Every student must Apply to Graduate. Participation in the Commencement Ceremony is optional.
Students must also:
- Complete 60 hours of approved course credit; with at least 15 hours at NLC
- Achieve a minimum GPA of 2.0
- Supply NLC with transcripts from all non-Alamo Colleges (if applicable)
- Clear all holds on records
- Meet with an advisor to confirm eligibility
Every student must apply to graduate. Participation in the commencement ceremony is optional.
Fill out your graduation application here:
Make an appointment with your assigned Advisor to evaluate and confirm your graduation eligibility:
In ACES, click the Alamo Navigate icon in your "Start Here" tab. Follow the prompts to schedule an appointment with your assigned Advisor.
If Northeast Lakeview College is not your home campus, please see NLC Admissions and Records to submit a change of primary institution form.
No; walking the stage is optional. All diplomas are mailed out 8-10 weeks after completion of degree requirements.
This is considered a Reverse Transfer. Once you have completed 66 hours or a Bachelor's Degree, email your updated college transcripts to email@example.com
This is considered an Auto Award. Fill out the online graduation application and e-mail your assigned advisor to consent to Automatic Awarding.
Meeting with your Advisor ensures you've submitted all of the necessary documents. In addition, your Advisor will review your GPS to confirm eligibility, verify your major and catalog year, and have the opportunity to congratulate you in person.
Students may receive more than Degree from NLC. Have this discussion with your Advisor.
Students can order a duplicate Diploma for a $25 fee here: http://www.alamo.edu/district/virtual-business-office/
You will receive a letter detailing Graduation information. Also, be on the lookout for our Graduation Fiesta! This informational event will be held on April 22, 2020, from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm and April 23, 2020, from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm.
The Alamo Colleges District offers you the opportunity to achieve your educational goal, whether you want to earn a degree or certificate that leads to a high-demand, well-paid job, earn academic credit you can transfer to a university to earn a bachelor’s degree or improve your skills to move up the career ladder.
Visit Career Advising for resume’ tips, and various career opportunities: Student Commons STCM 124. E-mail nlc‐firstname.lastname@example.org or call (210) 486‐5143 to set up an appointment.
Students can request transcripts online via ACES. Current students can access web services at the top left corner of their 'Student' page:
Web Services > Student tab > Student Records > Request Official Transcript