You will only receive a tracking number if you select Priority or Express delivery. Standard USPS delivery does not provide a tracking number and refunds will not be provided if USPS fails to deliver.
When an order for an E-transcript is fulfilled, the recipient will receive two emails - one to generate a passcode and one with a url to enter the passcode and download the E-transcript. The recipient may access and download the E-transcript up to three time before the url expires.
If the recipient encounters problems with the E-transcript download it is recommended to clear the internet browser cache and ensure the most up to date Adobe software edition is installed.
E-transcripts can only be sent to the “recipient” email address. Having it sent to you and attempting to forward it nullifies it as an official transcript.
Yes. When placing your transcript order, take the following steps to request your transcript be notarized:
No. Under the regulations of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), only students have access to their education records. When a student turns 18 or attends a school beyond the high school level, access to his or her education records becomes legally exclusive to the student.
Yes - when placing your transcript order, select a transcript type of “Pick-up.” Students must send a written request as an email attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org asking for the release of a transcript to a specific friend or family member. This written request must be signed by the student.
During the transcript ordering process, you will be given the opportunity to upload any of the following documents in PDF, JPG, or JPEG formats to be included with the transcript mailing:
- Scholarship applications
Transcripts for Yale College students enrolled in fall 2004 and subsequent terms include the cumulative GPA.
The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences does not calculate GPA.
Yale does not calculate Class rank or standing.