Transcripts

Final Undergraduate and Non-degree Transcripts

All transcripts submitted through the online application system were considered unofficial; now that you plan to enroll/matriculate, official undergraduate and non-degree transcripts are required.

Official transcripts should be in sealed envelopes signed or sealed across the flap by the registrar of the institution attended. If the original is not in English, the student must also provide a certified English translation (i.e. both documents are required). If the undergraduate degree is awarded outside of the U.S., the student must also submit an official degree certificate to show proof the undergraduate degree has been awarded; graduation certificates are not acceptable. If the student takes a non-degree course outside of the U.S., the student must also submit an official transcript to show proof of completion. If the original non-degree transcript is not in English, the student must also provide a certified English translation (i.e. both documents are required).


Transcript Submission

Submit official transcripts either by mail/hard copy or electronic (must be submitted directed by the school).

Mail Hard Copy

Official transcripts should be in sealed envelopes signed or sealed across the flap by the registrar of the institution attended. An official hard copy of all undergraduate and non-degree transcripts should be mailed to Duke University Nicholas School/Student Services/9 Circuit Drive/Box 90330/Durham, NC 27708-0330.

Electronic Transcripts

If your undergraduate institution uses eSCRIP-SAFE International (or similar agent) for the delivery of official electronic transcripts, please ask the university registrar to forward your official transcript to nsoe-registrar@duke.edu

  • Official transcripts cannot be submitted via email by the student. Electronic transcripts must be submitted by the institution directly.

>> Final undergraduate and non-degree transcripts are due no later than July 15.


Questions? 

For questions and/or concerns about prerequisite course requirements, send an email to nsoe-registrar@duke.edu or call 919-613-7459.