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Academic Records

Certificate Request

SNU’s academic certificates are available in both Korean and English. Students and alumni can choose to print certificates online via, or to request online and receive via postal mail, or to visit Division of Educational Affairs in person, or to request and receive at public offices.

Print Online

  • Log on -> ‘Get Certificates’ -> ‘Get Online’ -> Select options -> Print
  • Those who don’t have mySNU IDs can create accounts using their student numbers.
  • The service is free of charge.
  • Note that Certificate of Enrollment is not available online for alumni who graduated before 1987.
  • Printed certificates can be verified online: Certificate Verification

Order Online and Receive via Postal Mail

  • Log on -> ‘Get Certificates’ -> ‘Receive by Post’ -> Select options -> Input postal address -> Complete the online request -> Transfer the fee for delivery, printing, and optional sealing to the designated bank account -> Requested certificates are sent one business day after the fees are transferred
  • Domestic delivery takes 1~2 days, and international delivery takes about seven days via EMS, 4~5 days via UPS, and 2-3 days via DHL.

* Note. Email request is available via only for the former exchange/visiting students whose mySNU accounts are expired

Visit to the Division of Educational Affairs

  • Location: Bldg. 60 – 1F, Gwanak campus
  • Office Hours: 9 am – 6 pm, Monday – Friday
  • Fees: 300 KRW for Korean certificates, 600 KRW for English certificates
  • Sealing: certificates are given in sealed envelope when requested
  • Required Identification: one must bring valid ID cards - Korean ID Card, Alien Registration Card, passport, Korean driver’s license, Public Official Card.
  • In case the certificate request is made by someone else, a letter of attorney should be submitted. Download format of power of attorney

Request at Public Offices

  • Students and alumni can make request and receive certificates via fax at their nearest community centers (dong office) or gu offices
  • One can choose to request via certificate portal site, and receive at the public office in three hours.
Last updated in 2015