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Testamurs

Your testamur is the official piece of paper – or parchment – you'll receive at your graduation ceremony. The one you'll want to frame to show others you've legitimately earned a university qualification.

Important: To receive your testamur – regardless of whether you'll be attending a graduation ceremony – you must respond to your invitation via SIMO. If we don't hear from you, your testamur will not be printed.

Is your name correct?

Your testamur will have your name and course printed on it as it appears on your Statement of Academic Record. If you need to change your name, or check the spelling, you can find out how on our Changing your details webpage.

Testamur collection

You must have responded to your Invitation to Graduate for your testamur to be ready for you to collect.

  • If you've registered to attend graduation, you'll receive your testamur at your ceremony.
  • If you decline your graduation invitation, you will be asked to select how you would like to receive your testamur. You can have it posted to you, or you can collect it on campus.
  • If you've registered to attend the graduation ceremony, but can no longer attend, please call us on (61 8) 6304 2011 or email graduations@ecu.edu.au. Your testamur will be made available for collection three working days after the ceremony.

Note: There's an administrative charge for any testamur requests made more than 12 months after course completion.

Collecting your testamur on-campus

Please phone us the day before you intend to collect your testamur to ensure it's ready for collection from the Student Records Office. Photo ID will also be required.

Student Records Office
Joondalup Campus
270 Joondalup Drive, Joondalup
Ngoolark (Building 34), Level 2

Open: Monday to Friday, 9.00am - 4.30pm

Note: Please use the wall-mounted phone in the reception area on Level Two, to contact the Student Records office. The extension number is 3912.

Collection on your behalf

If you're unable to collect your testamur, another person can collect it on your behalf.

This person must bring a letter of authority signed by you and an item of ID bearing your signature for comparison purposes. The other person's name must be mentioned in the letter and their ID will have to be sighted.

Postage of testamurs

If you select to have your testamur posted to you, it'll be sent by registered mail approximately 10 working days after your graduation ceremony.

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