Below are the digital versions of the 2021 Commemorative Book of Graduate Names available for download.
A printed version of the Commemorative Books will be available starting Monday, July 12, 2021. A Commemorative Book will be mailed together with your diploma to the permanent address we have on file for you. Therefore, please review and update your mailing address by visiting UIS via signon.stjohns.edu on or before June 30, 2021, to ensure we have your most up-to-date contact information for this mailing.
This Commemorative Book is not an official graduation list. While every effort is made to ensure accuracy in this Commemorative Book, printing deadlines may result in omission of some names and use of names of persons not completing graduation requirements as intended. This printed book, therefore, should not be used to determine a student’s academic or degree status. The university’s official record for conferral of degrees is the student’s permanent academic record, maintained by the Office of the Registrar. St. John's University is not responsible for any omissions, errors, and/or changes in the Commemorative Books. Degree conferrals for May 2021 and June 2021 lists are pending the successful completion of all degree requirements.
Latin honors will be reflected in both the electronic and printed Commemorative Books, and are based on eight terms at St. John’s University or for transfer students all college work. Students who transfer to St. John’s must complete at a minimum 50% of the total number of credits required for the degree at St. John’s plus all courses taken internal and external will be calculated in the index for honors.