Effective 8am Wednesday 3/25/2020 until further notice, our office has suspended our notary services. We determined this was a service that could not safely be accomplished while complying with Federal, State, Local and University guidelines. Our upmost priority during this time is the safety and health of our students, faculty and staff.
Please continue to monitor this page for updates on when notary services will resume, as well as www.tamu.edu for the most current COVID-19 updates as they apply to Texas A&M University.
We look forward to returning to normal operations as soon as it has been deemed safe.
What is a Notarized Document?
What types of documents will your office notarize?
Do I have to get my transcript and/or diploma notarized by your office?
What are the procedures for notarizing a Texas A&M University document?
What if I cannot bring the documents to your office, could I mail them to you or have my relative/friend bring them instead?
What is an Apostille?
What are the procedures for obtaining an apostille for my notarized Texas A&M University document?
What if I cannot travel or mail the documents to the Texas Secretary of State myself, will your office assist me in sending the documents for the apostille processing?
Other Important Things to Note: