We're simplifying the VE grading process

From 1 January 2020, there may be changes to your transcript. Find out more

What is a transcript?

Your transcript is an official record of your studies at RMIT University, across all program/s. It documents your programs, courses, results and any exemptions granted or withdrawals from courses after the census date. Where applicable, transcripts include details of completion, conferral (graduation) and University-awarded prizes and recognition.

If you're a graduating student and require a completion transcript, please note that this can take up to two weeks after your final results are released. This is because your school needs to manually assess and confirm you as 'complete'. Once the School has confirmed your completion, you'll receive an email to your personal email account advising that the digital version of your transcript is available (free of charge).

If you urgently require a copy of your transcript, please contact your school immediately after the result release date.

Results can't be removed from your transcript. If you believe a result on your transcript is incorrect please contact your school.

Available to

All current and past students.

If you studied at RMIT University prior to 1982 or if you studied at a college or institute that merged with RMIT, you need to order an archive transcript instead of a regular transcript.

Useful for

  • When applying for study at other institutions, to provide evidence of the courses you have enrolled in and the results you achieved for all the programs you studied at RMIT.
  • Employment purposes, such as proving to an employer that you have completed or graduated from a program or to provide evidence of your GPA.

View samples of academic transcripts

Sample – academic transcript

Sample – transcript with completion

Sample - transcript with micro credentials

Sample – award transcript with completion and conferral

How to get one

Available in digital and hard copy format. 

We're simplifying the VE grading process

We’re simplifying the way vocational education (VE) students are graded to ensure consistency across all VE programs. 

From 1 January 2020, all VE courses will be assessed as Competent or Not Yet Competent. For more information about these changes, see VE grades.

From 1 January 2020, a GPA will no longer appear on official transcripts or in Enrolment Online.

 

Format How to get one Cost

 

 

 

 

Digital 

Completing students:

Automatically issued on completion *

 

Graduating students:

Automatically issued on graduation/when award conferred *

 

Past students, and current students not yet completed/graduated:

Issued on request.

Apply and pay online. ^

 

Free

 

 

 

Free 

 

 

$25 for complete set of digital statements

 

 

Hard copy

Issued on request.+

Apply and pay online.^

 

 

Purchase in person at RMIT Connect

Standard mail: $55

Express mail: $65

International mail: $90

 

$70

 


^ Online application is not available to past students who studied at RMIT University prior to 1982 or who studied at a college or institute that merged with RMIT. Refer to Archive transcripts.

If you have a debt to the University you will not be able to request any academic statements until the debt is cleared – please contact RMIT Connect.

If you encounter difficulties applying online, please contact RMIT Connect.

Processing timelines:

  • Automatic issue for completing and graduating students: usually processed within 2 weeks of completing and graduating.

  • Request for digital or hard copy format: usually processed within 2 business days of submitting the online request.