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Now that you're ready, be sure to register.

Would you like to participate in one of the KU School of Education Graduation Ceremonies? If so, you will need to register online. However, in addition to participating in our ceremony, you will also need to formally apply for graduation (ie: degree completion) through the KU's Office of the University Registrar.  In order to do so, simply log into your Enroll & Pay account and look for "Apply For Degree."  There are steps to follow, and if you have any questions, you can call the help line at 785-864-8080.

Please note: Applying for your degree does not register you to participate in the ceremony. Be sure to apply for your degree through Enroll & Pay, and also register to participate in our convocation ceremony. Not sure how to apply, view the instructions here.

Although the registration deadline is past, you are still welcome to register and participate.

Register online before Dec. 1.

Questions about convocation?

Paula Naughtin
Convocation Coordinator
KU School of Education

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