June 2018: Requests were accepted in ACORN from September 16, 2017 to January 31, 2018. If you would like to add a late request or cancel a request, complete and return a Degree Request Form immediately.
November 2018: Requests will be accepted in ACORN from June 27, 2018 to August 15, 2018.
Convocation ceremonies are coordinated by the University of Toronto Office of Convocation.
Your name in ACORN will appear on your diploma.
Is your name missing accents? If so, please see Office of Convocation webpage for information. For any other changes to your name, please come to the Victoria College Registrar's Office with photo identification to complete a Change of Name or Gender Form. Deadlines for name changes and diplomas apply.
If you do not attend your Convocation ceremony you may pick-up your diploma from the Office of Convocation (Simcoe Hall, 27 King's College Circle, room 102) or you may arrange to have your diploma mailed. See the website for pick-up dates.
Students who upgrade to an Honours degree or a four-year degree are NOT eligible to attend the convocation ceremony to receive the upgraded degree. For those upgrading to an Honours degree, original diplomas must be returned to the Office of Convocation before new diplomas will be released.
Diplomas will not be released to students who have outstanding fees from previous sessions. To have a financial hold released, present proof of payment to the Victoria College Registrar's Office, NF106. Financial holds normally take 2-3 business days to clear.
The backpack to Briefcase (b2B) program provides opportunities for students to understand their education and the kinds of skills and knowledge they can bring to a working environment. Students can attend various types of b2B events such as workshops, panel discussions and the annual UofT Next Steps Conference.
Login to the Career Learning Network (CLN) to search on and off-campus jobs and manage your applications; engage in experiential opportunities with employers, alumni and partners and view and register for career and employer events.
Graduation Banquet: Friday, April 27. Further details tba.
Ideas for the World is a free, innovative program for upper-year Vic students. Graduating students are encouraged to register for Forging our Future in the fall or winter.
Repaying Your OSAP Loans: Information Session
Monday, March 26, 2018
Gailbraith Building, 35 St George St
Two sessions: 11:30-12:30 PM or 1:00 - 2:00 PM
Unable to attend? A pre-recorded webinar is available online.
Need more information? See Post-Degree options
Lassman Studios is under contract with VUSAC to take official graduation photos. You must have your photo taken to appear in the Graduating Class Composite. Included in the $10.00 (cash only) sitting fee are numerous unique digital proofs and a digital copy of the graduating class composite. An 11x14 printed copy of the composite may be purchased at the time of your sitting for an additional $15.00. Hard copy proofs may also be purchased for an additional $5.00 if desired.
2018 Composite Dates for June and November Grads (dates may be adjusted according to demand): January 15-19 and January 29-February 2
1. Visit http://lassmanstudios.com/dcs_sched/
2. Enter vic18 in the school ID to access the schedules.
3. Book your session online.
Photos will be taken in the lower level of the Goldring Student Services Centre, 150 Charles St W, room 16 (exercise room beneath Café).
For more information or assistance, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org 416-967-1241
Pre-paid composite photos from previous years are available for pick-up from the Victoria College Registrar's Office, NF106.
It is the student's responsibility to verify that all program of study and degree requirements are complete. Degree Explorer, an on-line tool, performs degree and program assessments. Students may make appointments to review degree level requirements with an academic advisor at the Victoria College Registrar's Office. Please ensure that your programs of study are correct and up to date on ACORN before you make a graduation request. Questions regarding programs requirements should be directed to departments.
Students who request to graduate in June will receive email confirmation of program status from departments in February or March. Students who request to graduate in November will receive confirmation in September or October. Program status is also posted in Degree Explorer. If you have questions about the accuracy of a program assessment, please check with the department or program sponsor.
Only the Faculty of Arts and Science can confirm that degree requirements are complete. Confirmation is emailed in late October for November graduates and April/May for June graduates. Should you require early confirmation, you may request a Letter of Eligibility to Graduate. If your degree has already been conferred, you may request a University of Toronto Certification of Degree. Transcripts are available from the University of Toronto. Third parties are directed to the University of Toronto Confirmation of Degree website.
All Convocation Ceremonies are webcast. June and November 2017 webcast archives are now available for viewing online.