For degrees, complete the Graduation Petition and meet with an advisor or counselor to confirm all program requirements have been met. Also complete the Graduate Survey and attach to the Graduation Petition before submitting both forms to the Admissions and Records Office by the appropriate deadline.
For Certificates of Achievement, complete the Application for Certificate. It is strongly suggested that you meet with an advisor or counselor prior to submitting the completed application to the Admissions and Records Office. Additionally complete the Graduate Survey and attach to your application for certificate. (Students seeking certificates of recognition do not apply for graduation.)
Graduation Petition, Graduate Survey or Application for Certificate of Achievement should be submitted to the Klamath-Trinity Instructional Site Administration Office.
You will receive a letter in the mail (late April/early May) inviting you to purchase an honors cord to wear at commencement.
An informal evaluation of the student's transcript to help determine the KTIS Outstanding Student Scholar and assist the students in purchasing their honor cord if applicable.
Honor cords can be purchased from the bookstore. Honor cords will be sold only to student on a designated honors list. You will need to present a photo ID and are allowed to purchase one cord only.
If you are unable to get to campus, you can email email@example.com from your mycr.redwoods.edu email account and specify the person who will be purchasing and picking up your honor cord.
Honor cords can be purchased from the Eureka bookstore unless the student is sponsored by the Hoopa Career and Technical Education Program or the Hoopa Career Fast-Track Project. Honor cords and regalia are purchased in coordination with the graduate.
The blue card is the Commencement Ceremony Information Request card and is included in your graduation eligibility notification letter. This card needs to be turned in at the Welcome Window in the Administration/Student Services Building before the posted deadline. By turning in this card, you are indicating you will be participating in the commencement ceremony.
This is also where you can request additional guest tickets; note any special needs you or your guests may have.
Yes, the Fire Marshall limits the number of people allowed in the gymnasium at one time. Each attendee (this includes babies in carriers and small children) is required to have a ticket to be admitted into the gymnasium.
All seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Tickets are not required for the overflow seating, available in the Performing Arts Theater, where the ceremony will be live streamed.
No. Tickets are not required for family and friends to attend the commencement ceremony. However, all seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Regalia can be purchased at the Bookstore and is usually available by the third week of April.
Regalia can be purchased at the Bookstore usually by the third week of April. However, students who are sponsored by the Hoopa Career and Technical Education Program or the Hoopa Career Fast-Track Project will have the option of working in collaboration with program to assist with the purchase and delivery.
Special accommodations should be noted on the blue card. This includes accessible seating/wheelchair spaces, disabled parking, Braille/large print text, etc.
Special accommodations should be forwarded to the College of the Redwoods Klamath-Trinity Instructional Site Administration Office. This includes requests for accessible seating/wheelchair spaces, disabled parking, Braille/large print text, etc.
The first two official transcript requests are free. Each additional transcript is $8.
"Rush" transcripts are $15 and are processed and mailed within 48 hours of receipt of payment.
Unofficial transcripts are free and can be obtained by logging into WebAdvisor and clicking on "view unofficial transcript".
Grades are due one week after the term ends. There are two options when you order your transcript: hold order until grades are posted for the current term or hold order until after the degree/certificate is posted.