What do I need to know about graduation?
As you prepare for graduation, take a moment to consider the difference that you can make as a Griffith Graduate of Influence. In this video, Senior Deputy Vice Chancellor, Professor Debra Henly, talks here about the Griffith values of making a positive difference. in local and global communities.
Graduation is an exciting time, and just like your studies, preparation and planning can ensure that everything works smoothly.
What to do leading up to graduation
- Follow Your Steps to Graduation to ensure that you are well prepared.
- Check your graduation status via myGriffith > myGraduation by the stated deadline.
- Carefully check the information below on your systems access
What happens to my systems access?
Your computing access will change on the day your award is conferred (this may be different from the day of your graduation ceremony).
If your award is conferred in a non-ceremony round, your access will change before you are invited to a graduation ceremony.
Check information on access to student systems when finishing studying for more information on systems including: