Associate in Arts, Associate in
Science, Associate in Applied Science and Associate in
Occupational Technologies degrees upon satisfactory completion
of the requirements of the specific program as specified by the
college granting the degree and the State Board of Education.
A student must:
Complete a minimum of 60 semester credit hours in an
approved program of
study, including prescribed general education courses.
Earn a 2.0 cumulative grade point average in all courses
attempted at the
institution. A course may be counted only once for
purposes of meeting
Complete at least 25 percent of semester credit hours at
granting the degree.
Provide official transcripts from all colleges
previously attended. Note:
Transferred coursework accepted for credit toward an
must represent equivalent collegiate coursework relevant
to the degree.
A student is not required to pay graduation fees or
participate in commencement
ceremonies in order to be designated as a graduate on the
The chief academic officer shall approve the formal award
when the student meets
all requirements for graduation.
Transcripts will not be provided to a student nor forwarded
to any other institution or organization until after the
student has fulfilled all financial obligations to the
degree program has specific course requirements, available at
either of the following locations on this website: