Transcripts including Fall 2016 grades will be available beginning December 22; transcript requests marked Hold For Grades will be processed that day.
Transcripts will not be processed on December 20 or
December 21 during the entry of Fall 2016 grades:
Transcripts requested on December 19 will be available to be mailed out or picked up on December 20 but will not include Fall 2016 grades.
Transcript requests submitted on December 20 or December 21 will be processed beginning December 22.
Please note that the University will be CLOSED Friday, December 23 through Friday, December 30 for the holidays. The Registrar's Office will reopen on Monday, January 2, 2017.
Registrar's Office hours: Monday-Thursday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Transcript Services, Processing Times and Fees
• Official Transcript:
• Unofficial Transcript: free of charge and are stamped unofficial "Not Valid for External Use" and do not have the University name or seal. Current students can also view and print an unofficial transcript through Web Advisor.
• IN PERSON: Come to the Registrar's Office, Whitecar Hall Suite 1100 (1st Floor), and fill out a request form at the counter. Payment for official transcripts can be made with cash, check, money order, or Devils Dollars (for current students).
• BY MAIL: Use one of the printable request forms and include a check or money order. Transcript requests must be signed.
University of the Sciences, Registrar's Office,
Box 32, 600 South 43rd Street,
Philadelphia, PA 19104
• CLEARINGHOUSE: Request Online via the National Student Clearinghouse. Credit or debit card required.
NSC charges an additional fee of $2.25.
•Except during peak periods (beginning and end of semester, graduation) transcripts are mailed, or ready for pick up, after 12:00 noon on the next business day after physical receipt of your request form (and receipt of payment for official transcripts).
•Transcripts are not released for students with any
type of holds on their record for outstanding financial
or other obligations to the university, as indicated in the Student