Even if you do not wish to attend a ceremony, we still need you to register to graduate in Student Connect so that you can complete critical checks of your award name and contact details, and then you can select the “I do not wish to attend graduation” option.
Completing graduation registration ensures that your documents are issued correctly and are sent to your most up-to-date mailing address.
Mail-out of graduation documents
Your graduation documents will be sent to the mailing address recorded in Student Connect via registered post after all ceremonies for the given semester have concluded. It is critical to make sure that your contact details are correct in Student Connect.
Registered post requires a signature upon delivery. If nobody is available to sign for your documents, Australia Post will leave a calling card advising you to collect your parcel from your local post office. The parcel will only be held at the post office for 10 working days, after which it will be returned to sender. Please ensure that you collect your parcel from the post office within 10 working days because you may incur postage and handling fees if your parcel is returned to the Graduation Office and requires resending to the same address.
If you are an international student returning home to an overseas address, please make sure that all address fields are entered correctly, and include a city and a country.
Can I receive my documents sooner if I’m not attending a ceremony?
It is not possible to get your graduation documents before your graduation ceremony has occurred because your award is conferred at the graduation ceremony. Your options are to receive your testamur in person at your graduation ceremony, or if you have chosen to defer or not attend you will receive your testamur in the post after all ceremonies for the given semester have concluded.