File your Intent to Graduate
All Washington University students are required to file an Intent to Graduate in order to graduate or to participate in Commencement exercises. The deadline to file through WebSTAC was December 23, 2021.
If you missed the deadline, please contact your school registrar’s office as soon as possible.
Register for the Ceremony
Registration is required to attend the 161st Commencement ceremony. The deadline to register is May 6.
Registration is now closed.
Reserve your regalia
Regalia is required to participate in all Commencement ceremonies. Please have your regalia reserved online by April 5, 2022.
Regalia reservations are now closed. Please reach out to the Danforth Campus bookstore.
The registrar’s office will coordinate your diploma shipment once your degree is conferred by the Board of Trustees and Chancellor Martin. Please pay careful attention to the information below to ensure delivery of your diploma.
- Diplomas will be shipped to your Diploma Mailing Address in WebSTAC. If you do not have a Diploma Mailing Address listed, your diploma will be shipped to your Home Address listed in WebSTAC.
- Address changes made after Monday, May 16, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. CST will not be captured for diploma shipments.
The university offers certified electronic diplomas to all graduates along with your paper credential. Your certified electronic diploma will be ordered on your behalf and will take approximately 5-8 days to receive once diplomas are ordered. Instructions on how to obtain and download your diploma will be sent to your @wustl.edu email address. Your paper diploma will arrive approximately 2-4 weeks after degree conferral and you will receive notification once your diploma has been shipped.
Any additional questions or comments should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org along with your student ID number.
Report your Plans
Every year Washington University surveys all graduating students to gather information about their post-graduation plans. Please let us know what you have lined up or if you’re still figuring it out.