All students, both current and former, can use online transcript ordering!
Please read below for details.
Important message regarding transcript ordering:
Our physical office is closed, and paper transcripts, whether for mailing or pick-up, are not available at this time. If you are in need of a transcript, you must choose the PDF option, which is delivered electronically. (You must supply an email address as the recipient.) Paper transcripts will not be available until further notice. Note that PDF transcripts are processed and available electronically, usually within 24 hours of submission of the request, provided there are no student holds and the complete academic record resides in our current student system.
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, Professional Coaching, and Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner programs should contact their program office to request information.
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 send electronic transcripts directly to AMCAS, LSAC or other designated NSC partners.
FEE PER TRANSCRIPT
Make a PDF of your transcript accessible online. The recipient will have 30 days to access the transcript.
$4.25 per PDF
*School of Law students who attended prior to Fall 2001 will not be able to obtain electronic PDF transcripts. If you select this option but it is technically not available for you based on your enrollment history, you will be contacted by the Office of the University Registrar during regular business hours.
*Be sure that your recipient can accept a secured electronic PDF transcript. Some recipients, such as government and military, are unable to do so.
*Electronic PDF transcripts may not be compatible with the Microsoft Edge browser.
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.
Most electronic PDF transcripts are processed within 12-24 hours of order placement, although some circumstances require additional processing time. Some conditions of enrollment prohibit the generation of electronic PDF transcripts. All non-PDF delivery methods are not available at the present time.
All financial obligations to the University must be met before a transcript will be released. If financial holds prohibit the release of transcripts, email alerts will contain relevant instructions for addressing these holds.
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.
Please note: The LSAC LLM Credential Assembly Service does not accept electronic PDF transcripts. Do not order transcripts for LLM via the Electronic Exchange service.
Refunds will not be issued.
Please visit our Troubleshooting Tab above for solutions to common issues.
Note: In order to view the transcript, Adobe Reader 9 or higher is required. If you do not have Adobe Reader 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 can order transcripts either by logging in to DORI and clicking on STUDENT PROFILE in the Self Service menu on the main DORI page, or directly to your STUDENT PROFILE; the secure login serves as your authorization when placing a transcript order.
From your STUDENT PROFILE select ORDER TRANSCRIPTS.
You will be transferred from your STUDENT PROFILE to the National Student Clearinghouse Self Service Site. Click the 3rd bullet/link from the bottom of the page "Order a transcript" to begin a new order.
Go to the NSC Transcript Ordering Center and order your transcript.
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. For any orders placed within the past 30 days, you will be able to resend the emails to your recipients up to 3 times.
Please read our FAQ (below). If you are experiencing any issues with ordering and viewing your transcript, please please contact the Office of the University Registrar at 412.396.6212 or email email@example.com. NOTE: Do not send transcripts to our office or email address.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Why is the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) our partner for providing transcript services?
The 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.
2. What fees are associated with transcripts?
The PDF costs $4.25, of which $2.50 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 $5.25 for pick-up or $5.75 if mailed. Each additional paper transcript costs $1.00 per transcript order. The NSC charges $2.50 per paper order, and the remaining monies are put toward the costs associated with the secure transcript paper, the envelopes, and the postage.
3. 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.
4. Is my transaction secure?
Yes. All transactions meet the current Payment Card Industry – Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS). In addition, the information sent over the Internet, when using Clearinghouse applications, is encrypted using the latest Transport Layer Security / Secure Socket Layer (TLS/SSL) protocols.
5. How do I find my transcript order number?
On the Order Confirmation at the end of the request the order number is shown. Also, the confirmation email you received when you submitted your request contains your transcript order number. If you don’t recall receiving the email, check your spam or junk folder. If you cannot find your confirmation email contact us.