Convocation ceremonies represent a celebratory ‘rite of passage’ for our students – an opportunity to share academic accomplishments with their mentors, fellow graduates, and loved ones.
In order to be eligible to graduate, students must have completed the total required number of units for the Program:
|Bachelor of Arts (Honours)||114.0|
|Bachelor of Computing (Honours)||120.0|
|Bachelor of Fine Art (Honours)||120.0|
|Bachelor of Music||126.0|
|Bachelor of Physical and Health Education (Honours)||120.0|
|Bachelor of Science (Honours)||120.0|
|Bachelor of Art, Computing, Fine Art, Physical and Health Education and Science (General)||90.0|
You may only apply to graduate in the Program/Plan in which you are currently registered. If you require a change to your Program and/or Plan, please contact Student Services.
To be considered eligible to graduate, you will need to have met all of the academic requirements for your Program/Plan. You may view your academic advisement report in your Student Services Centre under: My Academics -> Academic Requirements. All shopping cart and planner courses must be removed prior to running the report.
Questions regarding your Plan requirements can be answered by your department(s).
To graduate, students must have a minimum GPA on all courses taken at Queen’s (cumulative GPA), as follows:
|Cumulative GPA||Degree Eligibility|
|1.60 or above||3-year degree:|
B.A., B.Sc., B.Cmp., B.F.A., B.P.H.E.
|1.90 or above||4-year Honours degree:|
B.A.(Hons.), B.Sc.(Hons.), B.Cmp.(Hons.), B.F.A(Hons.), B.P.H.E.(Hons.), B.Mus.
Specific course requirements for all these degrees remain unchanged.
You must formally "Apply to Graduate" through the Solus Student Centre.
Honour students are assessed by their department(s) to determine their eligibility to graduate. The Faculty Office assesses the three year general degrees and minor degrees.
Once you have completed your Application, you will need to monitor your status and include the number of guests you plan to bring by following the steps below:
An issue has been identified that may have affected the saving of your application in SOLUS. The current version of SOLUS only supports certain web browsers. For example, it does not support Google Chrome. Therefore, if you have applied to graduate using Google Chrome, the application may or may not have been saved correctly.
Once you have verified that your application has been saved, please continue to check ‘Maintain Convocation Details’ for:
If you are an undergraduate student who has applied to graduate and intends to enroll in a course in a future term, you must contact the Arts and Science faculty office and fill out a Return to Studies Form to be admitted into a post-degree program. You may then enrol in a course under the post-degree program in SOLUS.