To validate a graduate certificate, enter the CeDiD (unique 12-digit Certified Electronic Document Identifier). Find more information about Credential Validation below and at About Digital Certificates.
Graduate Certificate Validation
An Apostille may neither be required nor necessary. The CeCertificate has legal standing, is non-repudiating, and can be validated through the university’s website to provide absolute confidence in the credential’s authenticity. Questions should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may check institutional accreditation through the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA): www.chea.org/search-institutions
CHEA is an independent, non-profit organization and neither endorses, authorizes, sponsors, nor is affiliated with CeCredential Trust.
More About Digital Credentials
- Features. Learn more about the security features of a CeCertificate.
- Overview. Learn more about the CeCertificate.
- FAQs. View commonly asked questions about the CeCertificate.
For more information, please visit CeCredential Trust.