You can obtain one True Copy of your award certificate and, if you lose your original award certificate, you can obtain a replacement.
True Copies or replacements can be posted to you or collected.
A replacement award certificate can be issued when your original certificate has been lost, stolen, destroyed, not received or damaged.
If you have simply mislaid your original certificate you should order a True Copy as you are still in possession of the original certificate.
If your certificate has been damaged you are not required to complete a statutory declaration form. In this case, complete the order form and return it with your original certificate.
To obtain a replacement certificate, follow the procedures in the form. All replacement requests must be submitted as original documents.
Graduates residing overseas: Statutory declarations made outside Australia must be witnessed by an Australian consular official, a Justice or Notary Public under the law of that place, or anyone authorised to administer an oath or witness a statutory declaration in that place.
To replace an award certificate due to gender reassignment, refer to the procedures in this document.
The University offers graduates the opportunity to obtain one True Copy of their degree certificate. This certificate does not bear the University’s graduation stamp but has a True Copy stamp that is acceptable on occasions when you do not wish to release your original certificate. To obtain a True Copy, refer to the procedures in this document.