Order transcripts via DukeHub. Those students who have graduated in the past year should also use DukeHub to order transcripts.
NOTE: DukeHub should not be used to request transcripts that are sent via FedEx or for transcripts that require additional attachments (for example, forms required by governmental agencies, insurance providers, or LSAC, AMCAS, etc.). These transcripts should be ordered using the Transcript Request Form.
Duke Alumni and Former Students
Order transcripts via the online Transcript Request Form.
NOTE: Graduates of Duke University School of Medicine must order transcripts through the Office of the SoM Registrar.
Only one recipient may be identified per request form. If you would like your transcript to be held until your grades and/or degrees have been posted, please select one of these options under Special Mailing Delays.Questions? See ourTranscript FAQs.
Transcripts from Duke can be issued four ways:
- Regular mail
- Pick up
- FedEx (for expedited delivery)
Electronic transcripts are available only to students who were enrolled in 2000 or later. Electronic transcripts will be delivered by eScrip-Safe, not Duke University. If you do not find the notification in your inbox, be sure to check your spam folder. The subject line of the email will say, “Duke University has sent you an official electronic transcript.”To use expedited delivery, you must purchase a shipping label from FedEx.com before ordering your transcript. For assistance using FedEx as your delivery option, please see this guide.Once your label has been purchased, complete the Transcript Request Form with FedEx chosen as your delivery option, and upload your label in the FedEx Shipping Label section of the form. Requests received after 2:00 p.m. EST are subject to being processed the following business day.
Transcripts ordered via DukeHub will be processed within one business day. Transcripts ordered through the Registrar’s Office will be processed within 3 business days.
The Duke University Transcript Guide appears on the reverse side of the Duke University transcript and is included with every electronic transcript distributed by the Office of the University Registrar. The purpose of the Transcript Guide is to provide additional information (course number schema, valid grade options and grade definitions, course unit to semester hour conversion, etc.) and historical context to supplement what is found on the actual transcript.
Former students are sometimes asked to verify that they have earned a degree. This is particularly true in employment situations. While the student may request that a transcript be sent to satisfy this need, it may not always be appropriate, or necessary, for the recipient to have other academic information (grades, GPA, etc.) The Office of the University Registrar will provide degree verification letters to former students upon request. To file a request simply send a letter, fax, or email to the office. The letter should contain the following student information: full name (first, middle, last) at the time of graduation, dates of attendance, date of graduation, the degree earned, and the name and address of the recipient of the letter.
Employers seeking degree verifications should contact the National Student Clearinghouse. Duke has contracted with the National Student Clearinghouse for this service. Contacting the Office of the University Registrar will only result in a referral to the National Student Clearinghouse.
Official enrollment verifications are available through the Office of the University Registrar at no cost. Insurance companies and loan/financial aid agencies frequently seek verification of enrollment before providing services.
Current students and those that have graduated within the past academic year should submit their request for an enrollment certification through DukeHub. Click on the Forms tab and follow the instructions.
All other former students should submit a request via letter, email, or fax to the Office of the University Registrar. The request must include your signature authorizing the release of your enrollment information.
The following information should be included with your request:
- Your full name (first, middle, last)
- Any other names you have EVER used
- Your student identification number, if known
- Your date of birth (mm/dd/yyyy)
- The full name of your parent(s).
- The policy or group number, where applicable
- Dates for which the deferment or verification is requested
- An EXACT address to which the enrollment verification should be sent
- A phone number where you can be reached if there are any problems with this request
A sample enrollment verification letter can be viewed here.