CED provides credential evaluations for applicants wishing to continue studies in the US, for those seeking employment or a visa, or for those wanting to sit the Uniform CPA examination or licensure in the state of Massachusetts.
A credential evaluation is a written report that describes education completed outside the US and gives the US equivalence of academic credentials received. Translations of documents are required for any documents not issued in the English language. These reports may be requested sent to any academic institution, a possible employer or an immigration attorney.
The Center for Educational Documentation was established by Solveig M. Turner in 1976 at Northeastern University following compilation of the 10-volume International Encyclopedia of Higher Education.