Students Ordering Transcripts
If you are a current or former student, click below to order a transcript. (If you are not the student, please see Third Party Requests or Third Party Ordering Below.)
Order online if you need your transcript mailed or emailed. You will need your NetID and password. If you do not know your Net ID or password, please do not attempt to create one. Instead, please contact our office for further assistance.
Third-Party Requests (Request From the Public)
To process your request in line with FERPA guidelines, we need a signed student release. If you have one, attach it during ordering. If not, please use our request form and have the student sign it manually. Do not use Parchment's learner consent form, as it does not comply with FERPA.
You will be redirected to our third-party transcript provider, Parchment, where you will choose how and where to send the student’s BYU transcript. You will be prompted to create an account if you do not already have one.
Transcripts available for third parties to order are an eTranscript or a Paper transcript. Notarization can only be ordered by a student.
|Paper Transcript - Mailed
|Paper Transcript + Pickup
|Paper Transcript + Notary or Apostille
|$12 (only available for students to order)
|FedEx Standard Priority - Domestic
|FedEx International Priority
Delivery time for standard shipping varies depending on destination. For more information on FedEx Standard Overnight shipping, click here. For more information on FedEx International Priority shipping, click here.
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eTranscripts will be sent within 24 hours. Paper transcripts with standard shipping are sent within 1 business day. Paper transcripts with FedEx shipping are sent same day if the order is received before 12 pm MST, or the next business day if received after 12 pm.
Toggle ItemDo you need recent coursework to show on the transcript?
Toggle ItemDo you need to pick up a transcript?
Toggle ItemAre you applying to graduate school?
You are now able to send electronic transcripts to dozens of centralized application services (e.g. AMCAS, AADSAS, LSAC, etc.) by ordering an eTranscript. You will need to provide your specific transcript ID number when you place the order.
Toggle ItemAre you applying to BYU Graduate School?
Order an eTranscript to be sent to yourself. Save the PDF to your computer, then upload it with your graduate school application.
Additional instructions for submitting transcripts can be found on the BYU Graduate Studies website.
Toggle ItemAre you sending a transcript to another CES school?
If you’re applying to another CES school (BYU-Idaho, BYU-Hawaii, or Ensign College), search for CES Admissions when prompted to select your recipient.
If you’re already a BYU-Idaho student and need BYU credit sent there, send an eTranscript to email@example.com.
Toggle ItemDo you need to include a form with your transcript?
You can upload an attachment to your order that will be sent with your transcript. If you need a verification letter from BYU to go with your transcript, you need to request that prior to ordering a transcript through our online verification request page.
Toggle ItemDoes your transcript need to be notarized?
Select the “Paper Transcript – Notary” option when you order, and our office will be notified to fulfill that request. The transcript will be mailed to the address you provide in the order. There is an additional $5 fee for notarization. An additional 1-2 business days will be required.
Toggle ItemDoes your transcript need to be apostilled?
An apostille is an international certification comparable to a notarization in domestic law, and it supplements a notarization of the document. If you need an apostille select the “Paper Transcript- Apostille” option when you order, attach a completed apostille request form and put the state office as the recipient address (address is listed on the Apostille request form). Our office will be notified to notarize the document. We will attach the apostille form to your transcript and send them both to the state office to get apostilled. For more information, visit authentications.utah.gov.
Toggle ItemDo you have any holds that will prevent you from ordering a transcript?
- If you attended before 1979, your records may need to be digitized before an official transcript can be ordered.
- An ecclesiastical endorsement is not required to order a transcript.
Toggle ItemDo you need a paper copy or electronic copy?
Paper transcripts are printed on official transcript security paper and are mailed to the address you provide. eTranscripts are delivered much faster and give you the option of saving the PDF.
- If your transcript needs to go to a third party recipient (school, company, etc.), check with them to see if they will accept electronic PDF copies. Also, be aware that many third parties want to receive the transcript directly from BYU instead of forwarded from you.
- eTranscripts are delivered as a PDF, and are meant to be viewed electronically. If printed, they become unofficial and “Copy of Certified PDF” will be displayed across the transcript. Viewing electronic transcripts on mobile devices is not supported.
Toggle ItemWhat is the processing time?
eTranscripts will be sent within 24 hours. Paper transcripts with standard shipping are sent within 1 business day. Paper transcripts with FedEx shipping are sent same day if the order is received before 12:00 p.m. MST, or the next business day if received after 12:00 p.m.
Toggle ItemWhat needs to be included in a student release?
Requests should include the following information: Student’s full name, Student’s month and day of birth, name and contact information of requestor, mailing address or email where transcript should be sent and a hand written signature of requestor with the date. If you do not have a release, please use our request form.
Toggle ItemWhat is on the transcript?
- Student Name
- Student ID Number
- Birth day and month
- Current major and minor
- Degrees Awarded
- Academic recognitions
- All coursework (with grades) by semester
- Semester GPA’s
- Semester hours earned and graded
- Current enrollment
- Transfer institutions with transfer hours
- BYU GPA Summary
- Total hours earned
- Total hours graded
- Memorandum area for special notations