If you have a uNID, you can order your official transcript and have it delivered electronically
in as little as 15 minutes! Orders without a uNID and hardcopy transcripts will be
processed within 1-3 business days.
A transcript includes a complete record of your student career at the University of
Utah including course names, class numbers, grades, UofU GPA, and type of degree earned.
A transcript may also include awards received and special recognition such as Deans
List or honor society membership. A transcript will display transfer degrees and
the number of credit hours accepted from other universities, but does not list grades
or classes from other universities. ACT and SAT scores that are submitted to the
University of Utah are not posted on the transcript.
How much will a Transcript cost?
Transcripts ordered online are $13 each.
Additional fees and delivery options may apply:
USPS First Class Mail: no additional fee
USPS Express Mail (1-2 business days average delivery): $35.00 per address
International Express Mail (5-7 business days average delivery): $70.00 per address
Transcripts ordered in person are $23 each. (Please note, transcripts ordered in person are only for immediate
pick up. All transcripts needing to be mailed must be ordered online.)
Please note, most transcripts are processed within 15 minutes. Due to that quick turnaround,
the Registrar's Office cannot provide refunds.
Need to order a Transcript but don't have a uNID?
If you've attended a class anytime after September 1998, even a non-credit class,
you have a uNID! Use the 'Lookup Your uNID' tool or contact our staff at 801-581-5808 for help in retrieving your uNID.
If your last attendance was prior to September 1998, you can still order a transcript
online using the button below.
Good question! Here are some things to consider before making your decision:
Electronic copies are delivered in as little as 15 minutes and give you the option
of saving the PDF.
If you're sending the transcript to a third party (school, employer, etc.), ask them
if they accept electronic PDF copies.
Electronic transcripts are delivered in a secure PDF format, and are meant to be viewed
electronically. The secure PDF must be viewed using Adobe Reader (available for free) or Adobe Acrobat. If printed, "Copy of Official Transcript" will be displayed across
Electronic transcripts can not be viewed on mobile devices.