An academic transcript is a formal record of your studies at the University.
It includes all units of study (attempted and completed) and your grade for each unit. If you have been enrolled in more than one course, it lists all courses and all units studied at the University. It is not possible to separate degrees.
You’ll receive an official academic transcript when you graduate, but you can also purchase one (with your qualifications so far) at any point during your studies.
See our guide to grades page for information on how your final result will appear on your transcript.
Your official transcript can be used to demonstrate your qualifications or progress in your course so far. You might use it when applying for a job or to support applications for scholarships or further study.
It is also recognised by professional associations and government departments. For any documents to be recognised by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) they will first need to be signed by an authorised staff member at the Student Centre.
You can purchase an academic transcript over the counter at our Student Centre. Make sure you bring photo ID.
If you can’t attend in person you can fill out and submit a Request for academic transcript form (pdf, 645.3KB) and we will send you your transcript by post.
If you cannot obtain a transcript yourself, you can arrange for someone else to collect it on your behalf. You will need to fill out a transcript proxy authorisation form (pdf, 581.7KB).