Please complete this form and click "submit" at the bottom.
Deadline for submission is Wednesday, January 23, 2013. All inquiries regarding this form should be directed to the Office of the Dean (email@example.com) at 617-422-7221.
The name on your diploma will be the name on your official student record on file with the Office of the Registrar. Please check with the Office of the Dean (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are unsure of how your name is recorded. If you do not have a name change or prefer a variation to your name on your diploma, select "Name is fine as is" below.
To change your name to something other than your official name on file with the Office of the Registrar, you must complete and submit the Name Change Form and select "I want to change my name on my diploma" below.
If you prefer a variation of your official name, select "I want to change my name on my diploma" below. Accepted variations include adding diacritical marks (example á) or changing a name to an initial or an initial to a name. Examples of acceptable options are below. These types of variations do not require any legal documentation.
Please select one:
If a member of your family graduated from Portia Law School, New England School of Law, or New England Law | Boston, please give the family member's name, relationship to you, and year of graduation below. This information will be included in the Commencement program.
Do you plan on attending the graduation ceremony in May?
If not, would you like to:
Pick Up Diploma
Have My Diploma Mailed
It is the responsibility of the student to notify the Registrar's office as soon as possible when an address change occurs in order to assure timely correspondence from all departments at New England Law | Boston
District of Columbia
Fed. States Micronesia
Northern Mariana Islands
Northwest Territories (Canada)
Prince Edward Island
Armed Forces America
Armed Forces Africa
Armed Forces Middle East
Armed Forces Europe
Armed Forces Canada
Armed Forces Pacific
If you plan on attending the graduation ceremony, your name will be read aloud. If you think that the announcer may have difficulty pronouncing your name correctly, please provide a phonetic pronunciation below.