The Graduation Fee is a one-time, non-refundable fee that is added to the student's account when he/she applies to graduate. The fee is to be paid when the student applies to graduate regardless of whether he/she intends to participate in the commencement ceremony. Graduation fees are non-transferable to another term if a student fails to complete the requirements for the applied for program of study.
Students may pay fees using their MyCharleston account or contact the Treasurer's Office if assistance is required. Graduation fees that are not paid after the application is submitted may result in a hold being placed on the student's record.
Diplomas will not be released to graduates with an account balance. Students should make sure all fees, including the Graduation Fee, are paid prior to leaving the College.
- Graduation Fee: $25 (charged once to all applicants)
- 2nd Diploma Fee: $8 - only charged if student earns 2 separate degrees** (2 diplomas); If you qualify for 2 degrees (with 2 diplomas) this fee may not be added to your account until later in the semester.
- Late Graduation Fee: $50. $25 late fee is charged in addition to the normal $25.00 graduation fee if a late paper application is required after the online application deadlines which are: October 1 for Fall; February 1 for Spring; and March 15 for summer.
- Replacement Diploma Fee: $8 per diploma. Additional rush and shipping fees are charged for expedited diploma orders. Contact our office for more informatoin.
Graduation fees and late fees are non-refundable. Students who apply for more than one major which are are in different schools may be charged an extra $25 fee. This fee will be credited after the application deadline. Please report any fee errors to email@example.com.
*The graduation fee is subject to change without notice.
**NOTE: Students entering under or using the 2008/09 catalog or subsequent year's catalog who plan to pursue more than one degree should review the Undergraduate Academic Catalog. Please see the Second Bachelor's Degree Policy under Academic Regulations.