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How do I get a copy of my transcript?

Online Request for Pickup

Fill out the online form and pick up your transcripts at Student Connect the following business day.

In-Person at Student Connect

You can have your Official Transcripts printed for you in-person at Student Connect in the Office of the Registrar. You will need to bring your ONECard or valid government-issued photo ID. Most in-person requests can be processed immediately. If you attended the University of Alberta before May 1983, it may take up to five business days to process your request.

Students will be directed to fill out their Transcript Request Form online and process credit card payment with CVV. Making a request in person is only required if you want to get your transcripts printed on the spot. If you wish to send your transcripts via mail or courier, these requests and payment (if required) can now be made online. Students who need to pay with cash or debit will continue to be able to process their payments in person at Student Connect.

 

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University of Alberta
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T6G 2M7

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