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Charges and Delivery Options

Transcript Charges

Below you will find the charges associated with the various Transcript services the Office of the University Registrar provides. If you wish to order a transcript, please continue to transcript ordering process and follow the instructions there.

Document Type Price
Transcript, paper $15
Transcript, electronic $12
Add-on Charges
Rush Processing $15
Express Delivery - Domestic (fulfilled by FedEx) $35
Express Delivery - International (fulfilled by FedEx) $50

* There is a $5.00 per document notary fee. Please complete the Notary Request Form (pdf) and attach with the request.
** These are subject to change at the discretion of the Office of the University Registrar.


Delivery Options

Pick Up in Person

Transcripts can be picked up at the KU Visitor Center at 1502 Iowa Street. A valid photo ID is required to pick up a transcript.

Electronic Certified PDF Transcript

It is the responsibility of the person requesting the transcript to verify that the recipient will accept an Electronic PDF Transcript. If the recipient will not accept it, all charges are non-refundable. Electronic PDF Transcripts are available to download up to 3 times in 30 days. Once downloaded and saved, it may be viewable for 90 days from the initial date of receipt. After 90 days, the transcript will need to be reordered. No refunds are given for expired documents.

First Class Mail

Orders will be sent out the same business day when ordered before 12:00 p.m. CST.

Shipped by Federal Express

Federal Express guarantees delivery service by 3:00 p.m. the following business day. A Federal Express tracking number will be included with your email notification. Federal express guarantees delivery services but does not deliver to P.O. Boxes.

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