What is a Secure Electronic Delivery Service?

A Secure Electronic Delivery Service is a method of sending documents electronically over a secure network to educational institutions, employers, agencies or any third parties.  Educational institutions are partnered with organizations that provide secure electronic delivery services.  These documents are password-protected, digitally signed and certified by the sender to enable institutions to securely send documents that are considered official.

Please note that CES accepts official documents sent through secure electronic delivery services for the following countries only:

  • Australia
  • China (China Academic Degrees and Graduate Education Development Center and China Higher Education Student Information and Career Center only)
  • India (TrueCopy Only)
  • Ireland
  • New Zealand
  • Nigeria (ETX-NG Only)
  • United Kingdom
  • United States of America

 Examples of secure electronic delivery service providers:

  • National Student Clearinghouse (NSC)
  • Parchment
  • Credentials Solutions
  • My eQuals

If your institution provides such service, please have the document access information sent to ces.transcripts@utoronto.ca.

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