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Commencement celebrates the accomplishments of students who have successfully completed all the requirements necessary for their degrees.

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Graduation Commencement Information

Commencement celebrates the accomplishments of students who have successfully completed all the requirements necessary for their degrees.

“Walking” is the term used to indicate student participation in commencement exercises. Walking in Casa Loma College’s Commencement exercises, however, does not necessarily indicate degree completion or a guarantee thereof. Only when all requirements are completed will a student’s degree be awarded.

Eligibility to Walk
Students who have completed all degree requirements are eligible to walk in the college commencement ceremonies. In addition, students who are within nine (9) credits of completing all degree requirements and have a plan to complete all remaining requirements and/or  who have completed at least 60 percent of the clinical component of their program may, with the approval of their program director, walk in the college commencement ceremonies. 

Diplomas
Students will receive a diploma upon completion of all hours and requirements and clearance from applicable departments as indicated on Diploma Release Form. Diplomas are issued as students complete their program, generally during the program exit interview.

Graduation Awards

  • Valedictorian – student with the highest overall GPA within each program
  • Salutatorian – student with the second highest GPA within each program
  • Perfect Attendance Recognition – Green Cord
    • No absences throughout the entire program
    • One or two tardy qualify
    • Three or more tardy in a course or semester does not qualify.
    • Students who have repeated a course are eligible for perfect attendance award if the above criteria have been met in both the original and repeated course.

Academic Honors

  • Cum Laude: 3.50 to 3.69 Overall GPA
  • Magna Cum Laude: 3.70 to 3.89 Overall GPA (Silver Cord)
  • Summa Cum Laude: 3.90 to 4.00 Overall GPA (Gold Cord)

Students who have repeated a course are eligible for honors awards; and, although the first grade will not count towards the final program GPA, the credits/hours attempted will count towards configuration of final program GPA.

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