Everything you need to know about graduation!
The Klein College Academic Advising office has complied a checklist to help prepare prospective graduates for graduation.
Complete Mandatory Online Graduation Application
Prospective graduates must complete the online graduation application. This allows prospective graduates to confirm the correct spelling of their name as it will appear on their degree, and the mailing address they want their diploma sent. The Deadline to apply is March 1.
- Log into your TUPortal
- Click the Self-Service Banner link in the left column.
- Select Student, Student Records, and Apply to Graduate.
- Follow the instructions to complete.
Complete Graduation Speaker Application
Celebrate the accomplishments of the graduating class, reflect upon the past few years, and convey a message for the future. Prospective graduates who meet the criteria can apply to be the undergraduate student speaker for the Klein College Graduation Ceremony.
- Have a minimum GPA of 3.00 and excellent verbal skills.
- Have demonstrated leadership with a social and/or educational impact (either within or outside the university community for a minimum of two years.
The student speaker application closes January 25. Late applications will not be accepted.
Order Academic Regalia (cap, gown, tassel, & hood)
Prospective graduates may order their Academic Regalia (cap, gown, tassel, & hood) directly from the university bookstore in-person year round or online at www.temple.edu/bookstore. If you have questions please call 215-204-5578.
Know What to Expect the Day of Graduation
Student Arrival Time
All students participating in the Klein College Graduation Ceremony at the Liacouras Center must arrive in full academic regalia by 4:30 p.m.
The Klein College Winter Graduation Ceremony starts at 5:30 p.m. and is scheduled to end between 7:30 and 8:00 p.m.
Avoid the Crowds-Designate a Meeting Place
Due to the possibility of pedestrian and motor vehicle traffic, avoid the crowd by picking a location away from the Liacouras Center to meet your guests after the ceremony. For example: Founders Garden at the intersection of Polett & Liacouras Walks, Annenberg Hall Atrium or the Howard Gittis Student Center at the corner of 13th & Montgomery Avenue.
Please leave all valuables with one of your trusted guests.
Balloons are a visual distraction that block the view of guests from seeing their loved ones. We respectfully ask that you and your guests do not bring balloons.