In order to graduate with a certificate, associate, or bachelor's degree from Dunwoody College of Technology, students must meet all of the following graduation requirements:
- Complete all courses listed under the degree requirements on the academic plan that the student was assigned,
- Maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 in coursework applied to your academic plan, and
- Meet Dunwoody's residency requirement by earning a minimum 45% of your total technical credits (major requirements) in your field of study at Dunwoody.
Diplomas and Transcripts
Degrees are processed approximately four to six weeks following the end of the term. Diplomas are mailed to graduates who have fulfilled all financial obligations and returned all college property (laptops, library materials, etc.). Official transcripts can be requested on the Registrar's Office website.
Dunwoody students do not need to apply for graduation. A student's academic progress toward degree completion is monitored by their expected graduation date.
Graduating Dunwoody students are asked to complete a graduation survey and are invited to Countdown to Commencement on campus to prepare for graduation. Dunwoody also celebrates our graduates at our Graduate Reception where you can invite your family and friends to campus.
Dunwoody's Commencement Ceremony occurs following the spring semester. Graduate participation in commencement is encouraged, but not required. Participating in Commencement is not an indication of official graduate status. Information regarding Dunwoody's annual commencement ceremony is posted on the Commencement webpage.
Contact the Registrar’s Office at email@example.com or 612-381-3360 with any graduation questions.