PDF eTranscript: No additional fee.
Paper Transcript, Mailed: $10 fee (includes USPS standard shipping).
Paper Transcript, Picked-Up: $10 fee.
Third Party Order, PDF e-Transcript: $20 fee.
Expedited Shipping Options:
USPS International Shipping: $5.40
FedEx Domestic Overnight: $32.00
FedEx International: $58.00
For release of your transcript, your student account must be current with no past due balances. Transcript orders will not be released if you have a financial hold on your student account. If you have questions about your account balance please contact Student Accounts at (541) 737-3775 or you can use their Contact Us Form online to send them an email.
Check the status of your transcript order using the same link you use to order official transcripts. You can view the status of your order from the Parchment Storefront under the Orders tab.
Third Party Transcript Requests: Colleges, universities, or businesses who are requesting official transcripts on behalf of a student must upload a records release signed by the student (electronic signatures are not accepted) as a part of the order. You’ll be asked to enter the student's:
Third parties cannot receive transcripts via fax or mail.
use the Beaver Hub student portal.
use Online Services.
Unofficial transcripts are not available for students enrolled prior to Fall Term 1991.
You can request a copy of your official Oregon State University transcript and use it for unofficial purposes as well. Please see instructions for Current and Former students above.
Yes. You can order your transcript now and request that it is not delivered until your current term grades are posted. Or if you’re graduating, you can request that your transcript is delivered after your degree is awarded (this happens after grades are posted). To do this, select the Hold for Grades or Hold for Degree option during the ordering process. If there is a cost with your transcripts, your credit/debit card will be charged now. Your transcripts will be processed and delivered after the current term has ended.
One option is to use the Search bar on the Select Documents screen to find another college or university. Your search results will display that institution’s email address(es) where your transcript will be sent. Once you’ve selected an institution, the delivery method will default to eTranscript. If the institution requests a paper transcript to be mailed, that option is available by choosing Switch to Mail Delivery. The preferred mailing address will be displayed but you can edit that address if your transcript should be sent to another individual or office within the institution (other than the admissions office).
Alternatively, on the Select Documents screen you can chose the option below the Search bar to enter your own email or mailing address. Click on the link “Send to Yourself, Another Individual, or Third Party.” Then select the Product Type and on the Order Details screen you’ll enter the email or mailing address.
You can attach up to 10 pages of supporting documents to paper mailed transcripts and PDF eTranscripts (please verify with the recipient that they will accept a PDF eTranscript). Simply attach your completed form or other supporting document when entering your Order Details in Parchment. Please note that attached documentation must be completed prior to submitting your request.
If you are submitting your transcripts to AMCAS, LSAC, NursingCAS, PhorCAS, SOPHAS or another centralized application service you will be given the opportunity to enter your applicant ID or account number.
If you selected the paper pick-up option, please email the completed form or other supporting document to [email protected] the same day you place your transcript order online.
If there is a cost associated with your transcript order, your credit/debit card will not be charged until your financial account hold is removed. You have 30 calendar days from when your order was placed to resolve your financial account hold. If you do not resolve your account hold within 30 days, your transcript order will be canceled. If you have questions about your account balance please contact Student Accounts at (541) 737-3775 or you can use their Contact Us Form online to send them an email.
No. Official and Unofficial transcripts will display all of your coursework history while at Oregon State University. This includes: non-credit, undergraduate, post-baccalaureate, and graduate coursework.
Records of all Extension and correspondence work taken through the Oregon State University System of Higher Education prior to fall 1979 are on file at Portland State University, PO Box 1389, Portland, OR 97207-1389. Please write directly to the registrar at that address for such transcripts, or access the website for transcript information at Portland State University.
Yes. eTranscripts are sent as a secured PDF that cannot be altered.
Mailed paper transcripts arrive in a secure envelope and are considered official as long as the seal isn’t broken.
OSU joins other institutions across the state of Oregon in adding transcript notations for terms occurring during the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic has caused students numerous stressors that may have affected their studies, including a shift to remote learning in some instances. Below we list the transcript notation and the term for which it appears. Additionally, we offer explanation for why this notation was added.
Spring 2020: “COVID-19 disruption: Remote-learning and S/U policy extension.”
During this term, OSU offered all courses via remote learning or Ecampus classes. The pivot to remote learning was disruptive for many students. The stressors from the COVID-19 pandemic negatively affected learning for many students, resulting in increased withdrawals, and/or increased use of the S/U grading option. During this term, the university relaxed restrictions and deadlines for the S/U grading option. For this term only, degree requirements could be completed with “S” grades in programs where that is not normally permissible.
Summer 2020, Fall 2020, Winter 2021: “COVID-19 disruption: Remote learning.”
In these terms, OSU offered a majority of courses via remote learning of Ecampus classes. Remote learning was disruptive for many students. The stressors from the COVID-19 pandemic negatively affected learning for many students, resulting in increased withdrawals, and/or increased use of the S/U grading option.
While the unofficial web transcript duplicates the notations for students who are taking courses across levels in the term, the official transcript displays these notations appropriately on each level section of the official transcript.
Questions about the transcript notation may be directed to [email protected].
We can provide a PDF transcript for students who attended prior than 1991.
Whether you are a current or former student, you can submit a request for a notarized transcript using our online request form. Visit the Diploma/Transcript Notarization & Apostille webpage for more information and step-by-step instructions for completing your request.