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A transcript is a copy of the student’s academic record. All official transcripts are embossed with the university seal.

Official transcripts of student academic records are issued by the Office of Records and Registration only upon the written request of the student. Due to federal privacy laws, a signature is required to release a transcript; therefore the office cannot fulfill e-mail or telephone requests for transcripts. The request should be made at least one week before the transcript is needed. All transcripts are $5 each. Currently enrolled students can obtain unofficial copies of transcripts via the Web using myVCULogin at

An official transcript is issued only after the student has paid all university bills.

Transcript requests signed by the student may be submitted in person at the Student Services Center in Harris Hall, 1015 Floyd Ave., in Room 1100 on the Monroe Park Campus, or in VMI Building, 1000 E. Marshall St., in Room 323 on the MCV Campus; or submit by mail to the Office of Records and Registration, P.O. Box 842520, Richmond, VA 23284-2520 (for the Monroe Park Campus), or Office of Records and Registration, P.O. Box 980277, Richmond, VA 23298-0277 (for the MCV Campus). Students and recent alumni may request an official transcript and pay by credit card by logging in to eServices and following the links to “Student/Student Records.”


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