A replacement award certificate is a legal document. The Graduation Seal will be affixed to all replacement award certificates with the notation “Replacing Original Award dated DD Month YYYY”.
Lost, Stolen or Destroyed Award Certificate
Graduates applying for a replacement award certificate will provide an original
statutory declaration, duly authorised, stating that the award certificate has been
lost, stolen or destroyed. If the original award certificate is subsequently recovered, it will be returned to the University.
Non-Receipt of Award Certificate
Where a student states that they have never received their award certificate but
University records show that it was correctly sent, a duly authorised statutory
declaration stating that the award certificate has never been received, will be
Where the request is lodged 12 months or more after conferral of the award, a fee
will be charged for a replacement award certificate.
Damaged Award Certificates
A replacement award certificate may be issued where the original is damaged. A fee will be charged for a replacement award certificate.
The damaged original will be returned to and destroyed by the Progression, Assessment and Awards Office. An award certificate may be replaced without a fee being charged under special circumstances.
To find out about ordering documents refer to Student administration forms.