Transcript Request

Transcript Request

The transcript is the official record of coursework and grades, per term, for each school attended within the University of Pennsylvania. It also displays degrees awarded, honors earned, academic notes and the G.P.A. (if applicable).

SP2 alumni who graduated in or after 1988

Request a transcript via Penn Intouch (PennKey and password required) – click on Academic Records, then Order transcripts; or visit the University Registrar website for instructions.

Alumni from the School of Social Work who graduated before 1988

Request a transcript from the SP2 Registrar by submitting the transcript request form below.

Certified Electronic Diploma

Beginning with the Class of 2020*, and for the first time in the University’s history, Penn will be offering a certified electronic version of its diploma. This new service is being offered to ensure that May 2020 graduates will have timely access to the documentation they may need for employment, visas, graduate school applications, and professional licensure. This service will be available beginning in late-July, and students will receive an e-mail when their electronic diploma is ready for purchase.

The certified electronic diploma, referred to as a CeDiploma, does not replace the paper diploma, but is an official, secure and verifiable electronic version of the Penn diploma that can be easily shared. The CeDiploma is accepted worldwide by many employers and governments, as well as by federal and state medical boards within the United States. There is a one-time fee of $15.95 to download the CeDiploma. Once purchased, the CeDiploma is available for life; there is no limit on the number of times it can be downloaded and shared.

Learn more about the CeDiploma.

*The CeDiploma is currently only available for degrees conferred in May 2020, as well as those that will be granted in future semesters. Degrees granted prior to May 2020 are not eligible for the CeDiploma, but our office is exploring making this service available to past graduates.

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