Broome Graduation

Vet Student

Should you have any questions not addressed below please contact the Broome Campus Reception.

The Broome graduation ceremony usually occurs in August each year on the Broome Campus.

  • Graduation Mass

    The Broome Graduation Mass occurs on the day of Graduation.

  • Academic regalia

    Regalia – gowns and sashes – will be provided to you free of charge by the Broome Campus.

    If you are planning to attend your graduation ceremony, you will need to wear the academic regalia provided by the Broome Campus.

    Graduands are expected to wear appropriate, semi-formal apparel under their regalia and appropriate footwear.

  • Graduation Status

    You can check your graduation status in Student Centre under:

    • Student Centre > Self Service > Degree Progress/Graduation > View Graduation Status.

    The possible Graduation Statuses are:

    • Applied for Graduation: Your application to graduate is still under assessment. Please contact your School if it is after the Graduation Boards of Examiners or contact fremantle.graduation@nd.edu.au should you have any questions.  Please keep checking your Student Centre for future updates.
    • Program in Review: Your application to graduate is still under assessment. Please contact your School if it is after the Graduation Boards of Examiners or contact fremantle.graduation@nd.edu.au should you have any questions. Please keep checking your Student Centre for future updates.
    • Approved: The academic requirements of your program have been met, and so you are eligible to graduate. Congratulations!  Please hire your Regalia if you plan to attend your ceremony and monitor your Notre Dame student email account for further emails with important information.
    • Denied: Unfortunately, the academic requirements of your program have not been met, and so you are not currently eligible to graduate. Please contact your School to discuss.
    • Degree Awarded: You have already completed your studies, have not yet graduated, and have applied to become “Program Complete” or the academic requirements of your program have been met, and you are eligible to graduate.
  • Photography

    Surge Films provide a range of ceremony and portrait photography services for each graduation ceremony. Their professional photographers will take a photo of each graduand as they are congratulated by the Chancellor on stage. Graduands are provided with this photograph at no cost.

  • Guests

    You are welcome to bring as many guests as you wish to both the Mass and the Ceremony.

    Please inform Broome Campus Reception on 9192 0600 or email broome.enquiries@nd.edu.au to let us know the number of guests you will be bringing to each event and if you or any of your guests have accessibility and access concerns.

  • Awards

    The following awards will usually be considered for presentation at the ceremony:

    • Patricia and Michael Kailis Award
    • The Father McKelson Core Curriculum Award
    • School of Nursing and Midwifery - Bachelor of Nursing Award of Excellence
    • Vocational Education and Training - Diploma of Nursing Award of Excellence
  • Graduation cross and certificate

    You will receive the jarrah Graduation Cross, which will have been blessed at the Mass, as you leave the stage after being congratulated by the Chancellor or his delegate.

    You will receive their Academic Transcript and Certificate within 30 days after completion of your program.

  • Alumni

    Once a student graduates through having their qualifications conferred, they become part of the University’s alumni community. Further details can be found on the Notre Dame Alumni page.

    The Advancement Unit is responsible for Alumni relations and the first step is to ensure we have your correct and up-to-date details upon graduation. Please take the time to update these details in your Student Centre, or visit the Alumni web page.

  • Any further questions?

    Should you have any specific questions not addressed above please contact the Broome Campus Reception. Any questions regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19) not covered on the University’s webpage should be directed to coronavirusadvice@nd.edu.au

Higher Education Student

Should you have any questions not addressed below please contact fremantle.graduation@nd.edu.au or the Broome Campus Reception.

The Broome graduation ceremony usually occurs in August each year on the Broome Campus.

  • Applying to Graduate

    Please speak with your program or course coordinator with regard to graduating in Broome.

    They will liaise with the Graduation Coordinator in Fremantle to ensure you are part of the next Broome Graduation ceremony.

  • Graduation status

    You can check your graduation status in Student Centre under:

    • Student Centre > Self Service > Degree Progress/Graduation > View Graduation Status.

    The possible Graduation Statuses are:

    • Applied for Graduation: Your application to graduate is still under assessment. Please contact your School if it is after the Graduation Boards of Examiners or contact fremantle.graduation@nd.edu.au should you have any questions.  Please keep checking your Student Centre for future updates.
    • Program in Review: Your application to graduate is still under assessment. Please contact your School if it is after the Graduation Boards of Examiners or contact fremantle.graduation@nd.edu.au should you have any questions. Please keep checking your Student Centre for future updates.
    • Approved: The academic requirements of your program have been met, and so you are eligible to graduate. Congratulations!  Please hire your Regalia if you plan to attend your ceremony and monitor your Notre Dame student email account for further emails with important information.
    • Denied: Unfortunately, the academic requirements of your program have not been met, and so you are not currently eligible to graduate. Please contact your School to discuss.
  • Majors/ minors/ specialisations

    If your program has provision for Majors, Minors, or Specialisations, it is your responsibility to ensure that they have been recorded correctly. These can be viewed in Student Centre, under Student Centre, and then selecting ‘My Academics’ (under Academics). Any recorded Majors, Minors, or Specialisations will be listed under ‘My Program’ on the far right hand side.

    More detailed instructions are available via the link: Majors-Minors-Specialisations.

    Should you need to update any Majors, Minors, or Specialisations, please discuss this with your School as soon as possible.

  • Graduation mass

    The Broome Graduation Mass occurs on the day of Graduation.

  • Academic regalia

    Please order your regalia through the Regalia Craft website by filling out their online form.  All questions regarding regalia should be directed to Regalia Craft, who can be contacted at info@regaliacraft.com.au.

    If you are planning to attend your graduation ceremony, you will need to wear full academic regalia appropriate to your degree. Regalia Craft are the University’s supplier of regalia and have details of the full academic wear appropriate to your degree. If you are receiving more than one award, the regalia of the higher of the two awards, or the regalia of the first named award for double degrees, should be worn.

    Regalia must be collected from Regalia Craft at the following address prior to the Graduation Ceremonies.  Regalia cannot be collected at the graduation venue.

    240 Beaufort Street Perth 6000
    (between Newcastle and Brisbane Street)

    Graduands are expected to wear appropriate, semi-formal apparel under their regalia.

    If you cannot collect your regalia in person then you may authorise a friend or family member to collect the regalia on your behalf.  Please provide the person with a permission note.

    Regalia can be returned at the graduation venue immediately after your ceremony.

  • Photography

    Surge Films provide a range of ceremony and portrait photography services for each graduation ceremony. Their professional photographers will take a photo of each graduand as they are congratulated by the Chancellor on stage. Graduands are provided with this photograph at no cost.

  • Guests

    You are welcome to bring as many guests as you wish to both the Mass and the Ceremony.  Please inform Broome Campus Reception on 9192 0600 or email broome.enquiries@nd.edu.au to let us know the number of guests you will be bringing to each event and if you or any of your guests have accessibility and access concerns.

  • Farewell addresses

    Before each graduation ceremony, the University considers the academic performance of all candidates for an undergraduate degree to identify the students with the highest weighted average marks. The Graduates’ Farewell Address is presented by the graduate with the highest weighted average mark for that ceremony.

  • Awards

    The following awards will usually be considered for presentation at the ceremony:

    • Patricia and Michael Kailis Award
    • The Father McKelson Core Curriculum Award
    • School of Nursing and Midwifery - Bachelor of Nursing Award of Excellence
    • Vocational Education and Training - Diploma of Nursing Award of Excellence
  • Graduation cross, transcripts, testamurs and AHEGS

    The physical Testamur will be presented to graduands at their ceremony.  You will receive the jarrah Graduation Cross, which would have been blessed at the Mass, as you leave the stage after being congratulated by the Chancellor or his delegate.

    The University is now issuing digital versions of Academic Transcripts, Testamurs and Australian Higher Education Graduation Statements (AHEGS) to graduates through My eQuals.

    My eQuals is a secure platform used by all universities in Australia and New Zealand to issue and authenticate academic records in a digital format. You can use My eQuals to safely share your digital documents with anyone you choose, such as employers, universities, and other parties. Further information is available in the My eQuals information flyer.

    Whenever an academic document is uploaded to My eQuals, you will receive an email from My eQuals to your ND email account. You will need to complete a registration with My eQuals the first time a document is uploaded. Only use your student ID number when registering eg @my.nd.edu.au. For subsequent ones you will need to simply log in. Further details can be found in the My eQuals Registration & Login Process document.

    Collection of Testamurs

    If you do not wish to attend or are unable to attend your graduation ceremony you may collect their physical testamur from Broome Campus Reception commencing the week after the graduation ceremony.  Please bring photo ID with you.

    If you wish your physical testamur posted to you please contact the Broome Campus Reception on 08 9192 0600.  This will be posted to you in the Graduation Folder by Registered Post.

  • Graduating in absentia

    If you are not able to, or do not wish to, attend the Graduation Ceremony you may graduate In Absentia.  Your name will be recorded in the Graduation Book and your award recorded as complete and conferred on your record.

    Your physical testamur, jarrah Graduation Cross and Alumni Pin will be posted to you or you may collect them from the Broome Campus Reception in the week following the Graduation Ceremony.

  • Alumni

    Once a student graduates through having their qualifications conferred, they become part of the University’s alumni community. Further details can be found on the Notre Dame Alumni page.

    Broome graduates will have their alumni pins given to them at the Graduation ceremony.

    The Advancement Unit is responsible for Alumni relations and the first step is to ensure we have your correct and up-to-date details upon graduation. Please take the time to update these details in your Student Centre, or visit the Alumni web page.

  • Early program complete

    If you have completed all the courses for your award and the marks and grades for every course are displayed on your record then you can apply for Early Program Complete if you need this urgently.  Please note that if you have any outstanding marks/grades the process will be held in abeyance until these have been formally ratified and included on your record. Please liaise with your School if you have any outstanding marks/grades.

    Please note that all email correspondence must be through your Notre Dame student email account.

    Once this process is finalised ‘Program Complete’ will display on your transcript.  It will not show a conferral date on your transcript until you have applied for the next graduation/conferral ceremony and the date for this ceremony is past.

    Please email fremantle.graduation@nd.edu.au to request Early Program Complete.  Include your name, student ID number, your award name and your School.  The School will review your record to ensure you have met all the requirements for your award.  Once this is finalised the Graduation Coordinator will let you know by email to your student email account that you have been recorded as Program Complete and that you can purchase a transcript displaying this if you wish.

    The transcript you purchase will be uploaded to My eQuals for you to access at any time and as often as you wish.  You can then use this transcript for registration with an industry body or to apply for employment or further study. If you wish your transcript sent to the Teachers’ Registraton Board then please let the Graduation Coordinator know and there is no cost for this.

    Recording Program Complete onto your record automatically records you as applying to graduate or to have your degree awarded in the next conferral of awards ceremonies.  If you do not wish to graduate or be a part of the next conferral of awards ceremonies (either by attending or in absentia) then please let the Graduation Coordinator know.  Please keep monitoring your student email account (which will always be available to you) so that you can keep abreast of emails or the Student Newsletter that will provide information regarding the next graduation or conferral of awards ceremonies.

  • Any further questions?

    Should you have any specific questions not addressed above please contact fremantle.graduation@nd.edu.au. Any questions regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19) not covered on the University’s webpage should be directed to coronavirusadvice@nd.edu.au.

    If you have any course and/or enrolment-specific inquiries, contact your School directly.