Following NUS President’s Letter on 6 May 2020 regarding the postponement of Commencement 2020 to January 2021, we are currently updating the FAQ pages. Please check back later for the updates.
In the meantime, stay safe and healthy everyone!
Registration of attendance for Commencement is done mainly through myEduRec (Academics > Commencement Registration).
For current students, please refer to the NUSNET Password Guide for the information on how to reset your password.
For alumni (i.e. you have earlier been conferred your degree), you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to request for a password reset.
Registration for the next Commencement is not open yet. Please visit this page later.
Please check the registration opening period via the Commencement website.
|You are not eligible for Commencement registration.||Check with your faculty Dean's Office if your "File for Graduation" status has been updated in the Education Records System (myEduRec).|
Registration to attend Commencement 2020 via myEduRec (Academics > Commencement Registration) opens from now to 10 Jun 2020. During this period, you may proceed to register your attendance if you have successfully fulfilled all graduation requirements and have either filed for graduation or received your electronic conferment letter.
This could be due to one or more of the following:
Please contact your Faculty's Dean' Office on the status of the conversion from "File for Honours" to "File for Graduation" and your eligibility to graduate.
No, you can only register your attendance for Commencement after you have submitted your thesis to the Electronic Thesis and Dissertation system and upon verification by your Faculty that your thesis submitted is in order.
Please log in to the myEduRec (Academics > Commencement Registration) and indicate "No" for your attendance.
For students graduating from either the Concurrent Degree Programme (internal)* or Double Degree programme (internal), you are allowed to attend one or both ceremonies where your degrees are presented.
If you are attending both ceremonies, both of your degree scrolls and complimentary transcripts will be given to you at the first ceremony that you attend.
*CDP students who choose to have their two degrees conferred in separate years are allowed to attend only the ceremony where the relevant degree is presented for that year.
For students graduating from the University Scholars Programme (USP), you are allowed to attend both the USP and your Home Faculty's ceremonies.
Your degree scroll and complimentary transcript will be given to you only at the USP ceremony. If you are unable to attend the USP ceremony, you will be able to collect your degree scroll and complimentary transcript from the Registrar's Office. Please click here for the collection schedule.
To check your registration of attendance, you may login to the myEduRec (Academics > Commencement Registration) to verify/amend your registration anytime after registration till 10 Jun 2020. The system will remain accessible until 10 Jun 2020.
To check your request for additional invitation cards, you may view the outcome of your request via the myEduRec (Academics > Commencement Registration) at the Commencement website from 16 Jun 2020 onwards.
An acknowledgement email will be sent to your NUS student email account immediately after you have completed the online registration of attendance. However, the delivery of the acknowledgement email may be disrupted occasionally due to the high volume of email during the registration period.
Nevertheless, you can login to the myEduRec (Academics > Commencement Registration) to verify/amend your registration anytime after registration till 10 Jun 2020. The system will remain accessible until 10 Jun 2020.
Yes, you can log in to the myEduRec (Academics > Commencement Registration) to amend your registration anytime after registration till 10 Jun 2020. The system will remain accessible until 10 Jun 2020.
The online Attendance Registration page only shows the general degree title and does not show any indication of Honours specific to the graduate. However, please be assured that the right degree with your honours classification attained (if any) will be printed on your degree scroll as well as your transcript eventually.