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Duquesne University offices will be closed beginning at 3:30pm on Thursday, November 26 through Friday, November 27, 2015 to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday. All requests for paper transcripts and enrollment verification requests received after 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, November 25, will be processed when the University reopens on Monday, November 30.* Under most circumstances*, PDF transcripts requested by students who attended Fall 2007 and later will be processed despite office closures. The last express mail shipment prior to the holiday will be sent from our office on Wednesday, November 25 by 11 a.m. Express Mail services will resume on Monday, November 30.

Current students who need an Enrollment Verification for Fall 2015 during the holiday break can log on to DORI and Self-Service Banner > Student Information > Student Records > Print Enrollment Verification.

Current students who need an Enrollment Verification for Spring 2016 during the holiday break can log on to DORI and Self-Service Banner > Student Information > Student Records > Request Enrollment Verification.

Degree verification is handled online at www.degreeverify.org year-round.

When we re-open on Monday, November 30, we will resume processing requests.

Thank you for your cooperation, and enjoy the holiday.

*Some conditions of enrollment may increase processing time. All account balances must be paid-in-full.

All students, both current and former, can use online

transcript ordering!  Please read below for details.

Information regarding the ordering of transcripts:

Transcripts may not be ordered over the phone, by email, or by a third party. All transcript requests must be submitted online.

  • All Duquesne University financial obligations must be met before official transcripts are released.
  • Applicable fees for processing, transcripts, and delivery will be charged and must be paid by credit or debit card at the time the order is placed.
  • Transcripts will not be faxed. Electronic delivery of PDF transcripts is available with your order to expedite delivery.
  • If picking up a transcript in-person, a photo ID is required. Transcripts cannot be picked up by third-parties without the student's written consent. 
  • We cannot be responsible for non-receipt of transcript requests or non-delivery by the postal service.
  • Continuing Education students in the Financial Planning, Paralegal Institute, and Professional Coaching programs should contact their program office to request transcripts.

    Order Transcripts

    Options and details for requesting transcripts:

    Duquesne University has partnered with the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) to process transcript requests. This partnership allows us to offer additional services including electronic PDF's, email notifications, order tracking, and status updates by text messaging. Students can also now send electronic transcripts directly to AMCAS, LSAC or other designated NSC partners. The adoption of these new services has resulted in fees for transcripts and related processing.

    Delivery Methods:




    Electronic PDF

    Make a PDF of your transcript accessible online.

    $4.00 per PDF

    Mail (USPS)

    Send a paper transcript through USPS


    Express mail

    Send a paper transcript by Express Mail.

    US destination: $15.00

    International destination: $35.00


    Visit our office and pick up a paper transcript.


    You will receive email confirmation of your order and may opt to receive text-message status updates. Payment of fees is accepted by credit or debit card (MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover, Diner's Club, and JCB). Your card will not be charged until the transcript request has been processed.

    Processing Details:

    Most electronic PDF transcripts are processed within an hour of order placement, although some circumstances require additional processing time.  Some conditions of enrollment prohibit the generation of electronic PDF transcripts. If financial holds prohibit the release of your transcripts, email alerts will contain relevant instructions for addressing these holds. All non-PDF delivery methods require a minimum 1- to 2-day processing time. Processing may be longer during peak periods (final exams, graduation) or if the student attended prior to Fall 2007. Additional time may also be required due to University closures. Closure notices will be posted at the top of this page. Under most circumstances, an electronic PDF transcript order will be processed despite closures and peak delays.

    For current students:  Degrees are typically awarded approximately three weeks following the commencement date for each term.  Degrees will not appear on transcripts until that time. 

    Refunds will not be issued.

    Note: In order to view the transcript, Adobe Reader 9 or higher is required. For Adobe Reader 11 and higher, Adobe Flash is also required to view the transcript. If you do not have Adobe Reader or Flash installed on your computer, download the latest free version of Adobe Reader from the Adobe web site.  If you need assistance turning on/off the PDF viewer in your browser, please visit the Adobe help page.

    Current Students

    Current Students can order transcripts by logging in to DORI; the secure login serves as your authorization when placing a transcript order.

    Click on Self Service Banner» Student Information »Student Records » Order Transcripts

    You will be transferred from DORI to the National Student Clearinghouse Self-Service Site. Click the last bullet/link "Order or track a transcript" to begin a new order or track a previous order.

    Former Students

    Go to the NSC Transcript Ordering Center and order your transcript.

    Help and Tracking

    Visit NSC's Help Center for detailed instructions.  You can also track your order online using the transcript order number that was emailed to you.


    Please read our FAQ (below).  If you still have questions, please contact the Duquesne University Academic Records Assistant responsible for your portion of the alphabet, as follows:

    Student Last Names A-G

    Megan Vicarel


    Student Last Names H-O

    Lisa Reffner


    Student Last Names P-Z

    Mark Beck


    Frequently Asked Questions

    1. Why did the process for ordering transcripts change?

    Transcript ordering at Duquesne was an outdated and manual process. Student demands as well as the use of online technologies for transcript processing required that we update the methods students use to order transcripts. There were three primary objectives in seeking to modernize the way we produced transcripts:
    a. Enable all students-both current and former-to order transcripts online. (In the former system, only current students could submit requests online.)
    b. Offer current and former students an option to send a PDF of their transcript, which is delivered electronically and securely.
    c. Support the University's goals to respect the environment and to act responsibly to develop sustainable business practices in the stewardship of University resources.

    2. Why was the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) solution chosen as the preferred solution?

    The new transcript ordering system is an extension of the Banner Student System-the University's official system of record for student information. Ellucian, the developers of the Banner system, selected NSC to be their strategic partner in offering online ordering and electronic delivery of transcripts. In short, the NSC system is the recommended transcript ordering solution and is fully integrated with Banner, providing secure and real-time access to transcripts.

    3. Why are fees now charged for transcripts?

    Transcripts have never been produced at no cost. There are expenses involved with the secure paper on which transcripts are printed, the window-envelopes in which they are mailed, and the postage associated with mailing them. With the adoption of our new processing came additional costs. The National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) charges fees for their transcript services, and the University cannot absorb those fees.

    4. What fees are associated with transcripts?

    The PDF costs $4.00, of which $2.25 is paid to the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC), and $1.75 is paid to Adobe for their charges associated with the security features of the PDF. The paper transcript costs $5.00 for pick-up or $5.50 if mailed. Each additional paper transcript costs $1.00 per transcript order. The NSC charges $2.25 per paper order, and the remaining monies are put toward the costs associated with the secure transcript paper, the envelopes, and the postage.

    5. I'm a current student. Do I have to order a transcript to view my grades?

    No, current students do not have to order a transcript to view their grades. Current students can view their transcript by logging on to DORI and clicking on Banner Self-Service > Student Information > Student Records > View Academic Transcripts. If an account balance hold prevents access to the transcript, students can click on Final Grades to view their grades on a term-by-term basis.