Transcript Request

 

Please note, all financial and administrative obligations to Puget Sound must be met before a transcript can be released.

Current students will sign into the my.PugetSound.edu student portal to order official transcripts. From the Academics menu, select Order Official Transcript.  An unofficial transcript can be viewed through the Academics menu by selecting the View Unofficial Transcript link.

Alumni and former students will order official transcripts through 
 TranscriptsPlus TranscriptsPlus®   with Credentials Inc. Please note you must return your signed authorization form to Credentials Inc to complete the request.

To order an unofficial transcript, alumni and former students may use our transcript request form.  

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Q:  What is the cost of a transcript?
A:  There is a $6 per transcript fee for official transcripts.  Unofficial transcripts are offered at no charge.

Q:  How long will it take to complete a transcript order?
A:  An order submitted by a current student should be processed within minutes of receipt, except during end-of-term grading periods when transcripts may be held for several days.  Orders from alumni or former students may also be processed within minutes.  However, depending upon dates of attendance, extra time may be required in order to retrieve any archived records.  All financial and administrative obligations to Puget Sound must be met before a transcript can be released.  You must returned your signed authorization form to Credentials Inc. to complete the process.

Q:  Can I pick-up my transcript in the Registrar’s Office?
A:  There is an option through online ordering to have your transcript available for pick-up in the Registrar’s Office.  Or, you may visit the Registrar’s Office to order and receive your transcript.

Q:  Can mailing a transcript be expedited?
A:  Yes.  The online ordering offers an option to have your transcript sent via Federal Express.

Q:  How are law school transcripts ordered?
A:  Law school transcripts are maintained by Seattle University. The following link to their Registrar’s Office will provide the necessary information:  http://www.law.seattleu.edu/office-and-administration/registrar.

 

Current students or students who have access to their University assigned e-mail account do not need to send a signed request form as long as the request is sent using your University assigned e-mail account. If you do not have access to a University assigned e-mail, please send a signed request as an attachment to your e-mail. Electronic or digital signatures will not be accepted. The subject line should be "transcript request".