Transcript Request Information
An official transcript is the University's certified statement of your academic record.
The official transcript is printed on security sensitive paper and includes the University seal and the signature of the Registrar. Potential employers, graduate schools, other universities or colleges, and professional associations most typically request that the student authorizes release of an official transcript. For your protection, we will not release an official transcript without your signature.
For information on transcript codes see the Explanatory Legend and Authenticity Confirmation Information, which is also provided on the back of an official transcript.
Current students with online Campus Connection access may view and print UNOFFICIAL transcripts free of charge at any time via the Campus Connection portal.
NOTE: If you are a former student that does not have an NDUS account (firstname.lastname), you will need to order an official transcript. Former students that have already claimed their NDUS Account may contact UND Tech Support at 701.777.6305 if they need assistance signing into their Campus Connection portal.
The University of North Dakota has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide official transcript ordering via the Web. Transcripts are transmitted through US Mail, FedEx (extra fees apply), Clearinghouse Electronic Exchange, or Secure Electronic PDF.
You will need a valid major credit card and an e-mail account to order a transcript online. Your card will only be charged after your order has been completed. The cost per transcript is $12. There is an additional charge for Federal Express and rush order delivery options.
This service provides the following:
- Convenient access 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
- You can order as many transcripts as you like in a single session.
- Order updates will be emailed to you.
- You can also check the order status or history online.
How to Order Transcripts Online
- Login to Campus Connection
- Go to Student Self Service > Official Transcript Request
Important Notice Regarding Transcripts Between North Dakota Public Colleges and Universities (NDUS)
If you are requesting your University of North Dakota transcript to be sent to any
of the following institutions for admission as a student:
North Dakota State University
Minot State University
Lake Region State College
Bismarck State College
North Dakota State College of Science
Mayville State University
Valley City State University
Dickinson State University
Dakota College at Bottineau
Williston State College
It is not necessary to request transcripts through this site. Instead, the NDUS college or university to which you have applied will be able retrieve your academic transcript from the University of North Dakota at no charge to you. You will, however, be notified if you have any holds on your academic transcripts for outstanding debt owed to a NDUS college or university. No refunds will be granted for individuals who inadvertently request transcripts to be exchanged between NDUS colleges and universities via this site. This new transcript exchange process does not apply to any transcript requests submitted prior to August 13, 2018, and refunds will not be provided for those requests.
This process does not apply to Medical School (MD) and Law School (JD) admission at the University of North Dakota. Transcripts must be ordered and sent to the appropriate CAS.
UND is able to retrieve academic transcripts from any North Dakota University System (NDUS) college or university at no cost to the student.
Submit the NDUS transcript request form to request that UND retrieve your transcript from another NDUS institution.
If you are applying for admissions to UND (undergraduate or graduate) there is no need to complete the form as your NDUS transcripts will be retrieved automatically as part of the admissions process.
We are unable to fulfill transcript requests for students who have a financial hold.
University policy prohibits official transcripts for any student indebted to the University.