A transcript is a full record of the classes you have taken and the grades that you earned in each one of them. You may need a transcript to apply to another university, to graduate school, or to get a job.
We’ve created an easy system for you to submit your request to us and we strongly recommend that you request your transcripts online, as this will shorten the time it takes us to process your request. Each transcript is charged a nominal fee of 7€. There is an additional 5€ fee for every transcript that needs to be faxed.
As always, please do not hesitate to contact the Registrar's Office if you have any questions.
To request your transcripts online, please log into the internal portal using your university NetID and complete the transcript request form. If you have forgotten your NetID or have trouble entering or resetting your password, please follow the password reset steps on the portal or contact IT services for assistance. If you attended AUP prior to 1985, electronic delivery is not possible.
We encourage you to request your official transcript online, though it’s also possible to make a written request. To make a request in writing, please complete and sign the written transcript request form and send it to us either by fax, mail, or email along with a copy of a form of ID (passport, driver's license, etc.).
It is important to include the following information with your transcript request:
Please note that if your order is cancelled, only AUP fees are reimbursed; Transcripts on Demand fees are non-refundable.
Electronic transcripts requested through Transcripts on Demand usually reach their destination within one business day of the time you make the request. Paper transcripts requested through Transcripts on Demand take two business days to process upon our receipt of the request.
Paper transcripts requested via regular mail, fax, or email take two business days to process upon our reception of the request. Please note that turnaround times may increase during the end of each semester because of increased volume, so make sure to plan your transcript needs ahead of time.
We can’t process any transcript requests if you have a hold on your account. You can check for any holds by logging into your internal portal and verifying in My Student Services > My Ledger. Your account may have a hold because of an outstanding financial obligation to the University from one of the following offices: bursar, multimedia, library, housing, cultural program, or sports. There may also be a hold for failure to complete an entrance or exit interview for financial aid recipients.
If you have resolved the hold on your account with the relevant University office, please contact the Registrar's Office and let us know so we can process your transcript request.