What is an official transcript?
For Graduate Students, please refer to the Graduate Studies section following the Undergraduate Student section.
A transcript is a record of your academic performance at an educational institution. Normally a transcript is considered official if it is produced by and bears the seal of the institution issuing it. Current University of Guelph students can view their transcripts on WebAdvisor.
Transcripts should be sent from the issuing institution directly to University of Guelph Admission Services. We will not normally accept unofficial photocopies or faxes. If you are not able to provide official transcripts, you must directly contact University of Guelph Admission Services for advice.
Send transcripts to:
University Centre, Level 3
University of Guelph
Guelph, ON N1G 2W1
The academic record that we refer to as a transcript provides a listing, year by year, of all courses taken and the grade or mark received for each course. For more information about transcripts, please visit the application documents website.
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