Master's Graduation Application

Complete this application to confirm that you are ready to graduate. Please note that the application deadline to attend the Berklee Master's Commencement Ceremony on Thursday, June 27, 2019 has passed. 
Indicate how you would like your name to appear on your diploma. Please clearly identify any accent marks. Middle names, initials, or suffixes like "Jr." or "III" are not required, but you may include them if that is your preference.
Diploma Mailing Address

Your diploma will be mailed 6-8 weeks after you have completed your degree requirements. 

Commencement Program Information:

This information will appear in the Master's Commencement ceremony program.

Commencement Participation Information:

We are no longer accepting applications for the June 2019 Master's Commencement Ceremony. If you would like to participate in next year's commencement ceremony you may indicate this in the section below.

Name Pronunciation
Please enter your full name as you would like it announced at the ceremony. This will ensure correct pronunciation.
For example, the phonetic spelling for Beyoncé Knowles is: "bee-yawn-SAY NOHlz"
Gown Fitting Information
Feet:
Commencement Video
We are currently working on a video to commemorate the experiences of this year’s group of master’s students! We plan to show the video during the commencement ceremony and would like to invite you to be featured. If you would like to be featured in the video, please complete the following. 

  1. A video of yourself answering the following questions: What was the most meaningful thing that you got out of your program? What does getting your masters degree from Berklee Online mean to you? What will your degree enable you to do in the future that you are excited about?
  2. A completed photo release
Feel free to attach photos or videos of yourself performing or mixing as well! 

If possible, we recommend the following video guidelines: horizontal video, resolution 1920x1080 or higher. We also recommend using an external microphone, such as the microphone on a pair of headphones, for any audio.
If you change your mind, please let us know no later than March 1, 2020.