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​​​​​​ A transcript is a comprehensive record of academic information that includes coursework, grades, credit hours, GPA and DePaul degrees earned. Official transcripts bear the official seal of the university and are FREE.

e-Transcript Electronic PDF via email within one hour

  • DePaul's preferred method
  • Fast and secure
Current Students, Alumni and Former Students: Order Here​

Paper Transcript

1-2 business days for processing

Current Students, Alumni and Former Students: Order Here​
  • Paper transcripts are processed in 1-2 business days and sent via U.S. Postal Service.
  • Please allow additional time for receipt.
  • Charges apply for paper transcripts delivered via special handling.

Helpful Information

DePaul University has retained Parchment to accept transcript orders over the internet. If you have any questions or issues regarding your order,​ contact Parchment Customer Service​​.  

Transcript Hold 

Transcript holds prevent students from obtaining their transcripts. Students who have a hold that prevents them from obtaining their transcript may obtain their transcript if they need it to for the following reasons:
Complete a job application.
Transfer from one institution of higher education to another.
Apply for State, federal, or institutional financial aid.
Join the United States Armed Forces or Illinois National Guard.
Pursue other postsecondary opportunities.

If you have a transcript hold and want to request a transcript for one of the above reasons, please email and state the reason for your transcript.  ​

Go to Transcript FAQs for more information.

Barat College and Other Custodial Records

DePaul University is the custodian of records for the following institutions: Barat College, Barat College of the Sacred Heart, DePaul Academy High School and DePaul Secretarial School. DePaul issues only official transcripts for these institutions. Custodial transcript: Order Here


Alteration or Falsification of Academic Records: Please be aware that altering, creating, otherwise falsifying or tampering with university records, or otherwise misrepresenting one's academic accomplishments, awards or credentials could result in university sanctions including dismissal or degree revocation, or legal action. This includes, but is not limited to, altering or creating an academic transcript or diploma, and unauthorized use of university documents including letterhead. ​​​