Apostille

Require Documents

Some foreign countries may require documents to be certified in order to be accepted in the foreign jurisdiction. An “apostille” or "document authentication" certifies the signature and the position of the official who has executed, issued or certified a copy of a document.

The educational documents usually requested for certification are the diploma and/or official transcript.

Obtaining an Apostille or Authentication for Denison University Documents

Steps for obtaining an apostille or document authentication for Denison University documents:

  1. Send completed and signed Denison University apostille request form (available on the DU Registrar’s website at MyDenison and denison.edu) to the Denison University Registrar's Office for your Denison documents to be notarized.
    1. Provide the Registrar’s Office with a copy of Denison diploma. We will only print a duplicate diploma if needed.
    2. The Registrar's Office will certify the document as an official record or true copy of the original before a notary public.
    3. Once the documents have been notarized, the County Clerk will certify the signature of the notary public.
    4. The notarized document will be available for pick up once you are notified the process is complete or it can be mailed if requested.
  2. If requested, Denison University will mail the documents to the Ohio Secretary of State and provide a postal tracking number. See instructions from the Ohio Secretary of State link listed below.
  3. Apostille/document authentication requests are processed once a month during the last week.

Contact Information and Links

Ohio Secretary of State

http://www.sos.state.oh.us/SOS/Records/FormsFees.aspx

Denison University

Registrar’s Office, 100 West College Street, Granville, Ohio 43023-0713.

Denison University Apostille Request Form

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