An unofficial transcript is for personal use and serves as a way for you to check the accuracy of the record. They are available online and can be accessed through Testudo.
An official transcript is a complete record of your academic history at the University of Maryland. UMD has partnered with National Student Clearinghouse to handle transcript requests. Students should visit the Office of the University Registrar transcript website for more information.
Visit Office of Registrar Certifications and Verifications page.
University of Maryland Global Campus (UMGC), formerly known as University of Maryland, University College students cannot access or request transcripts through the University of Maryland, College Park.
UMGC students must contact UMGC Office of Transcripts and Enrollment Verification.
Customers may find they are unable to complete identity verification, despite entering information that matches what is in the UMD database. In this case, the customer may have attended University of Maryland Global Campus (UMGC), formerly known as University of Maryland, University College.
The customer should try logging into the UMGC account and can contact UMGC Office of Transcripts and Enrollment Verification for more help.
If the customer is being prompted by Testudo to have their student grant them access to view their transcript despite being a former student:
If this customer cannot access their transcript through Testudo, it is likely they were a UMGC student. The customer can contact UMGC Office of Transcripts and Enrollment Verification for more help.
Service Desk agents should ask whether the customer took classes at UMGC. UMGC students must contact UMGC Office of Transcripts and Enrollment Verification to request transcripts.
Students who graduate before 1990 may not be able to obtain a Directory ID to request a transcript. This is because the student account has been archived.
In the circumstances, the former student should contact the Registrar's office (301-314-8240) with the following information:
The Registrar will find the customer's account information and restore its status from archived. It takes 24 hours for the systems to update.
Once this process is complete, the customer can create a Directory ID after 24 hours. Service Desk agents should create a ticket with this information and send it to the customer.
The Registrar can process changes to names and Social Security numbers. Visit the Registrar's page on name and Social Security changes for complete instructions.
After your Social Security number is updated, you can request your transcript.