Electronic Transcripts Coming
The Registrar’s office is pleased to announce that the university will begin offering electronic official transcripts starting in early December. These transcripts will be transmitted quickly via secure PDF to any email address that the student selects. Electronic official transcripts are now widely accepted around the world, and can be used in professional and graduate school applications, for licensing boards, and to verify graduation or enrollment for many purposes where official transcripts are required. This service will result in a quicker, easier, and more user-friendly official transcript process for our students and alumni.
Additionally, students will still have the option to request paper official transcripts. This service will be available online and official transcripts will typically be mailed within 24 hours of initial request. Students will have the option to select from different delivery methods ranging from USPS to overnight express. Tracking information will be available for both electronic and paper delivery methods. Both of these services will come with a fee that the student will be responsible for at the time of ordering.
The University will continue to offer paper official transcripts directly to students who come to any UConn Registrar’s office at no charge.
The information provided on this page pertains to Undergraduate, Graduate, Early College Experience, and Non-Degree coursework taken at Storrs or any of the regional campuses. Students wishing to receive transcripts from the School of Dental Medicine, School of Medicine, and School of Law must obtain them directly from the school in which they were enrolled.
Transcripts cannot be requested over the phone. All requests must include the student’s handwritten signature or be submitted through the Student Administration System.
There is no charge for transcripts.
|How to request||Current students and students who attended after 2002 can view their unofficial transcript and/or request their official transcript to be mailed through their account in the Student Administration System. See below for instructions|
|Students who attended prior to 2002 must submit one of the following forms:
See below for information on submitting request forms
Transcript requests are generally processed within 2-3 business days, however requests received during peak times may take longer. To check the status of a request, please contact the Registrar’s Office. If you need your transcript delivered sooner than that, please see Express Options.
For information about the information included on the transcript, see the Key to Official Transcript.
Students who matriculated after 2002 can view their unofficial transcript and/or request their official transcript to be mailed through their account in the Student Administration System.
You will be able to log into your account by using your NetID and password. To find your NetID and password, please refer to the NetID homepage. Once logged into your account please follow the directions here:
Students who attended prior to 2002, students who have documents that must be included with their transcript, and students who are unable to use the Student Administration System must submit one of the following forms:
Completed request forms can be submitted to the Office of the Registrar by mail, fax, or email:Office of the Registrar
Wilbur Cross Building, U-4077T
University of Connecticut
Storrs, CT 06269-4077
All requests must include the student’s handwritten signature. Note: Transcripts for students who attended prior to 1980 may take additional time to process.
Requesting Transcripts in Person
Current and former students are welcome to come to the Registrar’s Office to request their official or unofficial transcripts in person. Students will need to present a photo I.D. before obtaining their transcripts. The maximum limit of transcripts to receive in person is five(5).
Official transcripts can only be obtained at the Storrs campus, while unofficial transcripts can be obtained at any regional campus.
Official transcripts are sent out only by US Postal Service first class mail, but students can choose to mail their transcripts using an express service at their own expense.
For the Priority/Express Mail service through the US Postal Service, the request must be accompanied by a pre-paid and pre-addressed Express Mail/Priority Mail envelope. All arrangements must be made by the requestor.
Official transcripts may be withheld by appropriate University officials if some financial or other obligation to the University remains unmet. Restrictions can be made by:
For any questions regarding the process of obtaining your transcript, please contact the Registrar’s Office at 860-486-3331.