Transcript Request

Official Transcript Order Information

Office Hours

8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday

Official Transcripts

**Unless picked up in person, all transcripts are sent via standard U.S. mail. If you wish to have your transcript shipping expedited, you must provide us with an expedited shipping label or envelope.

**Please note that official transcripts are never emailed or faxed.

If you would like to order an official transcript, you may print the PDF Transcript Request Form, or you may submit the following information on your own transcript request: (**Note that the PDF form is not fillable and must be printed and filled out)

Transcript Request Form

  • Your full name, including any previous names;
  • your UD ID # or date of birth;
  • the approximate dates you attended UD;
  • the address to which the transcript is to be mailed;
  • your mailing address;
  • a daytime phone number; and
  • your physical signature is required, whether the request is emailed, faxed, or mailed.

Please specify if you need the transcript in a separate sealed envelope and please remember that the request must be signed.

Transcript request forms may be sent by email (transcripts@udallas.edu ), fax (972-721-5132), or mail (1845 E. Northgate Dr., Irving, TX 75062). Payment may be included with a mail-in order; otherwise, anyone ordering a transcript will receive an invoice.

For further information, please call the Transcripts Clerk, Ruth Callahan, at (972) 721-4059, or you may contact the Registrar's Office at (972) 721-5221 Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Processing:

  • Standard processing: There is a $5 USD charge per copy. If all accounts are clear, the transcripts will be mailed in 2-3 working days. (Longer at peak periods).
  • Rush processing: The cost is $10 USD charge per copy. If all accounts are clear, the transcripts are processed within one business day.
  • Same Day Rush: The cost is $20 USD charge per copy. It is recommended that same day rush requests be submitted by 11:00 AM to allow sufficient time to check for holds and processing by mail.

**Unless picked up in person, all transcripts are sent via standard US mail. If you wish to have your transcript shipping expedited, you must provide us with an expedited shipping label or envelope. 

The transcript fee/s can be paid in cash or check (we do not currently accept credit cards). Checks must be for US dollars and drawn on a US bank. We can bill all emailed or faxed requests to the home address provided.

Unofficial Transcripts

Unofficial transcripts can be accessed in your Banner Web account. 

For instructions on how to log in to your Banner Web account and print your unofficial transcript, click here.

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