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If you meet all graduation requirements, one to two months after grades are official for your term of graduation, your degree will be posted to your academic record in MyCSUEB. The Office of the Registrar will mail diplomas to candidates who have completed all degree requirements six to eight weeks after your degree is posted to your record. Your legal name, which appears on your official academic record and transcript, will be printed on the diploma. All majors, minors, options and honors earned at the time the degree is awarded will be printed on the diploma.
Students with a financial hold on their account for an outstanding balance owed to the University will not have their diploma released. Once the past due balance has been paid students should contact the Office of the Registrar at email@example.com to have their diploma mailed. Questions about outstanding balances and financial holds can be directed to Student Financial Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Majors on Your Diploma
It is possible for a student to complete more than one major (i.e. two B.A. majors; two B.S. majors; one B.A and one B.S.) as long as both majors are declared. The university does not award two diplomas for each degree/major and instead will receive one diploma with both listed. The student’s official transcript will reflect the conferral of both degrees/majors.
There are two ways for alumni to re-order a replacement diploma.
- Log in to MyCSUEB using your Net ID and password and select “Diploma Re-order” which will direct you to a third party service.
- If you do not have access to MyCSUEB, you may order using the Diploma Re-order Form. This form and payment should be mailed to:
California State University, East Bay
25800 Carlos Bee Blvd.,
Hayward CA 94542
Verify your Name and Address in MyCSUEB
Diplomas are mailed to the permanent/home address on record with the University. Please verify correct spelling of your name and accuracy of your permanent/home address in MyCSUEB. To ensure your diploma is sent to a new address, changes must be received by the last day of classes of your graduation term.
Change of Name or Address
Changes to your permanent/home address may be made directly in MyCSUEB. To ensure your diploma is sent to a new address, changes must be received by the last day of classes of your graduation term. Address changes made after the last day of classes of your graduation term may not guarantee delivery of your diploma, and charges for a re-order may apply.
For legal name changes to your official academic record, complete the Personal Data Change Form and follow the instructions on the form. Name changes made after the last day of classes of your graduation term may not be reflected on your diploma, and charges for a re-order may apply. Your legal name, which appears on your official academic record and transcript, will be printed on the diploma.
Notarization of Documents
Students who wish to have a diploma or transcript notarized for the purpose of foreign embassy and consulates, can re-order their diploma or official transcript and take the documents to any public notary for notarization. Students are responsible for scheduling the notarization and payment with the notary.