Do you need a notary? Summer 2018 Notary Hours

July 23rd, 2018

Please note: From July 26-August 20, notary hours will be available BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Please email to set up an appointment.

The Dean of Students office has two notaries available for free to BU students, faculty and staff.

Summer 2018 Notary Schedule

Our walk-in hours for notary services will be the following for the summer are below. We have noted the days that notaries will not be available for walk-ins due to schedule conflicts.

Mondays from 12-1pm (not available on June 11 and June 18, 2018)
Wednesdays from 12-1pm (not available May 16 and June 6, 2018)
Thursdays from 2-3pm (not available July 5 and August 16, 2018)
Fridays from 2-3pm (not available July 6 and August 17, 2018)

Please note: During the Comm Ave. Bridge replacement project (July 26-August 20), walk-in notary hours WILL NOT be available. Please email for an appointment.

If those times do not work for you, please email to arrange an appointment.

Things To Know

  • You must present a government-issued ID for notarizations.
  • Don’t sign your form until you get here. The notary is supposed to watch you sign it.
  • We cannot notarize bank statements or financial records. Only the bank or entity originating the statement can certify the statement.
  • We can make a color copy of your passport or driver’s license for you for notarization purposes – just ask when you arrive! No need to find a copier yourself!
  • If you are looking to have a closing packet notarized, please email to make an appointment instead of coming into walk-in hours. Closing packets take approximately 20 minutes to notarize, and walk-in hours are not meant for notarizations of that length.

Can’t get down to the George Sherman Union? The University Registrar also offers walk-in notary services for University documents only. There are also notaries available at the Medical Campus at the School of Medicine and School of Dental Medicine.

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