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Transcripts and Official Documents


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Bloomberg School Degree Verification Requests

Complete this degree verification request form and submit to SEAM.

Duplicate Paper Diplomas

Johns Hopkins University diplomas are original, engraved documents and cannot be copied, reduced in size, or reproduced by the Office of Records and Registration.

Bloomberg School alumni needing replacement or duplicate diplomas may submit a request by completing an online order form.  The cost of a duplicate or replacement diplomas is $55 for a paper copy and $15 for electronic copy ($55 for degrees conferred prior to May 2016). Please allow 6-8 weeks for processing and delivery. 

Certified Electronic Credentials

The Bloomberg School offers official, secure, and verifiable Certified Electronic Diplomas and Certificates through Myhub, a service of the National Student Clearinghouse. For additional information about the Certified Electronic Credential and its features, please visit


Students needing to have school records certified for international use in countries which signed the 1961 Hague Treaty abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents require an apostille.  Please refer to the Hague Convention’s website for a list of countries that will accept the apostille certificate in place of any further legalization.

** Students are strongly encouraged to allow 4-6 weeks for the process**

Please follow these steps to obtain an apostille:

  • Submit a Certified Letter Request.  The form can be dropped off at the Office of Records and Registration (615 N. Wolfe Street, Suite E-1002) or submitted via the SEAM online form.  Please note that requests typically take 5-7 business days to process.
  • Once the Certified Letter has been obtained, take the letter and any school records (transcripts, certificates, diploma, etc.) to a notary public to be notarized.  Please note that each document must be notarized.
  • The notarized documents must then be taken to the Clerk of the Circuit Court for certification in the county where the notary was commissioned (the county will be imprinted on the notary’s seal).
  • The certified documents should be hand carried or mailed to the Office of the Secretary of State in Annapolis, MD for certification: 16 Francis Street, Wineland Building, 1st Flr.Annapolis, MD 21401. Tel: (410) 974-5521

Please visit the Maryland Secretary of State website for specific instructions, fees, and hours of operation.