Undergraduate and graduate degree parchments are normally awarded during convocation. If you attend your convocation ceremony you will receive your parchment after you've crossed the stage. If you do not attend convocation (or you are graduating in absentia) you can pick-up your parchment at the Registrar's Office or it will be mailed to you.
Diploma and certificate parchments are issued immediately following each graduation period.
|Graduation period||Date conferred at convocation||Date mailed, beginning approximately|
|Fall 2023||Oct. 19||Oct. 30|
|In absentia 2024* (February 2024)||Feb. 13, 2024 (No ceremony)||Feb. 21, 2024|
|Spring 2024 (Grenfell Campus)||May 16, 2024||May 24, 2024|
|Spring 2024 (St. John's campus)||May 28-31, 2024||June 10, 2024|
|Fall 2024||Oct. 17, 2024||Oct. 28, 2024|
*There is no formal convocation ceremony. Students will graduate during that month’s University Senate meeting.
Parchments are available for pick-up, during office hours, at the Registrar's Office for one-week following your convocation session.
- St. John's campus: A 2003
- Grenfell Campus: AS 277
Make sure to bring your MUN ID or some form of government-issued ID.
Parchments not picked up after the one-week period will be mailed to your address listed in Memorial Self-Service. Confirm your permanent and convocation mailing addresses and phone numbers are active and valid.
International addresses require a clear and complete physical address and contact phone number. Parchments sent to an international address will be confirmed with you through your @mun email before being sent via DHL.
Graduates are normally issued only one copy of their parchment in their lifetime, however, replacement parchments can be issued if necessary.
Your Memorial transcript reflects each credential that has been awarded to you along with the date awarded. If you require additional verification of your graduation or credentials (e.g. degree, diploma or certificate) for submission to a third party, you can request a credential verification.