Resources and Information for Seniors
Graduation celebrates the accomplishments and achievements over the past four years at Stern. It also marks the beginning of your transition to a successful and fulfilling career. Please visit the Graduation page for information regarding the All-University Graduation Ceremony and the Stern Undergraduate Baccalaureate Ceremony.
Diplomas are mailed to the permanent address on file about eight weeks after the degrees have been awarded.
Haven't received your diploma yet? Need graduation confirmation? Please review the Registrar's Graduation website for more information.
Graduation with Honors
Distinguished academic achievement is recognized by the awarding of degrees with distinction. Information regarding how these distinctions are determined can be found on the University's Registrar's website.
We recognize students who attain academic excellence and achieve distinction in extracurricular activities. Awards and prizes are presented to those who have shown academic superiority, demonstrated leadership, and made exceptional contributions to the Stern School. Achievement in these areas is acknowledged both during students’ academic tenure and at graduation.
Information on how to get an official transcript is on the Registrar’s Office website.
Wasserman Center for Career DevelopmentThe Wasserman Center for Career Development is a great resource for you (and alumni) to find job opportunities, attend career fairs, engage in career coaching, and more!
Each fall, employers from the tri-state area are excited to meet NYU students, alumni, and professionals at the Annual Job Expo. Bring plenty of resumes!
Annual Job Expo
Whether you are on the fence about taking the LSAT, you have been following the pre-health curricular recommendations, or thinking of pursuing an MBA, these helpful resources will help you learn more about your post-baccalaureate options and how to best prepare.