Course Descriptions and Syllabi
Students requesting course descriptions should first check http://catalog.uwf.edu/. Many previous editions of our catalog are available. If students request the Office of the Registrar to collect syllabi or course descriptions, there is an associated charge - please see below. Allow 4-6 weeks for us to complete your request.
If you are travelling overseas or sending documents for use in a foreign country, you may be required to have the documents certified by the Florida Department of State; Division of Corporations. Depending on the country requesting the certificate, that certification may be called an “Apostille.” An apostille is an additional form of authentication given to a notarized document to certify that the document is a true, i.e., exact, copy of the original.
To request the apostille, you will be responsible for submitting the notarized document(s) to the Florida Department of State; Division of Corporations. Review their complete instructions for filing an apostille request.
The University of West Florida Office of the Registrar provides notarization of transcripts, diplomas and syllabi needed by students for this process. Before requesting notarization, please check with the agency requesting your documents to determine what level of verification is required.
For more information on how to request notarized official transcripts, diplomas, or syllabi, please email the Office of the Registrar firstname.lastname@example.org. Please see Apostille (Students)* for detailed instructions. Depending upon the complexity of the requested documentation, please allow 4-6 weeks for us to complete your request.
Charges for Specialty Services
|Syllabus||$2.00 each course|
Frequently Asked Questions
Does the Registrar's Office mail my notarized documents to the Florida Department of State so they can do the apostille authentication?
No. You are responsible for submitting the notarized documents to the Florida Department of State; Division of Corporations.
Can I designate another person to pick up my notarized documents?
Yes. We require your written authorization to do so and the person you designate must provide a photo identification.
Who do I contact if I have questions?
Please email email@example.com with any questions.