Your Memorial University transcript is the complete and unabridged record of your academic history.

The award of a Memorial University degree, diploma and/or certificate is reflected on your transcript approximately one week following the last session of convocation.

Students and alumni may require official transcripts when applying or transferring courses to other academic institutions and, in some cases, when applying for employment or funding. Transcripts are requested through Memorial Self-Service.

Memorial is using a new Canadian digital credential platform, MyCreds™️ to issue academic documents, including official transcripts, electronically. Find out more about MyCreds™ on their FAQ website.

Your e-transcript will be electronically uploaded to the MyCreds™ platform for electronic sharing and downloading. With MyCreds™, you get access to a secure, password protected learner credential wallet that allows you to share your credentials anytime, anywhere.

To request an official copy of your e-transcript:

Step 1: Login to Memorial Self-Service, click on the Student Main Menu, then Academic Information Menu, and finally Request Official Transcript.

Step 2: Verify and update your email address. MyCreds™ will send you confirmation emails to your email address.

Step 3: Pick a transcript print date. See Transcript types for further details.

Step 4: Click the Submit (e-transcript) button to request your transcript be sent to MyCreds™.

Payment: After submitting your request, you will receive a confirmation email from MyCreds™ to your email address. There is a $10 fee each time you request to download and/or share your e-transcript. Payment processing happens securely through the MyCreds™ platform.

You can check the status of your request in Memorial Self-Service through the View Transcript Request Status menu.

A paper transcript can be:

  • picked up at the Registrar's Office, A2003, Arts and Administration building on the St. John's campus, or
  • delivered by mail using Canada Post standard mail service.

To request an official paper copy of your transcript:

Step 1: Login to Memorial Self-Service, click on the Student Main Menu, then Academic Information Menu, and finally Request Official Transcript.

Step 2: Verify and update your email address.

Step 3: Pick a transcript print date. See Transcript types for further details.

Step 4: Select the type of service and complete the required fields. Select option "B" to pickup your transcript, or option "C" to have your transcript mailed to an address of your choice. 

Step 5: Click the appropriate Submit button to complete your request.

Payment: After submitting your request, you will be redirected to the University's payment provider website to complete the transaction. There is a $10 fee for each transcript requested. A receipt will be emailed to your preferred email address when payment is complete.

You can check the status of your request in Memorial Self-Service through the View Transcript Request Status menu.

Use our transcript key for details on what the entries in your transcript mean.

Transcript types

There are three different transcript print dates for you to choose from to decide when your transcript is processed:

  • as of today’s date
  • after grades released (for a specific semester)
  • after (a specific) graduation or convocation

Be careful when selecting your transcript type from the drop down menu as we cannot reprint an incorrect request.

“As of today’s date” will print your current transcript. To view your current transcript before requesting an official copy, generate an unofficial transcript.

“After grades release” for any given semester means your transcript will not be printed until all grades for a given semester has been received and recorded on your academic record. Note that an incomplete grade is considered received and recorded.

“After graduation or convocation” means your transcript will only print once your degree has been awarded and is recorded on your academic record. 

Processing time

Transcripts requests are processed on a first-come, first-served basis. There is a processing time of two business days from date of submission until your transcript is ready to be picked up or sent to Canada Post. Processing times can vary during marks release or convocation. Once we send your transcript to Canada Post we can no longer track your transcript.

If you are having issues submitting a request, email Registration and Enrolment Services. For your security, we cannot accept requests for official transcripts via email, mail or telephone. We do not issue transcripts as fax or as attachments to email messages.

Unofficial transcripts

Unofficial transcripts can be downloaded or printed through Memorial Self-Service. An unofficial transcript is not certified and does not have the signature of the Registrar, however it does provide the same student information as an official transcript.

To generate an unofficial transcript, login to Memorial Self-Service, click on the Student Main Menu, then Academic Information Menu, and finally Generate Unofficial Transcript PDF. Read the instructions on the screen before clicking on Generate Transcript.