Diplomas are ordered for all graduating students by the Office of the University Registrar. Diplomas are ordered following the end of the graduation term for that term's graduating class, as soon as the individual schools and departments have posted their graduates' degrees to the students' educational records.
Diplomas are mailed approximately eight weeks after graduation to the address entered on your degree application.
Sometimes you may not wish to wait eight weeks to see your official diploma. The CeDiploma, also known as a Certified Electronic Diploma, is an official, secure electronic version of your diploma. Some of the benefits of this electronic version are that you can digitally share with potential employers as you enter the job market, share with family and friends, and upload to LinkedIn, as well as e-mail this proof of your academic achievement as many times as you wish. Learn more.
If your UF diploma has been lost, stolen or damaged, you should contact Student Records and Degrees for replacement procedures. Please call 352-392-1374.
Your diploma will be mailed to the address entered on your degree application up to eight weeks after graduation. By commencement weekend, verify your name and permanent address on your degree application. Watch your UF email address for shipping and CeDiploma notifications.