Diplomas

Diploma Distribution:

  • All students who attend the Commencement ceremony will be given a blank diploma cover as they walk across the stage.
  • The actural diploma (to be inserted into the diploma cover) is distributed as follows:
    • May graduates: Diplomas are distributed immediately after the ceremony to all except late applicants, and students for whom the diploma requires reprinting.  Diplomas for non-attendees will be mailed (to the address the student indicated on the completed Application for Degree form) shortly after the ceremony.
    • January graduates: Diplomas will be sent (to the address the student indicated on the completed Application for Degree form) by the end of March of the graduation year.
    • September graduates: Diplomas will be sent (to the address the student indicated on the completed Application for Degree form) by early December of the graduation year.

 

  • Your diploma WILL REFLECT:
    • your name as you listed it on your Application for Degree form
    • the degree earned (Bachelor of Arts; Bachelor of Fine Arts; Bachelor of Science; Master of Science; Doctor of Nursing Practice; Doctor of Physical Therapy)
    • Commencement Honors achieved (Summa Cum Laude; Magna Cum Laude; Cum Laude)
    • If you completed an honors degree program: Honors Program distinction
  • Your diploma WILL NOT REFLECT:
    • major
    • specialization
    • area study
    • certificate(s)
    • minor(s)

 

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"I think one of the most crucial aspects of the Daemen curriculum is the required internship. I was an accounting intern for both a private health care company and a certified public accounting firm. I was able to apply lessons learned in the classroom to real business situations. When my internships were over, each company offered me a full-time position."