A transcript is an official document prepared by the Office of Registrarial Services recording a student’s course and grades.
Please note: authorization for processing official transcript requests must be signed by the student/alumnus. Students must
have met all financial obligations to the University before official transcripts can be released for any purpose.
Transcripts are normally prepared within three to five working days, however, during busy periods (e.g. common application
deadlines) preparation time may be as long as seven to ten working days.
Official transcripts from the University of Guelph will show that a degree has been conferred only after the convocation
Procedures for Ordering Transcripts
Complete the “Transcript Request Form”. Remember to sign your request, as it will not be processed without your signature.
Submit your request and the appropriate payment in the form of a cheque, money order (made payable to “University of
Guelph”) or your Visa or MasterCard number including the expiry date to:
Mail to: University of Guelph
Office of Registrarial Services
Attn: Transcript Clerk
Third Floor University Centre
Guelph ON N1G 2W1
Complete the “Transcript Request Form”. Remember to sign your request, as it will not be processed without signatures.
Submit your request and payment, Visa or MasterCard number including the expiry date.
If a student orders a transcript to be faxed and mailed to the same recipient, it is the student’s responsibility to provide a
correct fax number and mailing address. The faxed transcript will be faxed followed by the mailed original to the same
location. If the faxed transcript and the mailed transcript are to be sent to separate locations, this constitutes two separate
requests, and the appropriate fees apply.
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