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  • We can send official transcripts directly to the institution requiring them.
  • We can also place the transcript in a sealed envelope and either mail it to you, or
  • You can pick it up at the Enrolment Services office.
  • You can select a Complete Undergrad/Grad* transcript (this transcript includes all of the academic studies (undergraduate and/or graduate) you have undertaken, or
  • You can select a Graduate Studies Only transcript (this transcript displays only the graduate level studies you have undertaken.
  • As of January 2015, all 7 digit student ID numbers were changed to 8 digits. As such, former students must add the number 2 to the start of their original student ID number (ex. 21234567).

*Most commonly requested transcript.

  • Check your account balance on MyConcordia > My Student Centre, and pay any outstanding balance if necessary.
  • If we are holding your transcript due to an outstanding balance, we can release it on the first business day after your payment appears on your student account.
  • If you are a student in a Master’s or PhD program, transcripts will be released under special circumstances outlined on the Tuition & fees webpage

All Current Students –

It’s easy to request your transcript online. Current students must use the online form. Processing time: within 3 to 5 business days.

See the online Transcript Request Form at MyConcordia.ca under the My Student Center link. Once in the Student Centre go the “My Important Links” box on the right hand side of the page. There you will see the “Request an Official Transcript” link.

For step by step instructions please see How to request an official transcript.

If you encounter any issues while completing your transcript request online, try disabling your browser’s pop-up blockers and/or use a different browser. (Firefox, Chrome)

*Please note that official transcripts cannot be issued by email or by fax.

Former Students /Alumni –

It’s easy to request your transcript online. Processing time: within 3 to 5 business days.

See the online Transcript Request Form at MyConcordia.ca under the My Student Center link. Once in the Student Centre go the “My Important Links” box on the right hand side of the page. There you will see the “Request an Official Transcript” link.

For step by step instructions please see How to request an official transcript.

If you encounter any issues while completing your transcript request online, try disabling your browser’s pop-up blockers and/or use a different browser. (Firefox, Chrome)

Note: If you attended Concordia in the mid-1970’s or earlier and had a 6 digit Student ID number, you will not be able to access MyConcordia.ca to use the online request form. Please use the PDF Transcript Request Form and submit it by fax, by mail, or in-person at the Birks Student Service Centre. Processing time: within 5 to 7 business days. When you fill out this form, please make sure to:

  • Print clearly and remember to sign both sections of the form.
  • Your signature is required to release the transcript(s).
  • Incomplete or illegible forms will cause delays in processing your request.
  • We cannot accept requests sent by email.

Those with 7 digit ID numbers will be able to access MyConcordia.ca

*Please note that official transcripts cannot be issued by email or by fax.

Fees for Official Transcripts

The fee for official transcripts is $12.40 per sealed envelope with a maximum of 2 transcripts per envelope.

If multiple copies are to be placed separately in individually sealed envelopes (i.e. one copy per envelope vs two copies in the same envelope), please indicate the number of copies and to seal them individually on the request form. The cost for each envelope is $12.40.

All fees include regular postage and taxes.

Requesting or Picking-up a Transcript on Someone’s Behalf

Written authorization, signed by the Concordia student, alumnus or alumna, must be provided along with the completed transcript request form if someone plans to make a transcript request by proxy on someone’s behalf. The same is required if someone plans to pick-up a transcript on someone else’s behalf. Please use the Authorization To Request And/Or Pick Up Official Transcripts form for this purpose.

Methods For Submitting Your Transcript Request

All Current Students

Processed within 3 to 5 business days

MyConcordia.ca > My Student Centre

The online Transcript Request Form can be found at MyConcordia.ca under the My Student Centre link. Once in My Student Centre go to the “My Important Links” box on the right hand side of the page. There you will see the “Request An Official Transcript” link.

For step by step instructions see How to request a transcript.

Payment: You can pay by VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Discover and certain Debit Cards.

Note: If you require that a special form be filled out by the Registrar’s Office which must be sent out with your official transcript, you will be able to upload the form when you make your online transcript request.

Processed within 3 to 5 business days

MyConcordia.ca > My Student Centre

The online Transcript Request Form can be found at MyConcordia.ca under the My Student Centre link. Once in My Student Centre go to the “My Important Links” box on the right hand side of the page. There you will see the “Request An Official Transcript” link.

For step by step instructions see How to request a transcript.

Payment: You can pay by VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Discover and certain Debit Cards.

Note: If you require that a special form be filled out by the Registrar’s Office which must be sent out with your official transcript, you will be able to upload the form when you make your online transcript request.

In person
(Using the PDF form)

Processed within 5 to 7 business days

Birks Student Service Centre
Room LB 185
1400 De Maisonneuve W.

Payment: You can pay by money order, VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Discover or Debit Card. By fax
(Using the PDF form)

Processed within 5 to 7 business days

Send to: 514-848-2621

Payment: Include payment by Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover (excluding debit credit cards, i.e., TD, CIBC, and US Debit Credit Card). The credit card number, the expiry date and the card holder’s signature are required.

Please note that duplicate fax requests will be considered as individual requests and will be charged accordingly.

Important: We cannot receive faxes during the university’s winter holiday closure period. For dates see: Academic Calendar By mail
(Using the PDF form)

Processed within 5 to 7 business days

Send to:

Concordia University
Att: Transcript Department; Room FB 900
1455 De Maisonneuve Blvd. West
Montreal, Quebec, H3G 1M8

Payment: Include payment by cheque or money order (payable to Concordia University), or VISA, MasterCard, American Express or Discover (excluding debit credit cards, i.e., TD, CIBC, and US Debit Credit Card). Payment by credit card requires the card number, the expiry date as well as the card holder’s signature.

Confirming Your Request / Receiving Your Transcripts

Due to the volume of requests received, we are not able to contact you to confirm receipt of each request nor can we contact you when your transcript has been issued or is ready to be picked up.

You can view the status of your official transcript request(s) at MyConcordia.ca under the My Student Center link. Once in the Student Centre go the “My Important Links” box on the right hand side of the page. There you will see the “Request an Official Transcript” link. You can view the status of your request by clicking on that link.

Confirming requests

Online requests: When submitting a request online you will be able to print a receipt as well as a final confirmation page. Please keep a copy for your records as this is confirmation that your request has been received by us.

You can also view the status of your official transcript request(s) at MyConcordia.ca under the My Student Center link. Once in the Student Centre go the “My Important Links” box on the right hand side of the page. There you will see the “Request an Official Transcript” link. You can view the status of your request by clicking on that link.

Request made on the PDF form: Unfortunately, we cannot confirm the receipt of each paper request form received. You can view the status of your official transcript request(s) at MyConcordia.ca under the My Student Center link. Once in the Student Centre go the “My Important Links” box on the right hand side of the page. There you will see the “Request an Official Transcript” link. You can view the status of your request by clicking on that link.

Processing time

It can take up to 3 to 5 business days to process online transcript requests and 5 to 7 business days for requests made on the PDF form. It may take longer for pre-1993 records and during peak periods (i.e. before an admission application deadline or a scholarship application deadline).

Be sure to submit your request well in advance of your deadline dates.

Pick-up in person

You can see when your transcript is ready to be picked up at the Enrolment Services office, FB‑900 (1250 Guy) by going to MyConcordia.ca under the My Student Center link. Once in the Student Centre go the “My Important Links” box on the right hand side of the page. There you will see the “Request an Official Transcript” link. You can view the status of your request by clicking on that link.

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We will hold transcripts for pick-up for a maximum of 6 months.

By mail

Official transcripts are normally sent by regular mail. If we send you official transcripts, they arrive in a large brown envelope which can be opened. The sealed official transcripts are inside.

Please note that it is not possible to track items sent by regular mail.

You can see when your transcript was sent out by regular mail by going to MyConcordia.ca under the My Student Center link. Once in the Student Centre go the “My Important Links” box on the right hand side of the page. There you will see the “Request an Official Transcript” link. You can view the status of your request by clicking on that link.

Electronic delivery

Transcripts destined to other universities in Quebec are sent electronically.

You can see when your transcript was sent out electronically by going to MyConcordia.ca under the My Student Center link. Once in the Student Centre go the “My Important Links” box on the right hand side of the page. There you will see the “Request an Official Transcript” link. You can view the status of your request by clicking on that link.

By courier

Courier service can be provided for an additional fee, depending on the destination. Here is the current list of courier companies we use and their fees.

You can see when your transcript was sent out by courier by going to MyConcordia.ca under the My Student Center link. Once in the Student Centre go the “My Important Links” box on the right hand side of the page. There you will see the “Request an Official Transcript” link. You can view the status of your request by clicking on that link.

Here is the current list of courier companies we use and their fees.

Official ICS Canada Transcript Request Form

How to request a transcript

As a student, graduate, or former student of ICS Canada, you can request to have your official academic transcript sent directly to you or another institution.

Click here to look up your student record.

  1. Once you’ve located your student record, you will be directed to fill out an official ICS Canada Transcript Request with a third party vendor, Parchment.
  2. You will be prompted to enter more detailed student information, and select where or who you would like your transcript sent to.
  3. You can then choose between an eTranscript or Paper Transcript, which will be mailed to the address you select. Fees vary based on delivery method.
  4. Next, you will need to provide details on your order options, including which program you want your transcript generated for.
  5. Lastly, you will need to provide an electronic signature of consent, and submit your payment information for the transcript processing. You will have a chance to review your order before it is placed.

Graduate Admissions

Transcript Requirements

It is important to read and work through the following transcript details:

  • Unofficial transcripts from U.S. and Canadian institutions are needed from each undergraduate institution attended and should be uploaded in the online application unless you accumulated less than 15 credits.
    • Official transcripts will need to be submitted upon admission.
  • Unofficial transcripts from U.S. and Canadian institutions are needed from each graduate institution attended and should be uploaded in the online application regardless of the number of credits accumulated.
    • Official transcripts will need to be submitted upon admission.
  • Unofficial transcripts from SCSU and other Minnesota State institutions should be uploaded in the online application.
    • SCSU can directly obtain your official SCSU or Minnesota State transcript upon admission.
    • If credits from institutions outside of Minnesota State were used toward your Minnesota State degree, those unofficial transcripts should also be uploaded in the application. Official transcripts will need to be submitted upon admission.

International Transcript Evaluation Requirements

  • Applicants who have been awarded a bachelor’s and or graduate degree from an international higher education institution (recognized by the country’s Education Ministry) need to submit a NACES evaluation preferably completed by the WES organization.
  • A NACES-affiliated transcript evaluation, preferably completed by the WES organization is required of applicants who have studied outside of the United States or Canada. Your undergraduate, graduate and doctoral transcripts from non-USA or non-Canadian education institutions must be sent to WES by the issuing institution. Official transcripts need to be submitted from each institution unless you accumulated less than 15 credits.
  • This process is as important as completing the admission application. An applicant’s international credentials will not be reviewed for admission consideration until a transcript evaluation is completed.
  • If you have a graduate degree from a United States or Canadian accredited institution, a course-by-course transcript evaluation of your international undergraduate work may not be necessary. Please confer with the Director of Graduate Admissions.
  • You can apply for a transcript evaluation on the WES web site, and should select the course-by-course evaluation. Please make sure that St. Cloud State University is listed as one of the recipients of the WES evaluation. Once all required documentation has been received by WES, the evaluation usually takes 7 to 10 days to complete.
  • If you request an international transcript evaluation before your last term’s grades are posted it is NOT necessary, after completing your last term, to have a revision evaluation completed by WES or a NACES organization. The School of Graduate Studies at St. Cloud State University does NOT require this additional revision service. Some applicants may still elect to have their last semester of grades evaluated by WES for future employment or educational purposes. The cost is $80.
  • You are requested to send the School of Graduate Studies an attested copy of your last term marks/grades and diploma if it is not included in your transcript evaluation. At the time of enrollment at SCSU, all grades must be recorded on your official transcript and the appropriate degree must be conferred and posted. If the appropriate degree is not conferred, you will not be allowed to commence coursework.

Evaluation Exemptions

School of Graduate Studies
Contact Information
Phone: (320) 308-2113

Campus address
720 4th Avenue South
St. Cloud, MN 56301-4498
(320) 308-0121

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U.S. and English Canadian Transcripts

Modified on: Tue, 3 May, 2020 at 8:21 AM

REQUIREMENTS

  • TRANSCRIPTS ARE REQUIRED to be sent to VMCAS from all U.S. and English-speaking Canadian institutions reported in the “Colleges Attended” section of the application. VMCAS CANNOT process the application without receiving all required transcripts.
  • DO NOT SEND FOREIGN TRANSCRIPTS. CARIBBEAN and FRENCH CANADIAN schools are considered FOREIGN. VMCAS will NOT accept these documents and they will be shredded. See the “Foreign and French Canadian Transcripts” section for detailed instructions.
  • TRANSCRIPTS MUST BE OFFICIAL AND SENT DIRECTLY FROM THE SCHOOL OR COLLEGE.Photocopied, faxed, or electronic transcripts will not be accepted.
  • TRANSCRIPTS MUST BE ADDRESSED TO VMCAS. Transcripts addressed to you, a veterinary program, school, or any address other than VMCAS will not be accepted.
  • TRANSCRIPTS MUST BE MAILED BY YOUR REGISTRAR’S OFFICE. NO EXCEPTIONS. APPLICANT MAILED TRANSCRIPTS ARE UNACCEPTABLE. If anything is marked on the transcript indicating that it was issued to the student, picked up by the applicant, or mailed to any address other than VMCAS, the transcript will be rejected and shredded, and another transcript will need to be sent. This is an AAVMC policy and is not negotiable. IMPORTANT:DO NOTATTEMPT TO MAIL TRANSCRIPTS TO VMCAS YOURSELF IN ONE GIANT ENVELOPE. This renders those transcripts invalid and is an unacceptable method for submitting transcripts to VMCAS. Transcripts sent to VMCAS this way will be rejected and shredded.

TIPS FOR SENDING A U.S. OR ENGLISH CANADIAN TRANSCRIPT

1. List all schools in the “Colleges Attended” section BEFORE requesting transcripts. Ensure that schools are listed correctly, as per the “Colleges Attended” instructions.

2. Click the blue “Download Transcript Request Form” button under each school listed and print it out. VMCAS strongly recommends that applicants request that their registrar’s office attach this Transcript Request Form to the official transcript. This form helps VMCAS properly match official transcripts to the correct VMCAS application. However, this form is NOT REQUIRED . If you cannot use this form, please ensure your transcript has the word “VMCAS” and your full VMCAS ID# printed directly on it by the registrar before it’s sent.

3. Only ONE transcript from each school is required regardless of the number of programs to which you are applying.

4. Provide the following additional information to the Registrar:


  • The VMCAS Transcript Request Form
  • All information the registrar needs to properly >NOTE: If you are requesting a transcript online, we understand you cannot include the transcript request form. Instead, include the word “VMCAS ID#” and your FULL VMCAS ID# when you are typing our address into the field for where you want the company to mail the transcript. This ensures that your VMCAS ID# will print onto the transcript as part of the address label, enabling VMCAS staff to match the transcript to your application.

5. Confirm that the transcript has been mailed to VMCAS from your school and note the date it was sent. Some schools processing times can vary, and processing the request can be delayed, especially towards the end of a semester. Some schools may hold the transcript from being sent until the semester is over.

6. Monitor your VMCAS application account to ensure the transcript has been received. On average, it takes 7-10 business days for transcripts to be posted to the application from the date it is received at VMCAS. Once it posts, it will be listed on the “Check Status” tab with a date received.

7. If your transcript has not been posted to your application after 10 business days (which do not include weekends or holidays) from the date your school confirmed mailing it, it may need to be resent. Please contact VMCAS customer service to follow up on your transcript. Confirm the date the transcript was mailed by the school to VMCAS and have this information available when you contact us.

VMCAS MAILING ADDRESS:

Send all transcripts to:

VMCAS Transcript Processing Center
P.O. Box 9126
Watertown, MA 02471

APPLICANT RESPONSIBILITY:

NOTE: It is the applicant’s responsibility to monitor their application for transcript receipt, even after the application has been submitted. VMCAS does NOT notify applicants concerning missing transcripts. If it has been longer than 10 business days and the transcript has not been posted, the transcripts may need to be re-sent. Applicants may view the status of transcript receipt at any time by clicking on the “Check Status” tab.

VMCAS is not responsible for materials lost in the mail, and/or delays caused by the school Registrar’s Office. Express or certified mail does not guarantee expedient processing, and VMCAS cannot guarantee receipt of transcripts sent by express or certified mail.

WHAT COULD DELAY THE POSTING OF MY TRANSCRIPTS?

The following issues can cause delays in processing and should be avoided whenever possible:

  • Transcript is not accompanied by a Transcript Request Form.
  • Transcript is accompanied by the incorrect Transcript Request Form.
  • Transcript is not addressed specifically to “VMCAS.” We receive mail for over 30 application services; therefore your documents MUST specify that you are applying to VMCAS in order to be processed.
  • School is not listed on the applicant’s VMCAS application under “Colleges Attended,” preventing VMCAS from processing the transcript upon its arrival. VMCAS cannot attach a transcript to your application unless the school is listed.
  • The incorrect school’s name is listed on the applicant’s VMCAS application under “Colleges Attended.” As a result, VMCAS cannot attach it until it is corrected.
  • Name on transcript cannot be found in the VMCAS database, either because the applicant’s name has changed, the name is misspelled on the transcript, the name is misspelled on the VMCAS application, or the applicant has not yet created a VMCAS account.

WHAT COULD CAUSE VMCAS TO REJECT MY TRANSCRIPTS?

The following problems can prevent transcripts from being accepted should be avoided whenever possible:

  • Transcript is unofficial, marked as “issued to student”, or is addressed to someone other than VMCAS.
  • Transcript is missing pages or has been severely damaged in the mail.
  • Document received by VMCAS is not a transcript.
  • Transcript does not belong to the VMCAS applicant but to another student at the school, oftentimes with the same or a similar name. This often occurs because applicants do not prov >A: YES . Applicants are required to send ONE transcript from each college attended regardless of the number of courses taken or what specific veterinary programs require.

Q: Should I send my high school transcript?

A: NO. VMCAS does NOT accept high school transcripts under any circumstances. To report university-level credit earned while you were a high school student, these courses must be reported under the college or university that awarded the credit. This includes both Advanced Placement or dual-enrollment credit. SeeSpecial Coursework Types.

Q: Do I need to send transcripts for planned or in-progress coursework?

A: NO . You are only required to send transcripts covering all of your completed coursework. VMCAS does NOT require transcripts for coursework labeled as “planned/in-progress.” Please note that when you do complete these courses, if it is after the 9/15 deadline, updated transcripts should be submitted directly to the schools to which you are applying.

Q: Do I also need to send copies of my transcripts to my veterinary programs?

A: In general, you only need to submit transcripts to VMCAS. Some veterinary programs, if you reach a certain point in the admissions process, may request additional transcripts at a later date, while others will not. You should contact the programs directly to determine if they require any additional transcripts.

Q: I have a different name on my transcript than on my application. Will that cause a problem?

A: This can definitely delay the processing of transcripts, but there are steps that applicants can and should take to minimize any difficulties. FIRST, fill out the “materials under another name” section under “Personal Information.” SECOND, ask the registrar’s office to physically write your current name and VMCAS ID# on the transcript. FINALLY, include the transcript request form with the transcript. If you have done step one, your former name will print out on the transcript request form.

Q: Can I send transcripts that are on file at Interfolio or a career center?

A: NO . All transcripts must be sent to VMCAS directly from the registrar at each institution you attended.

Q: Why won’t you accept “student issued” transcripts or transcripts which are sealed but mailed by me? They still say “Official Transcript” on them and are sealed from the registrar.

A: As a result of numerous forged transcripts having been received by VMCAS, VMCAS is no longer authorized to accept transcripts from any source other than the registrar. If transcripts are marked issued to student, issued to student in a sealed envelope, official transcript issued to student, “Issued To:” or “Send To:” the applicant’s name and address, indicates the transcript was picked up by the applicant, or is addressed to anyone other than VMCAS it renders the transcript INVALID. This decision was made to prevent further fraudulent activity. VMCAS CANNOT make any exceptions to this rule, as it is a policy of the AAVMC. If VMCAS receives a student issued transcript, it will be rejected and VMCAS will notify you to resend an official copy.

Q: My school won’t issue a transcript to VMCAS and must use my name. What do I do?

A: VMCAS can accept transcripts issued to a applicant’s name and address as long as they are accompanied by a letter from the school’s registrar’s office stating their policy for addressing transcripts and confirming that the transcript was mailed by the registrar to VMCAS directly. The transcript still cannot have an “Issued to Student” or “Student Copy” stamp and may not be picked up by the student. Transcripts without this letter will not be accepted.

Q: I have a hold on my school account and cannot request a transcript. What do I do?

A: VMCAS will NOT process an application that is missing an official transcript due to a hold at the applicant’s former institution. Applicants who have holds on their accounts MUST resolve the matter with the school in question PRIOR to applying, regardless of the circumstances surrounding the situation. NO EXCEPTIONS.

Q: Transcripts do not exist for me at a particular school. What do I do?

A: If you do not have a transcript for a school you attended, VMCAS REQUIRES that the school registrar’s office send a letter on official school letterhead confirming that no transcript exists, along with rationale. Contact VMCAS customer service if you have any questions.

Q: My school has closed since I attended. How do I obtain a transcript?

A: When a school closes, they are not permitted to destroy transcripts and those records are usually given to another institution to take care of. A quick Google search of your school’s name and “transcript” will usually tell you where your transcripts are stored and who to request them from. If you cannot determine where these records are, you should contact the Department of Education in the state where the school was located. They may have your records on file, or be able to tell you where they are located. If the records have been lost, VMCAS REQUIRES a letter from the Department of Education in the state the school was located stating that the transcript records no longer exists and why.

Q: Can I e-submit my application before my transcripts are received by VMCAS?

A: Yes. Once you have successfully filled out your application, you can e-submit it to VMCAS at any time. However, your application will not be processed until VMCAS has received all official transcripts and your payment.

Q: I sent a transcript with more than one campus on it, but only one campus is showing as received by VMCAS. What should I do?

A: When VMCAS receives multiple campus transcripts, only the first campus is listed until the application is submitted. Upon submission, all of the campuses should automatically be listed as “received”. If this does not occur within 24 hours after submission, please contact VMCAS Customer Service for guidance.

Q: Can my designated programs view the transcripts I send to VMCAS?

A: YES. The transcripts that you are required to send to VMCAS are visible electronically to your designated program(s).

Q: Can VMCAS forward my transcripts to me, my schools, or schools not affiliated with VMCAS?

A: NO . As per the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), VMCAS may not release transcripts to anyone other than your designated schools, including other schools or the applicant themselves.

Q: Can I send other materials to VMCAS even if they are not required?

A: Do not send any documents other than those required for VMCAS application to VMCAS, regardless of whether you wish them to be included as part of your application. VMCAS will NOT forward any documents other than those requested to your program designations. If you would like your program designations to obtain a copy of additional documents or credentials, you should contact those programs directly and ask whether they will allow you to send these items to the admissions offices directly. Be sure to investigate any supplemental application materials or fees that your individual program(s) may require.

Official Transcript Requirements

What is an official transcript?

Official transcripts are issued directly to Concordia University of Edmonton by a ministry of education, educational institution or other authority. Depending on the issuer, official transcripts may be sent electronically, by mail or by courier.

To be considered “official”, transcripts that have been mailed or couriered must:

  • Show final grades for all courses taken at the institution.
  • Bear the institution’s seal/stamp and the pres >Concordia University of Edmonton
    Attention: Office of Admissions
    7128 Ada Boulevard
    Edmonton, Alberta T5B 4E4
    Canada

What if I am still enrolled in classes?

For applicants who are currently enrolled in classes, they should have interim transcripts sent from the institution to the Admissions Office, with final transcripts to follow after completion of studies for the assessment process to begin.

Please note: Graduate applicants must have completed their studies and be able to provide their final transcript(s) before the document deadline to be considered for admission.

Do I need to submit an official transcript from an institution that I attended only for a semester?

Yes, applicants are required to submit official transcripts from ALL post-secondary institutions where they have taken or are taking courses – whether or not they believe the record will have bearing on their admission. If you have questions or concerns, please contact our office by email.

My institution issues only one original transcript.

Ask the institution to make a photocopy of your official transcript (and degree certificate).

The appropriate authority at the institution must do ALL of the following with the photocopy:

  • Certify each page to be a true copy of the original document with the official seal/stamp and the Registrar’s signature.
  • Place the certified (attested) copy in an institution envelope addressed to our office.
  • Seal and endorse it by signing (or stamping) on the flap of the envelope.
  • Send the document directly to the Admissions Office by mail or courier. (If the institution does not want to incur mailing cost, Concordia University of Edmonton will accept the official transcript sent by the student, providing that it is received in the above manner).

My institution issues documents in a language other than English or French.

Official transcripts in the original language must be submitted as stated in (1) above.

In addition, a complete, literal (word-by-word) English translation by a certified translator must also be submitted. A copy of the original language document AND the official English translations must be sealed in an official envelope and endorsed across the back flap by the translator.

Note: There are many countries where post-secondary institutions issue official transcripts in English regardless of the official national language.

International Students

International student applicants must submit official transcripts, which are documents that list the courses studied, grades obtained, standing in class, and any other related academic information.

International student applicants will need to request all transcripts from the institutions they attended or from the government ministry in charge of education. These documents should be sent in a sealed envelope directly from the institution(s) or ministry to the Admissions Office at Concordia University of Edmonton.

Mailing Address

Concordia University of Edmonton
Attention: Office of Admissions
7128 Ada Boulevard
Edmonton, Alberta T5B 4E4
Canada

Official transcripts normally bear the sending institution’s official seal, stamp or imprint, and the original signature of the issuer. Documents such as Statement of Results, Student Copy, Confirmation Copy, facsimiles, or photocopies are not considered official documentation and will not be accepted in lieu of an official transcript. Attested copies of official transcripts are acceptable providing the attested copy is sent from the sending institution and bears the institutions stamp and original signature.

All transcripts and other international student admissions documents received by the Student and Enrolment Services Office become the property of Concordia University of Edmonton and will not be released or photocopied for the applicant or forwarded to another institution.

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Transcripts

Unofficial Transcripts

Unofficial transcripts are transcripts that an applicant has opened, obtained electronically, or has had access to.

For the purpose of the UNBC online application, applicants are welcome to upload unofficial transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended as they can be used for evaluation, however, you need to make arrangements to have official transcripts sent directly from the issuing institution to UNBC by the application deadline.

Official Transcripts

Official transcripts are those that the applicant has:

  • Either requested be sent from their post-secondary institution directly to UNBC, or
  • Ensured that the post-secondary institution has sent them one which has remained in the sealed institutional envelope it was prov >Official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions are required, no matter how long it has been since you attended and even if the coursework was not completed or a degree was not awarded. Failure to do so may result in your admission being denied, an admission offer rescinded, or removal from a graduate program. Official transcripts should be sent to:

University of Northern British Columbia
Office of the Registrar, Attn: Graduate Admissions
3333 University Way
Prince George, BC V2N 4Z9 CANADA

Listing all Post-Secondary Institutions

If you are listing multiple institutions, please list your most recent first (including any from which you have a degree credential). If you need more room to list all of the post-secondary institution you’ve attended, please email the ones that you were unable to list on the online application to graduate-admissions@unbc.ca with the subject additional institutions. Remember to include your User ID within your email message.

UNBC Graduates & Former Students

If you graduated with a degree from UNBC, or are a current or former UNBC student, you do not need to submit a UNBC transcript as we have it on file. Also, if you previously provided transcripts from other institutions, and you haven’t completed any additional coursework at that institution, you do not need to resubmit the transcript.

Re-Applying

If you provided official transcripts with a previous application to UNBC, you will not need to resubmit them with your new application, unless it has been more than 1 year.

Mumbai University Transcripts for WES Canada

On December 1, 2020, WES modified the document requirements for applicants educated in India. WES requires all documents to be mailed directly to WES by the institution that issues them. WES does not accept documents in sealed envelopes that are forwarded to WES by applicants themselves, colleges, agents, consultants, or other third parties. official transcript indore can help in the process.

Get Transcripts from Mumbai University, Mumbai.

Services we provide for Mumbai University

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  4. Duplicate Mark sheet

We Provide The Transcripts Services for University of Mumbai.

Transcripts:

Transcripts from Mumbai University is a set of attested/verification mark-sheets from first to final year. These mark-sheets are placed in sealed envelope which is signed and stamped by the official along the flap of the envelope.

How many processing times will it take to get a transcripts from Mumbai University?

Definitions:- Mumbai University usually takes 5-10 working days to issue official sealed transcripts.

Documents required for transcripts Mumbai University:-

Scans of all the mark-sheets from first to last semester/year and degree certificate/ and any id & address proof like – aadhar card or voter id or passport etc. only JPEG format.

What is Academic/Official/WES CANADA Sealed Transcripts?

Definitions: – Transcripts is generally a university marksheet usually called in India but nowadays at college level it’s called as a Transcript. Usually, Transcript is a consolidated marksheet which means all your semesters or yearly marks are on it printed and attested/verification as well by your University controller of examination or registrar or other entities as well. Also is a complete representation of a student’s academic record. It includes all courses attempted. Most of the overseas universities accept transcripts certificate as a official documents from University. Mostly, if you get any call from abroad they will ask you to submit your university transcript certificate means marksheet of your under graduate or post graduate level.

Why do require official transcripts Mumbai University?

Definitions:- Transcripts are usually used by student/candidates to apply for visa, higher education for foreign university, immigration, permanent residency (PR), H1B visa etc. Mostly student/candidates are applying for WES evaluation ECA for Canada PR, Education or Job, IQAS assessment for immigration purposes and international credential assessment service of Canada (ICAS for Canada Immigration). So you require applying for official transcripts from your Indian university.

How many official transcripts should I order Mumbai University?

Definitions:- For each Degree/ Diploma /certificate you need to provide one copy of official transcripts in a sealed envelope with stamps on the back flap. Also you need to send clear and clean photocopies of degree/diploma/certificate. You didn’t need to send any documents for 10th or 12th. As per official transcript indore but If your apply for 2 sets of transcripts from University of Mumbai, you will receive 2 envelopes each containing one set of transcript, Each set of transcripts/verification/attested marksheets from University of Mumbai is issued in a As such, separate sealed and stamped/signed envelope Controller of Examination or Registrar’s Offices.

Send Delhi University Transcripts Direct to WES Canada

Send Transcripts to WES Canada from Delhi University campus post office. Collect in person, mail by speed post cost Rs 1400. Write WES reference number.

Delhi University Transcripts to WES Canada

DU has no process at this time to send transcripts directly to WES Canada on their own. But, you can send DU transcripts directly to WES Canada by mailing from DU campus Post office within pin code 110007 (Delhi).

Once you get the DU transcripts sealed envelope in your hand, just write your WES reference number on top and then POST (mail) it directly to WES Canada’s official address.

You can mail it by Indian Post Office near SBI Bank in DU campus or by DHL, Fedex courier near PG Men’s hostel.

Delhi University has also posted this same notice on their office wall as DU do NOT have the process to mail it themselves:

All thanks to Ritu Agarwal for sharing the Photo from DU office Wall.

Transcript Fees – USD or Indian Rupee

You can pay Transcript fees in INR 1000 (no need to pay in USD), collect transcripts from DU office and mail it directly by Speed Post.

This is because you are collecting and mailing the sealed envelope.

Add DU Degree to OLD Sealed Transcript Envelope

If you already have OLD sealed Transcripts envelope from Delhi University, you can take it to DU office.

They can open it and insert your degree copy and re-seal the envelope with DU stamp. Then, you can mail it to WES Canada.

I recommend to apply for fresh transcripts as WES may reject them if they are old dated.

Mailing Cost to WES Canada

Speed post courier from Delhi University to WES Canada office costs Rs. 1400.

The Indian speed post takes about 1 week to deliver your DU transcripts to WES Canada.

You will need to write WES reference number on the transcript envelope that would get after paying fees on WES website along with WES Canada mailing address.

WES Reference number ………

Attention: Documentation Center

2 Carlton Street, Suite 1400,

Toronto, Ontario M5B 1J3,

WES Canada Verification Request to DU

If your transcript verification request has been sent to DU by WES Canada, then you need to pay extra verification fees to DU directly.

One of our guest Rohit has shared his experience of getting DU verification done for WES here (in comments).

  1. Pay DD (Demand Draft) in Room No 103 for transcript verification and
  2. Other DD in Room No 207 for Degree Verification directly to DU once WES has sent the email for verification.

DU will take 20-25 days to respond to WES once you have paid the DD fees.

It is still not clear how to send this fees to DU if you are located outside India. You probably have to send someone from your family or friend to DU campus and pay this fees and attach it to your specific WES request.

Other University Transcripts to WES Canada

WES Canada has changed the process starting Oct 2020 and now requires university to send the sealed transcript envelope directly to WES.

You or your friend or any third party service are not allowed to collect the transcript from university and then send it to WES.

But, if your university does NOT have the option of direct mail service, you can collect the transcript from university and mail from POST office located within the campus. This way, the mail appears to have been sent by University.

You can send documents or transcripts to WES from India using India speed post, Fedex or DHL courier for fast Canada PR processing.

Many universities like IP university, Delhi University, MDU Rohtak, VTU do not have the option of direct mailing to WES Canada.

Printed Transcripts

Ordering Printed Official Transcripts

​Currently registered McGill students request printed official transcripts in Minerva (McGill’s Student Information System). If you require your transcript urgently/immediately, you may order an electronic official transcript (eTranscript) instead, or else obtain a printed official transcript in person at Service Point.

Note 1: A $15 fee is applicable for immediate printed official transcript requests.

Note 2: Record changes made on the same day as your immediate printed official transcript request will not display on your printed official transcript.

Alumni or former students who were registered or graduated from McGill as of 1972 or later request printed official transcripts in Minerva and require login credentials. Please visit the IT Knowledgebase to view how to obtain your McGill ID & Minerva PIN. Note: A $10 fee per printed official transcript is applicable. Effective April 2014.

Alumni who were registered or graduated from McGill prior to 1972 (archived records), must submit an online Request for an Archived Official Transcript using Service Point Checkout. You will be required to upload a piece of photo ID and provide your McGill ID number. Please visit the IT Knowledgebase to view how to obtain your McGill ID number. Note: A $15 fee per archived printed official transcript is applicable.

Note: You cannot submit a transcript request if you have a hold on your record (e.g. accounting, registrar, library, etc.). Holds can be viewed on your unofficial transcript in Minerva.

Printed Official Transcript Delivery Options

Mail

Printed official transcripts are mailed via regular mail (Canada Post).

Should you wish to use a delivery service (e.g. courier such as Fed Ex, UPS etc.) to have your transcripts mailed, this can be arranged at your own cost as follows:

Currently registered McGill students, alumni or former students who were registered or graduated from McGill as of 1972 or later order the special delivery service via Minerva following the link and instructions that display upon submission of your printed official transcript request (see Confirmation Page/Payment Receipt).

Note: A $15 fee per special mail delivery request is applicable.

Immediate Transcript

If you are a currently registered student and you require your printed official transcript urgently/immediately, you may obtain it in person at Service Point. Note that record changes made on the same day as your immediate transcript request will not display on your printed official transcript.

For alumni or former students, your transcript cannot be printed on-the-spot; it will be mailed to you AFTER it was ordered in Minerva, per the instructions above.

Note: A $15 fee is applicable and payable by debit.

Third Party Printed Official Transcript Requests

Members of academic institutions or consular offices may, with written authorization from the McGill student or alumni, request official transcripts on behalf of the student. Third Party requests must be submitted using the Request for an Official Transcript (Third Party) form via Service Point Checkout , and will only be accepted when written authorization from the McGill alumni or student is provided.

Note 1: Ensure that the McGill student completes and signs the Authorization for Release of Personal Information form. You will be required to upload the authorization form upon submission of your request via Service Point Checkout.

Note 2: A $15 fee per official transcript is applicable.

McGill students who need to include additional information with their printed official transcript:

Requests for additional information to accompany a printed official transcript may be submitted once the official transcript is ordered via Minerva. You will need to follow the link and instructions that display upon submission of your printed official transcript request in Minerva (see Confirmation Page or Payment Receipt).

  • forms (i.e.: AMCAS, LSAC, SOPHAS, WES…)
  • Common Application
  • course descriptions (pre-Fall 2003)
  • McGill Registration Confirmation Letter
  • admission application number at host institution

Note: A $15 fee per document type is applicable. Effective April 2014

Printed Official Transcript Fees

A $10 fee per printed official transcript is applicable if you have not been registered at McGill in the last 12 months. See Alumni or former students who were registered or graduated from McGill as of 1972 or later. Effective April 2014

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