Ordering Official Transcript

Note: Due to a system maintenance, there will be a delay in transcript processing on Sunday, July 21 from 5:00am - 10:00am. Thank you for your understanding.

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To Begin Your Order with a Cornell NetID
To Begin Your Order without a Cornell NetID OR attendance prior to 1982
Including Attachments with Transcripts
Electronic Transcript Generation for AMCAS
Ordering Transcripts by Mail or Fax

 

Official transcript services are provided in partnership with Parchment. All requests must be submitted by the current or former student. Requests submitted by parents or any unauthorized parties will not be honored. During peak processing times; May-June, August-mid-October and December-February processing and mail delivery time may take additional time. For any issues using Parchment, please contact Parchment.

Learners who took courses through eCornell or for a certificate program need to contact eCornell at info@ecornell.com.

To Begin Your Order with a Cornell NetID

Student Center - login with netID and password

  1. Navigate to "Other Academics"
  2. Select "Official Transcript" from the drop-down menu

To find your NetID, go to the Cornell Directory and enter your name. The screen that appears should include your NetID. Next, go to NetID Self-Service to activate your NetID. Duo Two-Step Login will be needed to use the NetID to login. 

If you cannot access the ordering site, you may need to turn off pop-up blocking on your web browser or allow that site to open pop-up windows in your browser preferences.

After you submit your order, you will receive email messages confirming your order and updates to your order processing status. All requests for official electronic transcripts are typically processed within four hours of the order being placed unless you receive an email notification that your order was placed "on-hold". If your order is placed "on-hold" it could take 2-3 business days to be processed. Anyone with Adobe Reader will be able to receive a secure transcript. Paper transcripts are typically processed within 1-2 business days. 

 

To Begin Your Order without a Cornell NetID or attendance prior to 1982

Self Registration Ordering Site - create new account and set password

After you submit your order, you will receive email messages confirming your order. Your order will be placed "on-hold" while our staff research your record and processes your request. Requests for paper or electronic transcripts prior to 1982 will be processed within 4-5 business days. 

Including Attachments with Transcripts

The transcript ordering site now includes the capability of adding attachments to both paper and electronic copies of your transcript. Accepted file types include .pdf, .jpg, .doc, .docx, .tiff, .txt, and .png. Please note that all attachments are delivered as submitted. If you require any part of the form to be completed by a college official, please work with the appropriate office(s) prior to uploading and submitting your attachments.

Electronic Transcript Generation for AMCAS

Students and alumni applying to medical schools can submit secure pdf electronic transcripts from our online ordering site directly to AMCAS (American Medical College Application Service).

Begin your order as specified above. After selecting Order Now from the welcome page, select the AMCAS eTranscript option. Enter your 8-digit AAMC ID & 7-digit Transcript ID (required). The two IDs may be found in your AMCAS application. The AAMC ID should be visible in the main menu and the Transcript ID is visible in the Schools Attended Summary. The IDs are also located on the AMCAS transcript form.

Ordering Transcripts by Mail or Fax

If you cannot process your request with one of the options above please order by mail. Download the Transcript Request Form, complete, print and sign the form, and mail or fax it to the Office of the University Registrar. Your request should be limited to 10 copies per order. Please allow 2-3 days for the order to be completed. Additional time may be necessary during peak busy times.