Attended After 1982:
If you attended the University of Northern Iowa in 1982 or later, please use the Online Transcript Request feature available within MyUNIverse. You do not need to be currently enrolled to use MyUNIverse. If you do not know your MyUNIverse username and/or password, you can contact the Computer Consulting Center at (319) 273-5555 for assistance.
After logging into MyUNIverse, select the "My Page" tab, and then click on the "Online Transcript Request" hotlink within the "Student Center" pagelet. Please have your debit/credit card readily available, as this is the only method of payment available within the Online Transcript Request.
Orders made by 12:00 a.m. CST will be processed the next business day. All orders made over the weekend will be processed on Monday morning.
Attended at all Prior to 1982:
If you attended the University of Northern Iowa at all before 1982, you must fill out a Transcript Request Form, and submit it to our office using one of the methods described below.
Instructions (Note. Only for those students who attended prior to 1982)
Scan and e-mail the Transcript Request Form to the Office of the Registrar at Registrar@uni.edu
Transcript Request Forms can be faxed to the Office of the Registrar at (319) 273-6792.
University of Northern Iowa
In order to complete the Transcript Request Form in our office, a picture ID is required. If another individual is picking up a transcript on your behalf, you must supply them with a note that includes your release statement and signature.
Mail the Transcript Request Form to the following address:
University of Northern Iowa
The fees identified below are applicable to all transcript requests.
$16.00 (per copy)
$23.00 (we will also send one via U.S. Mail)
$40.00 (the first transcript is $40.00; additional transcripts to the same address are $20.00)
$50.00 (the first transcript is $50.00; additional transcripts to the same address are $20.00)
Please allow one week for delivery
All transcripts issued from the University of Northern Iowa Office of the Registrar are official, bear the University Registrar's signature, and are printed on secure paper. Our office does not provide unofficial transcripts. It is important to note that transcripts that are picked up from our office, or transcripts that are sent directly to the student, will be stamped "Issued to Student." Some colleges and universities may not accept transcripts with this stamp, so it is recommended that if you are providing your transcript to someone else that you call to inquire about their policy.
Transcripts must be requested by the current/former student. However, if a transcript is going directly to a college or university for admission purposes, the request can be made by a parent or spouse.
If you attended the University of Northern Iowa in 1982 or later, you will use the Online Transcript Request feature available within MyUNIverse. Payment via a debit/credit card must be made at the time of the order.
If you attended the University of Northern Iowa prior to 1982, you will use the Transcript Request Form. Please do not send in cash or check with your Transcript Request Form. Instead, please wait for a bill from the Office of Business Operations before sending your payment. Please note, this will not delay the delivery of your transcript.
Transcripts will not be sent for any current/former student who, at the time of the request, is in financial arrears with the University. Once the financial hold has been removed, the transcript will be released.
Notarized and Apostilled Transcripts:
Some foreign countries may require special treatment of University documents. A notarized transcript is an official transcript that has been authenticated and notarized. The Office of the Registrar will provide a notarized, authenticated transcript at no additional charge. If a notarized transcript is needed, please note that in the "Special Instructions" section of the form.
International institutions and organizations may also require an apostille. The Office of the Registrar is unable to apostille documents. Special arrangements for this must be made by the individual requesting the transcript with the Office of the Secretary of State.