Students possessing a US-issued school diploma and/or transcript who want to use these documents in a nation that has ratified the Hague Convention's Apostille clause must have their diploma and/or transcript authenticated by a specified federal authority in order for it to be accepted there. This authentication is a type of certification recognized by the Hague Convention known as a "apostille."
DIPLOMA: This document is an authentic diploma indicating the designated student's degree award. It is typed on the reverse of the diploma. The diploma is embossed with the College seal, and the statement needs to be signed by the Registrar in original.
TRANSCRIPTS: On the transcript, this statement is typed: “This document is an official transcript of the named student’s academic record.”
The original signature of the Registrar is required on the statement, and the seal of the College is imprinted on the transcript. The Registrar's signature on the diploma and transcript must be notarized; if it isn't, we may have it notarized for you. Your document legalization needs will be promptly and effectively handled by us!