Most institutions/companies will accept paper transcripts. Transcripts should be sent directly to the receiving institution. If you are having the transcript sent first to yourself and then you are supplying it to a third party - do not open the seal on the envelope. Once opened, the transcript may no longer be considered official by the receiving party.
Students and former students that attended after 1982 should order official paper transcripts in MyCentral.
Former students who attended UCM prior to 1983 can order an official paper transcript using our Transcript Request Form.
UCM partners with Parchment Inc. to produce and mail official paper transcripts. Transcripts are mailed within 24 business hours from their facility in Scottsdale, Arizona. Average mailing times can be determined by calling your local post office.
Some institutions/companies will accept electronic certified pdf transcripts. Before placing an order for an electronic transcript, confirm that the receiving institution will accept this format as official. Transcripts should be emailed directly to the receiving institution. Make sure you have supplied the correct email address. Please note that if you are having the transcript emailed first to yourself and then you are forwarding it to a third party - the transcript may no longer be considered official by the receiving party.
Students and former students that attended after 1982 should order official transcripts in MyCentral.
Former students who attended UCM prior to 1983 can order an official transcript using our Transcript Request Form.
UCM partners with Parchment Inc. to produce and email official electronic certified pdf transcripts. Transcripts are emailed within 24 business hours (and typically much faster) from their facility in Scottsdale, Arizona. Receivers must open the certified pdf within seven days of receipt.
Some institutions/companies will accept faxed transcripts. Before placing an order for a faxed transcript, confirm that the receiving institution will accept this format as official. Transcripts should be faxed directly to the receiving institution. Make sure you have supplied the correct fax number.
Students and former students can order a faxed transcript using our Transcript Request Form. Requests for faxed transcripts may not be made in MyCentral. Transcripts are faxed within 48 business hours from the UCM Registrar's Office (fax: 660-543-8400).
You'll need your student number (700XXXXXX) and MyCentral password in order to log into MyCentral.
If you don’t know your student number you can look it up by entering your name, birthdate, and last four digits of your SSN on the MyCentral login page. If you are unable to retrieve your student number online, contact the Registrar’s Office at email@example.com. Be sure to include your full name (and any prior names you may have attended under), birthdate, and the last four digits of your SSN.
To recover an old MyCentral password, try using the "Forgot password?" link on the MyCentral login page. If you are unable to retrieve your password online, contact the Technology Support Center (TSC) at 660-543-HELP (4357). Be prepared to provide your full name (and any prior names you may have attended under), birthdate, and the last four digits of your SSN.
The preferred and fastest way to order an official UCM transcript is to place your order in MyCentral. If you don’t know your UCM student number (700XXXXXX) contact the Registrar’s Office. If you have your student number, but need to reset your password contact the Technology Support Center at 660-543-HELP.
After logging in to MyCentral click on the “Student Services” tab and choose Student Home in the “UCM Student Records” section choose “Official Transcript” and follow the instructions on the page.
Please use appropriate capitalization, punctuation, and spelling on the transcript order form. What you enter will print on the transcript.
You will receive an order confirmation e-mail after placing your order.
If you experience a problem submitting your online request, please do not submit again. Call our office at 660-543-4914 during regular business hours (Mon.-Fri. 8-5, or 7:30-4:30 in the summer).
Other ways to order an official transcript include:
The Registrar's Office cannot accept transcript orders by telephone. The usual turnaround time for transcript orders is 24 business hours once your order is received. A hold on your record may prevent the release of transcripts.
*UCM has two types of electronic pdf transcripts: password-secured and unsecured. Orders placed online in MyCentral will produce a password-secured pdf transcript from our transcript partner company, Parchment. Most employers and higher education institutions will accept this type of pdf transcript. Orders placed using our transcript order form will produce a regular pdf attached to an e-mail - it is not password secured. Some institutions will only accept pdf transcript that are password secured.
Someone can obtain a copy of a student's transcript only if the student provides them with written, dated, and signed permission for release of the transcript. This must include the name of the person who will be picking up the transcript. The person picking up the transcript must provide photo ID. Federal law prohibits release of grades or academic record information to anyone but the student without this special permission.
Students may obtain an official copy of their University of Central Missouri transcript in the Office of the Registrar by showing your photo ID. See instructions above to request a transcript online, by mail, e-mail, or by fax.
Current and former students who attended Central after 1982 have access to unofficial transcripts via MyCentral. The Registrar's Office does not issue unofficial transcripts. Students can access their unofficial transcript by logging into MyCentral. Once logged in, go to the "Student Services" tab and choose “Student Home”, “UCM Student Records”, and then choose "Unofficial Transcript". The two drop down boxes may be ignored, unless those selections are pertinent to the search. The information at the top of the document varies depending on if you choose “official” or “unofficial”, but please note, both versions are unofficial. Coursework information is the same on both versions.
Unofficial transcripts do not indicate whether or a degree has been awarded. Degrees earned are posted only to official transcripts. Dean's List designation will show with applicable semesters.