An in-person commencement is planned for Friday, May 13 at 7:30 p.m. at the Bank of Springfield (BoS) Center. This year's commencement will be a ticketed event. Participating graduates can receive up to four tickets. More information about tickets will be sent to participating graduates via email.
LLCC will be livestreaming the ceremony so family and friends can celebrate your achievement. Details about the livestream will be provided the week of May 9.
Cap and gown
Students can order their cap and gown online from the LLCC Bookstore.
Commencement rehearsal will be held Friday, May 13 at noon at the Bank of Springfield (BoS) Center. Commencement participants are highly encouraged to attend.
Application for graduation
Students must submit an application for graduation through LoggerCentral. Remember, while commencement-related activities are optional, applying for graduation is still required to officially receive your certificate/degree. If you completed your certificate/degree in summer 2021, fall 2021 or will be completing your certificate/degree in spring 2022 or summer 2022, and have not already done so, fill out a graduation application in LoggerCentral. Once the graduation application is received, potential grads will receive more specific details/information about commencement-related events.
If you have questions regarding your degree requirements, please reach out to your student success coach.
- Completion of course requirements as stated in catalog
- All financial obligations to the college must be paid
- LLCC grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.00
- Associate degree GPA requirement – overall combined GPA, which includes both transfer work and LLCC credits, of at least 2.00
- Associate degree residency requirement – earn a minimum of 20 semester hours at LLCC. This does not include proficiency, CLEP or Advanced Placement credits.
- Certificate GPA requirement – only courses needed for the certificate are used and must be at least 2.00
- Certificate residency requirement – at least one-third of certificate courses must be taken at LLCC. This does not include proficiency, CLEP or Advanced Placement credits.
- May 1: Deadline for graduation application to be considered a spring graduate
- July 15: Deadline for graduation application to be considered a summer graduate
- Dec. 1: Deadline for graduation application to be considered a fall graduate
LLCC calculates honors and high honors for associate degree graduates by combining all credits transferred from other colleges with those taken at LLCC. Honors and high honors are also awarded for certificate programs requiring 30 or more semester hours. Student honors for certificate graduates are calculated by using only those courses needed for the certificate.
Those graduates who have an overall grade point average of 3.50 to 3.74 are considered “graduates with honors.” Graduates with an overall grade point average of 3.75 to 4.00 are considered “graduates with high honors.” This status is posted on LLCC transcripts and diplomas after final evaluations have been conducted by the Student Records Evaluators.
- Graduation is the conferring of a degree or certificate upon completion of all program requirements. Students are made graduates at the end of the fall, spring and summer semesters.
- Commencement is the ceremony to celebrate the completion of college work. The annual commencement ceremony is typically held in May of each year.