A transcript is a student's complete academic record at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. The transcript(s) that were presented for admission have become an integral part of the files of the admitting offices and cannot be released, either directly or for copying purposes. It will be necessary for you to write directly to the institutions concerned to obtain copies of those previous records. In addition, documents such as SAT/ACT scores are not available from Enrollment Services/Registration & Records. Transcripts will be released only upon written request of the student. Requests are processed within three to five business days. Under certain circumstances, such as the end of the term or upon graduation, requests may take longer to process. Requests will not be processed if you have any financial obligation outstanding to the University. No fee is required for standard delivery transcripts.
Types of Transcripts:
Official Transcripts are printed on special paper with the Registrar's signature. Official transcripts given directly to a student will be stamped Issued to Student and may not be accepted by other universities.
Unofficial Transcripts are printed on plain paper and marked Student Copy.
Rackham Transcript Information
Students who attended Rackham, Winter 1998 through the present may direct the transcript request to the Dearborn campus as indicated above under "Dearborn Transcript Information."
Students who attended Rackham prior to Winter 1998 or have graduated prior to January 1998 from the Rackham Graduate School must direct the transcript request to:
University of Michigan
555 LSA Building
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1382
Rush Transcript Information
Students may request a rush copy of their transcript in person at the Enrollment Services counter. A $10.00 rush fee per transcript (cash or check only) will be required at the time of the request. Requests received prior to 12:00 noon will be ready for pickup on the same day after 4:00 p.m. Requests received after 12:00 noon will be available for pickup the following day after 12 noon.