Ordering Transcripts

Order Online: Students and recent alumni who have a MyAccess login can order official transcripts online. Simply log in to the student portal and click the "Study List & Grades" tab.  Students can choose legal name or lived name for each transcript order.  Alumni and former students whose UCSF student record includes their Gmail account can use their Google credentials to log in to the student portal. If you do not have a Gmail account in your student record, or if you need to update the telephone number that you encounter during the login process, please contact the Office of the RegistrarFurther instructions for Google login are available.

The student portal provides an unofficial transcript at no charge. The unofficial transcript shows lived name.  Click the "Study List & Grades" tab and then click "Order Transcript".

Online ordering and unofficial transcripts are not available at this time for alumni and former students who do not have MyAccess or a Gmail account. Please submit a Transcript Request Form to order an official transcript. Scholars whose home campus was not UCSF, including matriculants of joint programs and participants in the Intercampus Exchange and San Francisco Consortium programs, should request transcripts from their home campus.

All students and alumni may order official transcripts in person, by fax, or by mail. Please download the Transcript Request Form, or you can obtain a form at MU-200W.

Official PDF transcripts are available. Compare paper vs. PDF.

When you place an order, you can ask us to hold your order for degree posting. However, we will not hold orders for pending grades or grade changes. Please monitor your record in the student portal and submit your request only after your record is up to date.

Please see note for Nursing Special Studies, UC Berkeley Extension, and UC Hastings College of the Law.

If you cannot use the Transcript Request Form, you may send us a signed letter containing the following information:

  • Your name when you graduated from UCSF and, if different, your current name
  • Your current address and phone number
  • Your program (e.g., Nursing, Pharmacy, Graduate Division)
  • Your Social Security number
  • Your date of graduation (if any)

Note: When we send your transcript, we will not disclose your Social Security number.

Processing Time

We offer standard processing (normally 4 business days) as well as rush processing (transcript available by 4 p.m. the next business day). We also offer expedited delivery services.


Please review our fees. The total fee for your request will be the sum of the fees for the service, the processing time, and the delivery method.


Please sign your request. Enclose a check, money order, or cashier's check payable to UC Regents for the total fee or provide your Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express information on the Transcript Request Form. If you are paying by credit card and do not use the Transcript Request Form, please provide your card number and expiration date. For credit card orders only, you may fax your request to (415) 476-9690. Please do not send credit card numbers by e-mail.

Submitting Request

You may submit your request in person or by mail, fax, or e-mail. If you send your request by e-mail, please include your telephone number so we can call you for your credit card information. We cannot accept credit card information sent by e-mail.


Transcript & Diploma Unit
UCSF Office of the Registrar
UCSF Box 0244
500 Parnassus Ave MU-200W
San Francisco CA 94143


(415) 476-9690


[email protected]

In Person

Millberry Union, Room 200 West

If you have questions, please call (415) 476-4356.

Nursing Special Studies

For transcripts from the Post-Masters Special Studies Program in the School of Nursing prior to Fall 2019, please e-mail [email protected].

UC Berkeley Extension

If the transcript request is for UC Extension courses taken in the 1980s and 1990s, please contact UC Berkeley Extension.

UC Hastings College of the Law

Please contact UC Hastings College of the Law for transcripts from Hastings.