Transcripts & Transfer Credit

Requesting a Copy of Your Duke Transcript

Official transcripts are provided by the Duke University Registrar’s office, not by the office of Summer Session.

After your course concludes and faculty members submit their final grades, your grades will be posted to your Duke academic record. Summers are a busy time at Duke, so it may take two to four days after the grade submission deadline for your grade to be posted by the Registrar’s Office.

After your grade is posted, you may request that Duke mail a copy of your official transcript to an individual (including yourself) or to an institution. To request a transcript, visit the Registrar Transcripts and Verifications page. Look for the section designated for “Duke Alumni and Former Students.” Select the “Order Transcript” box and complete the online form.

You will need to provide some of the following information:

  • Dates of Attendance — Summer 2022 Term 2
  • Duke Unique ID — If you have a DukeCard, your Duke Unique ID will be found on the back of your DukeCard where it is referred to as your Unique ID number.
  • Duke Student ID — you can see on DukeHub and the fee statement you receive from this office.
  • Duke School Attended — Summer Session
  • Degree(s) Awarded — None

The Transcript Request Form will also ask you to specify the individual (including yourself) or the institution where you wish to have your Duke transcript sent. Be prepared to enter the exact name and the exact mailing address for the recipient.

Remember that copies of your Duke transcript are provided to you free of charge because you have paid a transcript fee for lifetime, unlimited copies.

Will my course transfer to my future university?

Transfer credit is determined by the receiving institution. Please familiarize yourself with the transfer credit policies at your prospective university. Some institutions limit the number of pre-matriculation credits that can be transferred, though courses can often be used for placement.