Forget about "graduation". Honestly. It's such a woefully deceptive name, and it means almost nothing to the future of this site. You can read more about the state of this site and the next steps here:
Graduation, site closure, and a clearer outlook on the health of SE sites
Long story short, this site is essentially done. The lowered beta-reputation levels will increase when we have enough users to handle it; you'll have an election as soon as it's viable, and the design team generally starts poking around when you can maintain about 10 questions/day.
So how do we get rid of that 'beta' label?
It's unfortunate that this is still a thing. The concept of a "beta site" continues to be a contentious source of confusion and disappointment despite my (rejected) efforts to simplify this process. You can read more about my efforts here and here:
For all intents and purposes, graduation isn't the end goal of this site. Actually, it barely exists in any way that (still) matters — it's been hacked on and mashed up into "design-independent graduations"… and we regularly hold elections before a site is actually graduated. We are slowly creeping towards a workflow based on the meritocracy I outlined years ago in my post above. I just wish we would get rid of the spaghetti of misnomers making this site sound like so much less that it is.
Your job now is to just use the site and make it great. Stop looking at the labels; they don't mean anything useful… or productive.
So relax and enjoy your (fully functional) site!