Diplomas

Ordering a Diploma

The Office of the University Registrar orders diplomas at the end of the term for all students graduating that term. Schools and departments post final grades that determine if a student has met the requirements to graduate and receive a diploma.

The Office of the University Registrar mails diplomas approximately eight weeks after graduation to the address entered on a student’s degree application.

Certified Electronic Diploma (CeDiploma)

A Certified Electronic Diploma is an official, secure electronic version of the UF diploma that can be obtained more quickly than the diploma by mail. The electronic version can be shared digitally with potential employers, family and friends, and uploaded to job networking sites. There is a charge for this electronic diploma.

Apostille of the Hague and/or Notarial Certification

An apostille is a certificate issued by the state that authenticates the signature of a public official (notary) on a document for use in another country. For documents used in countries that are not a part of the Hague Convention, a Notarial Certification will be issued. Additional information for the procedures for notarial or apostille certification can be found on the Florida Department of State’s website and the FAQ page.  

Students can initiate this process with the Office of the University Registrar for their (diploma/certificate/transcript) by contacting the Registrar’s office at help@registrar.ufl.edu.

Replacement Diplomas

Contact Student Records and Degrees in the Office of the University Registrar for a replacement diploma at help@registrar.ufl.edu.