Current students and graduates of most schools (class of 1988 or later) can use Penn InTouch to place orders and pay for transcripts using a Visa or MasterCard. In addition, currently enrolled students who are eligible to make purchases using their PennCard will be able to charge their orders to their Student Billing Account. To place an order, login to Penn InTouch and select ‘Order transcripts’ under ‘Academic records’ in the left hand menu.
If you wish to place an order through Penn In Touch but have forgotten your password, you can use the PennKey-ASAP automated online request system exclusively for Penn Alumni. The system will assist you in obtaining a PennKey Setup Code via email and allow you update your forgotten password at the PennKey registration website.
If you do not have access to Penn In Touch or if you prefer to pay by check, please download and complete a Transcript Request Form, enclose a check made payable to the "Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania" and mail it to the Office of the University Registrar (see address below). Payment for transcripts ordered by students and alumni outside of the United States may be made by International Money Order (in U.S. dollars drawn on a U.S. bank).
|Cost per transcript (plus shipping)|
|Electronic (PDF)||$10.00 per transcript (delivered within minutes)|
|Online (paper)||$10.00 per transcript (please allow 2-3 business days for processing)|
||$10.00 per transcript (please allow 2-3 business days for processing)|
|In Person||$10.00 per transcript (please allow 2-3 business days for processing) $15.00 per transcript for same-day service.|
The processing times listed above is the time required to prepare your order for mailing
|First Class Mail||No additional fee (up to 7 business days)|
||$20.00 additional fee (1-3 business days)|
|International Express Mail||$50.00 additional fee (up to 15 days + processing)|
University of Pennsylvania
Office of the University Registrar
Room 221 Franklin Building
3451 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6291
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