We accept certified copies of official documents, but originals will be required at enrollment. Official records are defined as original documents issued by the institution — not photocopies — which bear the actual signature of the registrar and the seal of the issuing institution. If a document cannot be replaced, however, be sure to obtain a properly certified copy; keep the original for yourself. Never send a document that cannot be replaced. If the original document is not issued in English, enclose an official copy of all educational documents in the original language and a certified copy translated into English.
An official English language translation should:
-bear the ink stamp and signature of a translating company official or an authorized university official.
-have the stamp and signature on each page.
-include a statement of authenticity on the last page.