Your Memorial University transcript is the complete and unabridged record of your academic history at this university.
The transcript key, which explains what the transcript entries mean, can be downloaded as a pdf file here. For an explanation of what numeric and letter grades and the associated grade points on the transcript mean, consult the General Academic Regulations on Grading in the University Calendar.
Among the many services available through Memorial Self-Service is the ability to view your academic record online, to print an unofficial copy, and to request a printed official copy of your transcript.
All students, both current and former, have access to Memorial Self-Service. If you have used Memorial Self-Service or the telephone registration system before, your PIN will remain as you specified. If you have never used Self-Service or the telephone system, or if you have recently applied for re-admission to Memorial, you will have an initial six-digit PIN comprising your birth year followed by your two-digit day of birth. Feel free to contact us if you have difficulty accessing your account.
To view your academic record online, log in to Memorial Self-Service using your student number and PIN, then click on the link to the Academic Information Menu, then click on 'View Academic Record.'
To request a printed official copy of your transcript, click on 'Request Official Transcript'. Once you have submitted your request, you may check its status on the same web page.
If you are having transcript request issues, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, and include:
Most transcript requests are processed within two working days.
For your security, we cannot accept requests for official transcripts via e-mail or by telephone. Only requests bearing your signature, either in writing or electronically through the secure access to Memorial Self Service, can be processed.
Please note that we do not issue transcripts as facsimiles or as attachments to e-mail messages.
The award of a Memorial University Degree, Diploma and/or Certificate is reflected on the student’s transcript approximately one week following the last session of Convocation.
The Office of the Registrar is pleased to provide production and regular mail service for official transcripts free of charge.
If your have any transcript related questions, please contact:
Examinations & Transcript Officer
Office of the Registrar
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. John's, Newfoundland