A transcript is the official record of a student's academic history at the University of Washington Tacoma, including declared major(s) and minor(s), courses taken, grades received, grade-point average, and degrees awarded. Official Transcripts are printed on special paper and certified by the University and are required by most scholarships, financial aid, and academic institution applications.
Official University of Washington Tacoma transcripts are available from the Office of the Registrar. Official Transcripts may also be ordered using MyUW, or by using a Transcript Request Form completed by the student.
Because the signature of the student is required, email requests cannot be accepted. A fee for official transcripts is required at the time of the request. Current students may have the charge added to their student account. Allow three to five working days for processing. Transcripts may be picked up in the Office of the Registrar with picture identification or mailed to a third party, per student request. Each transcript will include all course work taken at the University of Washington, with indication of the campus where the credits were earned. For additional information about ordering transcripts and fees, see the UW Transcript page.
Unofficial transcripts are not certified by the University. They are intended to provide a student with their academic standing for informational and planning purposes. Students can print out an unofficial University of Washington Tacoma transcript online at myuw.washington.edu.