You have worked hard for years. You’ve rearranged schedules, balanced family and job responsibilities … there’s no way you don’t want to cross that finish line.
A record number of your fellow students have applied to graduate. Are you ready to join them as a member of the Union County College Class of 2012? If you plan to transfer to an in-state four-year college, completing your Associate’s Degree improves the transferability of your credits you have earned at Union County College.
If you have not applied for graduation and you will have earned 64 credits by the end of the semester (or at least 30 if you are in a certificate program); visit the Counseling Center in Cranford, Elizabeth, or Plainfield to review your transcript with a counselor.
You can still graduate with a graduation date of spring 2012 on your official transcript. However, if you apply late, your diploma may arrive after May 23, 2012 and your name may not appear on the commencement program.
You should contact Counseling Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or 908-709-7525.