A transcript is an official record of a student’s educational achievement.

Only transcripts bearing the seal of ӰԭƵ and the signature of the Registrar are considered official.

Important: Transcripts are produced based on your academic record at the time of ordering. It is your responsibility to view your Unofficial Transcript first, and ensure that all courses, grades and/or credentials are listedbeforeordering official transcripts.

View your unofficial transcript

  1. Log in toto view your unofficial transcript online. You may need toorset-up your myCamosun account.Visit Getting started with myCamosun | ӰԭƵ,then Troubleshooting for password or sign-in assistance.
  2. In the sidebar, select Academics
  3. Select Unofficial Transcript
  4. Click on Camosun Transcript

How to order your official transcript

  1. Log in totoorder your transcript online. You may need toorset-up your myCamosun account.Visit Getting started with myCamosun | ӰԭƵ,then Troubleshooting for password or sign-in assistance.

  2. Log in to
  3. In the sidebar, select Academics then Official Transcript Request
  4. Add New Request
  5. Complete all required fields
  6. Do not enter information in the Additional Information box.
  7. Proceed to Payment (non-refundable). Transcripts are $10 each.
  8. Verify payment and view receipt on . Requests will not be processed until payment is received.
    • Financial Information > Student Finance > Account Summary > Other
    • Expand All to view Payments and Receipt Number
    • If you do not see a receipt, your payment has not been received. Please make payment again.
    • Requests with incomplete payment will be cancelled after 3 weeks.
  9. Once your transcript is produced, you will see the date Produced on the Official Transcript Request page.
  10. It will be mailed within 5 business days of the production date. Your transcript will not be provided to you if you have outstanding tuition fees and/or fines owed to the college.

Frequently asked questions

What information appears on my official transcript?

ӰԭƵ’s transcript shows the term, course code, description, and if applicable, credits, grade/result for each course in which a student was registered past the add/drop deadline. Transcripts also include grade point average, academic standing and credentials granted. Other information may also be included, such as withdrawals, audited and repeated courses, transfer credits, and distinctions. The nature, extent, and format of information that appears on the transcript is determined by the Registrar in accordance with national and international professional standards and practical systems.

When and how will my transcripts be mailed out?

Transcripts are printed on Mondays and Thursdays each week.

Official, sealed transcripts are mailed via Canada Post, to the address provided on the request form. Camosun is not responsible for delayed or lost mail.

If courier delivery is required, emailstudentrecords@camosun.ca. Please include your full name, date of birth, student ID number, and phone number.

Pick-up and expedited requests are not available.

Can I cancel my transcript request and receive a refund?

No. Transcript requests are non-refundable, and cancellations are not permitted.

Camosun has my official transcript from another institution on file. Can you forward that transcript to another institution or organization?

No. High school and/or post-secondary transcripts received in the admissions and transfer credit processes are property of Camosun and cannot be forwarded to other institutions or organizations.

I’m applying for a program at Camosun, and I’ve attended Camosun in the past. Do I need to order a Camosun transcript?

No. If you are a current or former Camosun student who is applying for another Camosun program, please do not order a ӰԭƵ transcript. Camosun already has your grades on file.

I’m applying for a program at Camosun, and I’ve never attended Camosun before. How do I send my high school and/or post-secondary transcripts?

To send transcripts for admission to ӰԭƵ, please order through the sending institution. BC high school students can grant authorization for ӰԭƵ to receive their high school grades electronically through the . See the How to Apply page for more information.

Contact information

Student Records

Transcripts Department