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Is it correct to use the phrase look forward to with the conjunction when? For example,

I am looking forward to when I can get my diploma.

Would it be more natural to use the word time instead? For example,

I am looking forward to the time I can get my diploma.

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Your usage of when is common enough. Probably not going to be recommended by many authorities on style, but certainly not wrong.

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