Every student will receive an official digital copy of their academic transcript included with their graduation documents. Your digital academic transcript will be available through My eQuals.

You can view an unofficial copy of your academic results at any time through My results.

Vocational education students who have completed modules towards their accredited course but who have not completed their award can also request a Statement of Attainment.

Amending your transcript

Fail grades cannot be removed from your academic transcript. This document is your academic history and cannot be altered.

Want to purchase an additional academic transcript?

You can order and pay for additional copies of your documents online, anytime. Digital documents ordered online are usually available within 24 hours. Before you order, please check My Results and result release dates.

Official transcripts only display results that have been approved and officially released at the time of ordering. Login and purchase an additional academic transcript.

Can’t log in?

If you can no longer log in, you can submit a request for a transcript.

Requests are processed Monday to Friday during business hours, and you will be contacted for payment prior to your documents being processed.

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