Register for experiential learning certificate programs

To register for one or more experiential learning certificate:

  1. Log onto your myKU Portal.
  2. Select "Undergraduate Certificates" link from the “Academics” tab to view the full list of certificates.
  3. Select the certificate(s) for which you would like to register.
  4. Allow 2 business days for your certificate to become active in your myKU portal.

Manage your certificate program

To submit coursework, reflections, and other required materials to complete your certificate, log onto your myKU Portal and select the "Undergraduate Certificates" link from the "Academics" tab.

To view the requirements for each certificate, please visit the individual certificate's website.

Complete your certificate program

If you plan to complete a certificate program in any given semester, you should "apply to graduate" from the certificate program even if you still have classes or experiences in progress, through Enroll and Pay. Note: You can apply to graduate from your certificate program separately from applying to graduate from your major degree program, so you do not have to wait until your senior year to "graduate" from a certificate.

Instructions on applying to graduate from certificate programs can be found on Student Information System website. The deadline to apply to graduate from a certificate in any semester can be found on the Office of the University Registar's calendar as "Undergraduate Application for Graduation Deadline."

Questions? Check out some frequently asked questions, or contact a certificate coordinator.

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