Office of the University Registrar


November 16, 2018

Graduation Plan Expiration Date Form

Seattle Campus Only This is the online form for colleges to submit approved Graduation Plan Expiration dates for students. These dates are recorded in the SDB to prevent or remove a registration hold or block related to the Academic Satisfactory Progress Policy. Students with questions about Academic Satisfactory Progress should contact their academic adviser. Advisers…

April 3, 2018

Commencement Listing and Name

Commencement for academic year 2020-2021 The University of Washington will produce a Commencement Program during Spring quarter listing the names and degrees of graduates from Summer 2020 through Winter 2021, and the projected graduates for Spring 2021. This program may be published in print and/or online. Student names and degrees will be listed in the…

February 6, 2018

Bothell Recipients

Summer 2020 Posted January 13, 2021

Tacoma Recipients

Summer 2020 Posted January 13, 2020

February 5, 2018

Seattle Recipients

Summer 2020 Posted January 13, 2021

Quarterly Dean’s List

The University of Washington congratulates students each quarter for their high scholarship and inclusion on their college’s Dean’s List. A suitable notation of this achievement is placed on the student’s University transcript. Dean’s List Criteria To qualify for the quarterly Dean’s List, a student must be pursuing their first undergraduate degree and attain a quarterly…

May 16, 2017

Graduation, Commencement, and Diplomas

Application for Graduation Undergraduate Students Undergraduate students must complete an application for graduation with their departmental adviser. The deadline for submitting the application is the third Friday of the quarter in which the student intends to graduate. Students graduating in Summer Quarter who plan to participate in Commencement must meet the Spring Quarter application deadline….

August 4, 2015


Obtaining an Apostille Definition: An apostille (pronounced “uh-pos-till”) is a stamp or seal verifying the authenticity of an official document. Most official documents are recognized only in the country in which they were originally issued. The U.S. is a signatory to a 1961 treaty that provides mutual recognition of documents bearing an apostille. In the…