Graduating students may complete their graduation requirements upon passing their final examinations but are only considered as “graduated” after they have been officially conferred their degrees.
Graduating students may self-generate a Student Status Letter from myEduRec upon release of their final examination results as an interim proof of passing the graduation requirements and awaiting official conferment of degrees.
Upon conferment, students will receive an email notification, within 3 days from the official conferment date, via their NUS lifelong email accounts informing that they have officially graduated from the University.
From 1 January 2021 onwards, no Conferment Letter will be issued to students upon conferment/awarding of degree or Graduate Diploma. Instead, students can, within 30 calendar days from the conferment or awarding date, self-generate the Student Status Letter from myEduRec. The degree title, degree classification (if any) and conferment date will be reflected in the Student Status Letter. Please allow up to 3 working days from the official conferment date for this information to be shown in the Status Letter.
Alternatively, graduated students could receive the e-Degree scrolls and/or e-Transcripts (where applicable). This will be issued to you by within two weeks from the date of conferment. Do ensure that there no 'Hold' on your records so that you do not encounter a problem in accessing your scrolls and transcripts.