Application For Graduation and Notification of eligibility to Graduate
An Application to Graduate must be completed through the Web site with the Office of the Registrar by April 30 in the Winter term by each student who expects to graduate at the Spring Convocation.
An Application to Graduate must be completed through the Web site with the Office of the Registrar by September 8 of each year by each student who expects to graduate at the Autumn Convocation.
Graduate students must comply with the Application to Graduate process as set out by the School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies
and available at http://grad.uwo.ca/current_students/regulations/9.html
The onus is on students to verify, on their Application to Graduate, the degree and program of study to appear on their diplomas and transcripts. Applicants must inform the Registrar, in writing, if they wish to change their name, to question their degree designation, or to postpone their graduation.
Candidates who meet the requirements for graduation in the degree and program of study specified on their Application to Graduate will graduate at the Convocation specified on the Application. Students who fail to meet the requirements for the specified degree and program of study will not graduate at the specified Convocation and should consult the Dean of their Faculty regarding alternative graduation possibilities.
Upon receipt of Applications for Graduation, the Office of the Registrar will review the academic records to identify and advise those students who will not be eligible to graduate even with the successful completion of courses in which they currently are enrolled.
Bachelor/Baccalaureate Designations on Diplomas
The present designation of "Bachelor" on diplomas will be retained, but the designation of "Baccalaureate" is approved for use on diplomas upon request by individual students.
Business Administration - Graduation Requirements
To be eligible for graduation, fourth year students must meet the following requirements:
(a) Pass all coursesGraduation standards
(b) Obtain a grade of 70% or better in at least 1.0 course
(c) Obtain for each grade less than 60%, a balancing grade of 70% or better in courses of equivalent weight. A 1.0-course will be weighted equivalent to two 0.5 courses.
For students commencing in the HBA program as of September 1998, in order to graduate from HBA2:
(a) a student must pass all courses taken in HBA2 and must achieve 70% as a weighted overall average across all courses, orHonors
(b) a student may be "passed by faculty action" by a majority of the HBA2 teaching faculty attending the HBA2 grades meeting.
For students commencing in the HBA program September 1998 or thereafter,
- A student who achieves an overall average in HBA2 of at least 80.0% will be designated as "Pass with Distinction" on diplomas, transcripts and reports
- A student who achieves an overall average in each of HBA1 and HBA2 of at least 80.0% will receive the designation "Graduate with Distinction" on diplomas, transcripts and reports
- Approximately the top 10% of HBA2 students will be designated as HBA2 Dean's Honor List on transcripts and reports and
- A student who achieves Dean's Honor List status in both HBA1 and HBA2 will be designated as an Ivey Scholar on transcripts and reports.
- The HBA Gold Medal will be awarded to the student(s) with the highest average, where the average is calculated by a simple average of HBA1 year and HBA2 year results, in each year over all courses given credit by the HBA program, including courses not taken at Ivey.
Application for Graduation SR.05-230
Bachelor/Baccalaureate designations on diplomas S.95-50
Business Administration SR.98-161
Application for Graduation S. 9-14