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OU To Replace Lost Diplomas of Tornado Victims

mn/5-28-13

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: OU Public Affairs, (405) 325-1701

NORMAN – University of Oklahoma President David L. Boren announced today that OU graduates who lost their diplomas in the recent tornado will be able to receive a free replacement diploma and diploma cover.

OU provided this same service to those who lost their OU diplomas after the tornado on May 3, 1999.  

Duplicate diplomas may be obtained by contacting the Office of Academic Records. The office will be open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Diplomas may be requested in-person, by mail, fax, phone or email, using the contact information below.

University of Oklahoma

Office of Academic Records

1000 Asp Avenue

Norman, OK 73019-4076

Phone:  (405) 325-4147

Fax:  (405) 325-7047

admrec@ou.edu 

The following information should be included in requests: Full name, date(s) of degree completion, degree, mailing address, and phone number. Please allow seven to ten days for processing of replacement diplomas.

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