Case Western Reserve University partners with a third-party servicer, Parchment, to provide official transcripts. Ordering your official transcript through Parchment is easy. You have options to either send your transcript electronically, have a paper copy mailed, or have a paper copy available for pick up in the University Registrar's Office.
Doctor of Medicine students or graduates: please review the information on the School of Medicine's website regarding transcript orders, or contact the School of Medicine Registrar's Office at 216.368.6137 prior to placing an order.
|Order using your CWRU network ID|
|Order using your CWRU network ID||OR||Order without a CWRU network ID|
- Forgot your CWRU net ID? Try the CWRU network ID Verification Wizard.
- Forgot your CWRU passphrase? Reset your passphrase.
After ordering above and selecting Local Pickup as the delivery method, you may stop by our office for your order, 135 Yost Hall, during normal business hours, Mon - Fri 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., unless it's one of these days when the university is closed.
Bring photo ID such as a university ID card, driver's license or passport. We do not accept third party requests.
|Electronic Transcript (Check with recipient before using this option.)||$5.00 per transcript|
|Paper Transcript via U.S. Postal Service (domestic)||$7.50 per transcript|
|Paper Transcript via U.S. Postal Service (international)||$10.00 per transcript|
|Paper Transcript via FedEx (domestic)*||$35.00 per transcript|
|Paper Transcript via FedEx (international)*||$60.00 per transcript|
Accepted Methods of Payment: Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.
*Choosing FedEx only speeds up the delivery time, not the processing time, for your transcript request.
Purpose of a Transcript
The purpose of a transcript is to objectively display the academic record of course work and semesters attended at the university. It is the policy of Case Western Reserve University to include all academic information from all levels—undergraduate, graduate, and professional—on all transcripts and will not selectively distribute records from particular schools within the university.