While completing your online application, you will be required to submit one unofficial scanned copy of your transcript or academic record from each school you have attended where you have:
- earned (or will earn) a degree;
- studied for one semester or more;
- earned 12 or more hours of credit; or
- took classes that relate to your graduate study interests.
When Submitting Your Unofficial Transcript(s):
- Do not mail official transcripts during the application stage.
- Applicants who previously attended the University of Delaware should visit the UD Registrar’s page to print an unofficial undergraduate transcript and upload into their graduate application.
Official, Final Transcripts (and Degree Certificates) Timeline
If an offer of admission is made, UD graduate students must provide their official, final transcripts before the first day of graduate-level classes.
- All international transcripts must be accompanied by a degree certificate showing the title earned and the date awarded.
- Valid delays must be communicated in advance to email@example.com. Extensions can be granted up to the last day of a student’s first, full semester.
- Failure to supply necessary documents may invoke registration holds and dismissal proceedings.
My School Doesn’t Issue Transcripts to Students
Official paper copies of transcripts should not be mailed until after an offer of admission has been made.
If your school does not issue transcripts directly to students, ask them to either send a secure, electronic copy of your transcript to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail a paper copy to:
University of Delaware Graduate College
234 Hullihen Hall
Newark, DE 19716
The University of Delaware reserves the right to rescind any offer of admission if any discrepancies are found between your uploaded and official transcripts.