HOW TO ORDER TRANSCRIPTS
Current and former students can order transcripts online through the National Student Clearinghouse to be sent to the receiving institution electronically or picked up in person at the University Registrar’s Office.
Official UNCG student records are maintained by the University Registrar’s Office. This includes personal information like name and address, enrollment information like degree and program, and grade information including transcripts. Students can get instructions here about how to request an official transcript, update their official contact information, and get official verification of enrollment at UNCG. This is also the place where information about semester honors — the Chancellor’s List and Dean’s List — is available.
International Students holding F-1 or J-1 visas are required by Federal Law to maintain current student records. For further information, go to Maintaining Your Status. International students in F and J status should contact the International Programs Center for information about the retention schedule of visa documents, federal regulations governing recordkeeping and reporting requirements.
University records are maintained according to North Carolina Public Records Law. For more information refer to Records Management at UNCG
How to request an official UNCG transcript The University Registrar’s Office provides transcripts of a student’s official UNCG academic record upon request. Former UNCG students are not required to send UNCG transcripts to UNCG for admission purposes. Current and former students can order transcripts online through the National Student Clearinghouse to be sent to the…
A grade in a course is based on the quality of the student’s classroom and written work throughout the semester. Most course grades are not solely based on the final examination. Final course grades are made available to students at the end of each semester on UNCGenie. Students can view and print copies of their…
An enrollment verification is an official document that shows a student’s enrollment status. (It includes dates attended and expected graduation date, but no academic information like GPA or degree program.) Students may need to provide enrollment verification to third parties for scholarship purposes, medical coverage, loan deferments, jury duty, car insurance, etc. Verifications are available…