Transcript: Official listing of course marks and credits received from a post-secondary institution.
Credential: Official document indicating completion of a program, usually: certificate, diploma, or degree. One usually displays this document at home or in their office.
Notation: The final line of your transcript that indicates you have successfully completed. (example: 2019-04-26 Granted Diploma in Business Administration – Management).
How do I know which convocation ceremony I will be invited to?
Our timeframe for invitation to Convocation 2019 is August 1st, 2018 to July 31st, 2019. If you have completed or are anticipated to complete your program in this timeframe, you will be included in the ceremony on April 30th, 2019. (February 2019 intake of Carpentry and Electric Foundations will be invited to Convocation 2020)
How do I know which Convocation Ceremony I will be a part of?
The 2019 Convocation has two ceremonies on April 30th, 2019 split by School.
Morning Ceremony is at 10:00 AM and includes:
Environment and Geomatics
Adult Upgrading and Development
University Arts and Science
Afternoon Ceremony is at 2:00 PM and includes:
Hospitality and Tourism
Health and Human Services
*Please note: You will be only invited to participate in the ceremony for the School that your program falls under
If I am invited to convocation, does that mean I successfully completed my program?
No, the convocation ceremony is a separate process from your actual graduation in terms of receiving your credential. Reviews for convocation invitation are completed in January by School Chairs to determine if a student is on track to complete their diploma in that semester; however, the initial review does not take into consideration failing grades, withdraws, low GPA’s, etc. that may happen in the meantime.
If you are eligible to participate in the convocation ceremony, you will receive an invitation by email typically sent in March. If you feel you are eligible to participate in the ceremony and do not receive an invitation contact Selkirk College's Records Officer by email.
Do I need to apply for my credential?
No, there is no application for credentials. If you are invited to convocation, you will automatically be reviewed for notation once all grades are posted at the end of April (or the end of your semester if it is different). However, if you feel that you have all the requirements for graduation/completion and have not received the graduation notation on your transcript, please contact Selkirk College's Records Officer by email.
When and how will I receive my credential?
It will take 8-10 weeks from the time final grades are posted for credentials to be mailed. Credentials are mailed via Canada Post standard mail. Please ensure the address listed on your student record is up to date to ensure you receive it.
Can I pre-order my final Official Transcript?
Yes. Via your student record, on the left side panel, “Order Official Transcript”. Please choose preparation as “Graduating Student”. Once your final notation is granted the transcript will be printed the next day and either mailed or ready for pick, based on your order selection.
How do I get a Confirmation Letter for my Post-Graduate Work Permit? (International Students Only)
After you have made the order for your final official transcript as a “graduating student," please contact Selkirk College's Records Officer by email with your name and student number requesting a letter. The PGWP letter will be provided with your final transcript as per the delivery method selected in your transcript order.