You may request a notarized transcript by indicating this at the time of your order. If you are applying for a job or attending school overseas, you may need your transcript notarized. However, colleges and universities or potential employers in the U.S. do not require a transcript to be notarized.
Notarization is generally recognized in the U.S., while an apostille is common in other countries. If you need your transcript authenticated with an apostille, you must send the notarized transcript to the Colorado Secretary of State after receiving it from our office. Visit the Secretary of State online for instructions and fee information.
The Office of the Registrar will offer limited services on Friday, Feb. 13, from 9 to 11 a.m.
Has your insurance company or other provider requested verification of your college enrollment? If so, get your Spring 2015 enrollment verification for free without a trip to the Office of the Registrar.