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The Honor System
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Academic Grievance Procedure |
Accommodations for Students with Disabilities |
Attendance in Classes
Auditing Courses | Changes in Class Schedules | Continuing Education Courses
Cross-listed Courses | Diplomas | Final Examinations | Grading System | Graduation
Honorary Degrees | Leaves of Absence and Withdrawals | Non-Resident Status | Petitions
Posthumous Degrees | Readmission | Registration | Repeated Courses | Student Status | Transcripts
Persons receiving diplomas must be registered at the University during the semester in which they receive the degree. Those not carrying any courses must register as non-residents and pay the non-resident fee in order to graduate from the University.
Lost or damaged diplomas may be replaced upon written request and payment of a $25 replacement fee plus a mailing fee. Return of the damaged diploma is required. If the original diploma is lost, a notarized statement verifying the loss is required. If the original diploma is not returned, the new diploma will have the word "replacement" inscribed at the bottom of the document.
When the original diploma is not lost or damaged, additional copies are available upon request and payment of a $50 duplication fee plus a mailing fee. Duplicate diplomas have the word "copy" inscribed at the bottom of the document.
Both replacement and duplicate diplomas will be printed in the format currently in use. When available, the degree title and the signatures of the president, dean, and registrar in use at the time the original diploma was awarded will appear on the replacement or duplicate; but the title and/or signatures currently in use will be substituted if necessary. If a replacement diploma is ordered for which the original signatures or degree title are not available, the word "replacement" will be inscribed at the bottom of the document, regardless of whether or not the original is returned. All diplomas will be printed with the original graduation date.
Additional information about replacement and duplicate diplomas can be obtained by contacting the diploma coordinator at the Office of the University Registrar.
The University reserves the right to withhold the diplomas of financially delinquent students.
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