Ordering UCSC Transcripts
A transcript is an official copy of a student's academic history at UCSC. Two versions of your official UCSC student records are available from the Office of the Registrar at 190 Hahn: with or without evaluations.
Transcripts with evaluations include: Courses, grades, degrees awarded, honors, number of transfer credits, evaluations of courses, and an evaluation of comprehensive examination or senior thesis. The fee is $15 per copy. For information on narrative performance evaluations, please visit http://registrar.ucsc.edu/faqs/students/evaluations.html.
Transcripts without evaluations include: Courses, grades, degrees awarded, honors, and number of transfer credits. The fee is $10 per copy.
Note: Transcript requests are not processed if you have outstanding financial obligations to the university. If you received a message after ordering your transcripts that indicates you have a hold on your transcripts, please contact Student Business Services via e-mail at email@example.com.
Ordering UCSC Transcripts
The Office of the Registrar produces all printed transcripts for the University of California, Santa Cruz. For UCSC Extension transcripts see below. UCSC has retained Credentials Solutions to accept online transcript orders. Please click on the TranscriptsPlus button below to request a transcript with a credit card or debit card. There is an additional $2 per transcript service charge to use this service. This is a secure, encrypted site. If you are uncomfortable placing an order over the Internet, you may call Credentials Solutions at 800-646-1858 to place your transcript request. There is an additional operator surcharge for placing orders over the telephone.
Check the status of your order by clicking on the link below.
For regular mail service (First Class Mail), allow two to three days for delivery. Please be aware that due to the large volume of mail moving through the U.S. Postal Service system each day, it is not possible to track First-Class mail to confirm delivery. Due to the inability to track First-Class deliveries, the Office of the Registrar cannot provide refunds or duplicate transcripts for orders lost in the mail.
If you require confirmation of delivery, you may request and pay an additional fee for your transcript to be mailed via express mail service. This service provides fast delivery, tracking number, and confirmation once received. This service expedites transit time, not processing time, and may be requested with regular or rush transcript requests.
Federal Express is used for all express mail destinations, except post office box addresses and does not deliver on weekends. U.S. Postal Service Express Mailing is used for post office box addresses and does not provide tracking or confirmation of delivery. The additional charge for Federal Express within the U.S. is $20 for up to five transcripts going to the same address. The additional charge for Federal Express outside the U.S. is $30 per recipient (with or without evaluations). If the appropriate fee has not been received for express mail service, your transcript will be sent via regular mail.
Transcript Hold Options
You may request that your transcript be held until your grades, evaluations, or degree be posted to your record. Transcript holds are available as follows:
- up to 10 days after the end of the quarter to include grades, or
- up to six weeks after the end of the quarter to include evaluations or a degree if applicable.
Grades and degrees can be viewed on MyUCSC at any time.
UCSC Extension Transcripts
Transcripts for UC Extension courses can be found at the UC Extension Student Services web site.
Your unofficial transcript is available on MyUCSC.
To view your unofficial transcript, log into MyUCSC and go to Main menu, select the My Student Center folder, then select the My Student Center page. From the drop down menu in the Academics section, select Transcript: View Unofficial and click “Go.” Select Unofficial Transcript for the report type and click “Go.”
To print from MyUCSC, please see the instructions at http://registrar.ucsc.edu/faqs/faculty/myucsc/printing.pdf.