papercuts Posted January 6, 2010 Share Posted January 6, 2010 I got this email from Purdue College of Education graduate program, that contained the following paragraph: "An official diploma of all degrees granted from all universities attended outside of the U.S. (must provide original diplomas as follows: ONE in original language and ONE in English translation). If you completed your studies, but will not receive your diploma for a period of time, you may be conditionally admitted pending the submission of your diploma. Please let our office know if you are unable to submit your diploma at this time." The email is very nice and informative, I have nothing against that and I'm happy that they are so quick to respond after the online application is done, but I don't want to send them my ORIGINAL Diplomas. What do you think I should do? But more importantly is that common? I have never seen ANYONE ask for my original diplomas before. So I'm a bit confused. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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