Parchments - Official proof of your qualification given to you at Graduation
The certificate you receive when you graduate is called a parchment. This page outlines the details a parchment has, and the process you should follow in the very rare event you lose the parchment after you have graduated.
Parchment: what it isThe certificate you receive when you graduate is called a parchment.
A parchment contains:
- The name of your degree
- The university’s seal
- The date of your graduation
Replacement parchments (testamur)The parchment (testamur) for a degree, diploma or certificate awarded by the University is a legal document and only one original can be in existence at a time. Unfortunately, we therefore can't provide a copy of your parchment.
Uncollected parchmentsAfter 5 years, any uncollected parchments will be archived. There will be a charge associated with retrieving these from the archive.
If you have a question about replacement parchments
Email firstname.lastname@example.org (please provide details for your request)
Last updated: 19-Jan-2016 9.15am
The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.