To view and print a copy of your enrollment confirmation or unofficial grade report, log into My Extension and navigate to the “My Documents” tab.
An official or unofficial transcript of your UC San Diego Extension coursework is available upon request. For your protection, we will not release your transcript or grades without a signed request.
To order a transcript
Submit a Transcript Request Form, along with full payment:
Standard transcript fee: Official transcripts cost $17 per copy. Unofficial transcripts cost $5 per copy. Standard orders are processed and mailed within seven business days after receipt of your transcript request form and payment.
Rush processing: $20 per copy in addition to all other fees. 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.
Fax delivery: Domestic number: $5 per copy in addition to all other fees. International number: $10 per copy in addition to all other fees.
Rush shipping via FedEx: $35 additional charge for the first address. $15 charge for each additional address. Must be received by 2pm PST. FedEx will not deliver to a PO Box or military mailbox. Please provide a street address for FedEx delivery.
Transcript notarization: $10 per signature in addition to all other fees.
If your transcript is not successfully delivered, you will have 60 days from the date on which it was sent to request a second copy. We will send one complimentary replacement transcript to the same delivery address within the 60 day window.
A transcript held for pick up will be held for 60 days after you have been notified that it is available for pick up. If not picked up within that 60 window, the transcript will be mailed to the address on file in your student record.
If you need a replacement for a transcript not successfully delivered or not picked up after the 60 day window, you will be required to submit a new transcript request and pay any associated transcript fees.
Records for courses taken prior to Sept. 15, 1967, are maintained on the UCLA campus.