CHED CAV - Certification, Authentication and Verification Issuance of Academic Records


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The Commission on Higher Education in the Philippines is still serving the general public in providing certification, authentication and verification services.


CHED CAV clients who are college students and graduates through the Higher Education Institution representative or individual college student and graduate could process this service in different Commission of Higher Education regional centers across the country.


Basic requirements are provided to help every client in preparing this service:


I. Graduates of Bachelors Degree and Graduate and Post-Graduate Degree


a. Endorsement from the HEI Registrar

b. Copy of Transcript of Records (TOR) and/or Diploma and other records duly certified by the School Registrar

c. Certified photocopy of Special Order (SO)


II.  College Students and Undergraduates


a. Endorsement from the HEI Registrar

b. Certification of Enrolment

c. Copy of Transcript of Records (TOR)/earned units certified by the School Registrar



To avail CHED CAV service, client should check the schedule of CHED Regional Offices. CHEDRO is always open from Monday to Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm


Minimal Fee of Php 40.00 is the charge of the CHED CAV service.


Many clients are eager to have the authenticated documents but CHEDRO has provided standard maximum duration of process.


A client who lives outside the country is expected to process the documents from ten to fifteen working days, and local client is estimated to process maximum of five working days.


Procedure to avail CHED CAV Service


a.The first thing to do is to submit required documents. CHEDRO staff is in charge to receive, verify and validate the documents submitted and certification of registrar.


b. CHEDRO staff will guide you to proceed to the Cashier for payment of CAV Fee


c. After paying, submit accomplished form and official receipt to the CHEDRO staff. Client will receive a claim stub from CHEDRO Administrative Division Staff. This stub should be presented to the DFA for issuance of the authenticated documents with Red Ribbon or CHEDRO, for local purposes.


d. Process the submitted documents:


1. Prepare the CAV for signature of the Chief Administrative Officer

2. CHEDRO Administrative Division Staff stamps the document with dry seal

3. CHEDRO Staff releases the CAV and files the second copy of the application and


e. Client claims the CAV (local employment) at CHEDRO


f.CAV for employment abroad:


1. CHEDRO Administrative Division Staff prepares master list and transmits application 
received through DFA’s official courier for DFA authentication on a daily basis.

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