If you either graduated in the fall or submitted your graduation application by the April 1 deadline for spring or summer, yes. See the "Program" section of our Graduation & Commencement page for details.
PhD degrees typically post a few days after that semester's degree conferral date, while undergraduate, master's and JD degrees post approximately 30 days later. Check our Graduation & Diploma Calendar for semester-specific dates.
You'll be asked to provide a diploma name and a diploma address when you apply to graduate, but you can edit them until that semester's deadline (see the Graduation & Diploma Calendar). See the "Check Your Application Status or Edit Your Submission" section on our Apply for Graduation page for details.
There are several possible reasons:
No. All diplomas are printed and shipped by an outside vendor.
No. At this time, CeDiplomas are only available to CU Boulder students who graduated in December 2015 or later.
Yes, you can download a digitally signed copy of your CeDiploma, and then email it to anyone you desire. The file will retain the Adobe Digital Signature and CeDiD for validation purposes.
There are two ways to validate your electronic diploma:
CeCredential Trust is the branded name of the digital signature that our vendor uses to digitally sign all CeDiplomas. The email address included in the signature (info@CeCredentialTrust.com) will refer you to the Office of the Registrar for further information.
This issue is due to the version of your operating system on your tablet, or the PDF viewer that the browser is using to open the CeDiploma. In the case of the iPhone/iPad, updating to the most recent iOS operating system usually solves the problem.
The CeDiploma is best viewed in Adobe Acrobat or Acrobat Reader. Some features may not be available when viewed in a web browser's default viewer. Please change the default viewer in your web browser to Adobe Reader or Acrobat.
This is because your browser does not have Adobe set as the default PDF viewer. If you download and open the document using Adobe Reader, you should have no problem saving a copy.
Requests from current or former students with unmet obligations (e.g., holds) cannot be honored. To resolve holds, contact the Office of the Registrar.