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How to request a transcript: Five things you need to know

By Kristen Gross

transcript.jpgThere are several great reasons you might need an official copy of your transcript from UC San Diego Extension. Perhaps your employer needs to see your status in good standing in order to initiate the reimbursement process. Maybe you’re about to apply to graduate school. It could even be that you’re just curious. No matter the reason you need a transcript, UC San Diego Extension Student Services is here to help you get it.



Here are five things you need to know:

1. It's all in the asking

Transcripts are not sent out automatically. In order to receive one, you must submit a transcript request to Student Services.

2. Put it in writing

Before your records can be released, we need your signature to authorize the sharing of this information. You can pick up and submit a form in person at UC San Diego Extension Student Services, 9600 N. Torrey Pines Rd., Bldg C, or download the form and mail to:

UC San Diego Extension
9500 Gilman Drive, MC 0176-H
La Jolla, CA 92093-0176

3. We take special requests

For some graduate programs, employers, or other special circumstances, additional materials may need to be sent along with your transcript. No problem! Simply attach special requests or forms that need to accompany your transcript with your request form, and we’ll take care of the rest. Please be aware that some special requests may extend processing time.

4. There is a (small) fee

For an official transcript, printed on watermarked paper and enclosed in a signed, sealed envelope, we charge a processing fee of $15 per copy. If you would like your transcript just for interest’s sake, you can request an unofficial copy for just $5. Depending on other factors (i.e. a rush, international fax, express shipping) there may be additional fees. Learn more on our website.

5. Feel free to follow up

We always love to hear from students. If you are not sure your transcript request has been received, we don’t mind checking on it. We know that these requests are often time-sensitive, and usually part of an exciting process. If you would like us to make sure it’s on track, please give us a call at (858) 534-3400.

To learn more about the transcript process and request form at UC San Diego Extension—including more details on fees and contact information—please visit extension.ucsd.edu/student-resources. You may also contact Student Services by calling (858) 534-3400, emailing, or stopping by one of our locations.



Comments
UC San Diego Extension
Hi Jennie: Standard orders are processed and mailed within seven business days after receipt of your transcript request form and payment. Rush orders are processed within one business day after the receipt of your transcript request form and payment. Rush orders are mailed via standard USPS mail delivery. Learn more about transcripts at https://extension.ucsd.edu/student-resources/registration-policies-and-procedures#Transcript%20Requests
11/13/2017 9:47:31 AM

Jennie Fernandez
Hi. How long does it take to process the transcript once you have received the transcript request form?
11/10/2017 8:46:05 AM

UC San Diego Extension
Hi Allyson. For an official transcript the cost is $15 and you will need to submit a Transcript Request Form. You can fax in your request. Submit a Transcript Request Form, along with full payment by fax to (858) 534-8527.

Visit our website to download the Transcript Request Form and to find more information about requesting transcripts. https://extension.ucsd.edu/student-resources/registration-policies-and-procedures#transcripts
10/10/2017 4:03:14 PM

Allyson
Hi, I'm needing my transcript from a medical terminology class I took through UCSD extension - is there any way that I can receive a digital copy? The grad school application that I am filling out is asking for me to personally upload the transcript myself. Is the $15 fee still the same? Do I have to mail my request in? Or can I order it online or over the phone?
10/9/2017 3:02:36 PM

Stephanie
Hi Edsil: Please contact our Student Services department to follow up on your transcript request (as noted in #5 of the blog you posted on) via email at unex-reg@ucsd.edu, or give them a call at 858-534-3400.
9/18/2017 10:20:14 AM

Edsil C. Jude
I just finished 5 courses with San Diego Extension through Professional Development Institute (PDI) and received an automatic transcript from you but only with the 5 courses I took in 2016 and 2017. I need the transcript that includes a course I took in 2006 or 2007 for a total of 6 courses. Would you please help me. Please respond to edtheforce@hotmail.com. Thanks!
9/17/2017 8:35:13 AM

UC San Diego Extension
Hi Ilaria: Please make any checks payable to UC Regents.

For more information, visit https://extension.ucsd.edu/student-resources/%E2%80%8BRegistration-Policies-and-Procedures#transcripts
4/7/2017 9:23:07 AM

UC San Diego Extension
Hi Mary: The transcript request form is available online at https://extension.ucsd.edu/UCSDExtension/files/80/8004676c-d3c3-474a-a862-af71572f3d87.pdf

For additional information, visit https://extension.ucsd.edu/student-resources/%E2%80%8BRegistration-Policies-and-Procedures#transcripts
4/7/2017 9:21:14 AM

Ilaria Mastroserio
Do we make checks out to UCSD Extension?
4/6/2017 11:49:40 AM

Mary Riley
Is the transcript request form available online?
3/18/2017 9:24:00 AM

UC San Diego Extension
Hi Diane: You can fax in your request. Submit a Transcript Request Form, along with full payment by fax to (858) 534-8527.

Here is a link to additional information: https://extension.ucsd.edu/student-resources/registration-policies-and-procedures#transcripts
3/15/2017 3:10:54 PM

Diane A Mayfield
I live in AZ and need my transcript for my new job. Is there any way to order online instead of waiting for snail mail?
3/14/2017 4:42:15 PM

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