Your Bachelor of Science degree certificate is a representation of all the hard work and studying you've done throughout your years in college. Unfortunately, a B.S. degree certificate can get lost for any number of reasons. If you lose your degree certificate, it's not the end of the world. In fact, most schools will send you a copy of your degree certificate for free or a nominal fee.
Contact the college's or university's registrar office. School websites, brochures and catalogs display a contact phone number to the registrar's office.
Ask the registrar what the procedure is to request a copy of your Bachelor of Science degree certificate. Fill out a certificate replacement form, which includes basic information, such as address and Social Security number, and the reason for issuing a replacement. Most schools will issue a "student copy" and will not issue certified copies of a degree certificate unless the original is lost. Colleges and universities may require a notarized document that states the original degree certificate is lost. Most schools, for a nominal fee, issue a certified copy of your degree certificate for employment or graduate school purposes.
Mail the replacement degree certificate request form and any required fees to the school's registrar office.
Derek Young has been writing professionally since 2006. He's written for Mason Communications and has appeared in "SF Weekly" magazine. Young studied Web development at the College of San Mateo.