Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by dnielsen1, Feb 19, 2013.
Does anyone know what the diplomas from Herzing University look like? Thanks.
Sure I do, now. All one has to do is Google "Herzing University Diploma" and click "images." I just did.
Hmmm.... Why do you need to know what one looks like?
An old but interesting topic and it's expected responses.
I do believe that we have a thread (or two) with diploma pictures (see below for link). I do remember some folks not really liking the post your diploma theme. However ( <---see there it is again) someone else stated that if one really wanted the picture of a degree to say copy it or use it in some other way it would be VERY easy to get one on the internet. Which is why many of us here did in fact post our degrees (edited of course) in that thread. Search it. http://www.degreeinfo.com/general-distance-learning-discussions/37436-pics-diplomas-3.html
To answer the "Humm" question, sometimes people just want to know what their potential degree will look like. Is it vanity? Who knows the reason, but honestly who cares I can get the copy of a Harvard Degree anywhere online. This is easy, just google degree pictures and bam there they are.
Before I graduated from NYIT I wanted to know what my degree would look like "just because," luckily the school put a stock diploma picture on their website (student area) with the same idea that a copy of a degree is very easy to obtain on the net so why not.
That said, nope I don't have one. If I did I would edit out the names and post it for you.
Good luck in your search. Look at the link I posted above It may be there already. :haha:
Here it is..
I'd love to know what the ASU diploma looks like. Guess I'll go google it. Nothing wrong with seeing what they look like. I love to watch the graduations on youtube. Gives me motivation. Maybe seeing the diplomas does the same thing. Shows you what you're working for.
That's a mock-up diploma, generated from a standard template with any given school name plugged in, from Wordyisms, a company selling diploma frames.
ASU diploma found online:
There are a few other tip-offs that suggest that this may not be an actual Herzing diploma:
1. The mock-up degree has the old name of "Herzing College", while the current name is "Herzing University"
2. The mock-up degree is in biology, and Herzing doesn't offer biology degrees.
3. The mock-up degree is a Ph.D., and Herzing doesn't offer doctoral degrees.
4. The seal on the mock-up degree appears to be the traditional University of California seal.
fwiw, Herzing University still has a surviving subsidiary or affiliate operating as Herzing College: Herzing College has four locations in Canada, all offering non-degree career programs. I believe their use of University in their name would be restricted in all three provinces in which they operate. (For similar lagging-name phenomena, see "DeVry Institute of Technology" in Calgary and "DeVry College of New York.")
I did google it prior to posting and all results are just mock-ups, not a real photo. Since you did find one would you be kind enough to share it please? Also, Is it unreasonable for someone to spend so much time and money on an education and not be curious about what their future diploma will look like? I do apologize if I posted this topic in the wrong area. I appreciate all of those who have posted (or will post) helpful replies.
Thanks so much "recruiting", I will check that thread.
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