Congratulatory letters are emailed to the student's Cal Poly Pomona email account. These letters are sent eight to ten weeks after the end of the quarter. The letters will contain information on when diplomas will become available.
Once posted students will be able to see their degrees recorded on their unofficial transcripts. Unofficial transcripts are available online in BroncoDirect. Graduates who require immediate proof of graduation/degree prior to receiving the congratulatory letter are advised to request an official transcript. Once degrees are awarded, the transcript will show the degree earned.
Deferral letters are emailed to the student's CPP email account. These letters contain details about the degree requirements that are missing and/or refer students to their Degree Progress Report (DPR). These letters also indicate a deadline by which time these deficiencies must be cleared. If the deficiencies are not cleared for the quarter that the student has applied to graduate, the student must submit a new Application for Graduation to be considered again for any future graduation date.