Graduation Checklist

1. Complete your major/minor form. 

Click on the appropriate track from the list below to download the form [forms are in .docx format]. Enter the courses you completed to satisfy each requirement. If you have questions about how to complete the form or if you need additional assistance, please contact The Department of French and Italian

Major Program Forms
Language and Literature Track [doc]
Language and Culture Track [doc]
French Studies Track [doc]
French for the Professions Track [doc]
Francophone Studies Track [doc]

Minor Program Forms
Literature Option [doc]
Culture Film Option [doc]
Language Linguistics Option [doc]
French for Professions Option [doc]
Francophone Studies Option [doc]

2. Schedule an appointment with your advisor. 
In the term prior to the term in which you intend to graduate or early during the term in which you intend to graduate, you should meet with your faculty advisor to verify your major requirements are completed. Please take your completed major form with you to this appointment. Your faculty advisor should sign the form to indicate you have completed the major/minor program requirements. 

3. File your application to graduate. 
Schedule an appointment with Dr. Andrew Spencer (Hagerty Hall, Room 355 or 614.292.8485) to submit your completed major or minor form and to file your application to graduate. 

4. Complete Senior Exit Survey
You will receive an email link to complete a short Senior Exit Survey for French majors. The Department of French and Itlaian is always working to improve the program for our majors and minors, and obtaining feedback from you about YOUR experience is a crucial part of that process. 

5. Visit the College of Arts and Sciences Graduation page. 
This website features information about commencement, keeping your OSU email after graduation, and other items you may need to complete prior to graduation. 

[doc] - Some links on this page are to .doc files requiring Microsoft Office.  If you need these files in a more accessible format, please contact The Department of French and Italian.