Please note: The Office of the University Registrar is closed.
Mail and electronic transcript requests submitted online during this time will be processed within two business days.
Pickups are unavailable at this time.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Current and former Danforth Campus students must request transcripts online. Students who know their WUSTL Key can order through WebSTAC. Students who do not know their WUSTL Key, please scroll down to the option ‘Ordering Without A WUSTL Key’.
There is a $5 fee per transcript, payable online using a credit card or through Student Billing for current students (current students must be more than 30 days from graduation). We are unable to take any payment over the phone.
Transcript requests are generally processed and issued the next business day. On all printed transcript orders, the Office of the University Registrar will notify the student by email when the requested transcript has been processed. Students ordering electronic transcripts will be notified by eScrip-Safe.
Please note that the Office of the University Registrar does not accept transcripts from other institutions. Coursework that is transferring from other institutions needs to be sent directly to your school’s academic office.
Need to reprint your consent form?
Unofficial transcripts are available for those that attended after 1978 through WebSTAC. The Office of the University Registrar does not send unofficial transcripts.
The School of Medicine registrar accepts requests for transcripts and certification records for students and alumni of: Audiology and Communication Sciences, Clinical Investigation, Genetic Epidemiology, Health Administration, Nurse Anesthesia, Occupational Therapy, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Physical Therapy, Psychiatric Epidemiology, School of Dentistry and School of Medicine.
Please note: Students who have a WUSTL Key but do not remember their login credentials may use the WUSTL Key and Password recovery features found on the WebSTAC Support page to avoid submitting the consent form.
Transcripts are sent using the United States Postal Service (USPS) First Class Mail, which does not provide a tracking number to monitor the status of the delivery.
For an additional cost, students can ship a transcript with tracking. Washington University in St. Louis has partnered with eshipGlobal to assist students using FedEx, DHL, or UPS. To use this service go to eshipGlobal and sign up for an account. International students who have a previously established account need not create a new one.
Request Your Shipment:
- Register for an account. Enter your information, and click Register
- Login with your Email and Password
- Click “Receive Documents From University”
- Type “Washington University in St. Louis” into the search box and select
- Select “Office of the University Registrar” from the list of departments provided, then click Continue
- Enter the Receiver’s Address information and the Type of Document (Transcript/Diplomas)
- Select preferred method of delivery and click Continue
- Select method of payment (ex Credit/Debit Card, Wire Transfer, or PayPal), enter payment information, click Confirm Payment
- You have successfully created an order and a notification has been sent to Washington University in St. Louis to send out your package. Once your package has been processed, you can track it through your eShipGlobal account and mobile app.
Please contact eshipGlobal Customer Support directly regarding any and all questions, or for any assistance required.
eShipGlobal’s Support Representatives are available Monday through Friday, from 8:00a.m. to 6:00p.m. (CST) via email, phone or live chat.
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: 800-816-1615 or 972-518-1775
- Chat online with a live representative
You may also refer to eShipGlobal’s FAQ page for “Frequently Asked Questions” and answers.
Please note: Electronic transcripts are delivered to the requested recipient as a PDF document which the recipient will be required to download.
Degrees: Degrees awarded by Washington University will appear on your transcript with the conferral date as well as second majors, minors and certificates that have been completed. May degrees are posted on the official date of conferral. August and December degrees are posted retroactively, after the schools have certified degree eligibility and the Board of Trustees has approved the final degree list. Generally speaking, transcripts show August degrees in early October and December degrees in late January. Although August and December degrees are posted after the fact, the transcript will reflect the official conferral date. If necessary, students may contact their dean’s office to obtain official verification of degree or program completion before a degree appears on their transcript.
Coursework: Your transcript is one integral record and contains all of the Washington University coursework for which you registered or received credit. It contains semester-by-semester entries of courses, starting with the earliest semester and progressing to the most recent. A line and marker indication stating that there are “No entries below this line” will follow the last entry on your transcript.
Credit Hours and Grades: Your transcript will show the number of credit hours for each course and the final grade received. The reverse side of your transcript contains a “key” that provides information on grade interpretation and the grade-point average (GPA) scales WUSTL uses for a particular school or division.
Latin Honors: The Latin Honors of Summa Cum Laude, Magna Cum Laude, and Cum Laude are displayed on the first page of your transcript with the degree earned.
Distinctions, Prizes and Awards: All other honors that have been noted on your academic record will appear at the end of your transcript, after your academic coursework.
Remarks: Additional information such as A.P. and transfer credits, and notations such as leaves of absence, also appear at the end of your transcript after academic coursework.