What is your anticipated graduation date?
An anticipated graduation date is the month and year you’re supposed to graduate. Regardless of when you started college, your anticipated graduation date is when you’re expected to receive your diploma. Job applications often ask your anticipated graduation date to gauge when you’ll be available for employment.
How do you write graduation year on resume?
If you have five to seven years of experience, put your education at the bottom of the resume with your graduation date. If you’re a recent grad applying for an entry-level role, place your education at the top of your resume, with the graduation date and any relevant coursework that you took.
Do I need to include graduation date on resume?
The only time you should include the graduation year on your resume is if you’re young and have very little work experience. Those who have just graduated college usually don’t have much work experience so including the graduation year shows the hiring manager that you were occupied with school.