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Check your records.

Students are strongly encouraged to check their records on a regular basis. It is your responsibility to verify the accuracy of your records. If you find that your records contain incorrect information, please contact your local Records Office Official to resolve the issue. Click here for contact information
  

Drop your classes.

As a Troy University student, it is your responsibility to drop or withdraw from classes if you are not planning to attend. Failing to attend classes does not denote a withdrawal. You will need to officially drop your courses online or through the Records Office. Failure to do so will cause you to be held financially responsible and you may be academically penalized in the process.
  

File your Intent to Graduate on time.

It is the responsibility of every student to file an Intent to Graduate form to be considered for graduation. You must file your intent before the deadline posted by your local Records Office. If you fail to meet this deadline, you will be considered for graduation during the next available commencement period.
  

The University Records Office recommends that Bachelor students who have earned a minimum of 90 credit hours and Masters and Educational Specialist students who have earned a minimum of 24 credit hours contact their advisors prior to filing for graduation.
  

Graduate Students.

The Admission to Candidacy form must be completed and signed before you complete 18 semester hours or a registration restriction will be placed on your account.