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Important Note: Please provide us with your current contact information, including current mailing address, email and telephone number.

Current students can use myUTH to verify and make changes to your current contact information (mailing address, email, and telephone numbers).

Former students who are not currently enrolled, use the information below to order a transcript. Current contact information will be taken from your transcript request form.


Official Transcripts
Students who are currently enrolled
Currently enrolled students are encouraged to order transcripts using the online facilities of myUTH.

Current students may opt to order official transcripts manually, by following the instructions below.

Former students who are not currently enrolled
Online access is not available to former students who are not currently enrolled. Transcripts can only be ordered manually by following the instructions below.

Ordering transcripts manually (not online using myUTH)

Complete the Official Transcript Request Form and fax it to the Registrar's Office at fax # 713-500-3356. Payment of the $5 per transcript fee may be made by calling the Bursar's Office at 713-500-3088. Payment of the transcript order fee may be made using VISA or MasterCard. Click here to print and complete an Official Transcript Request form.

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Transcript Request Forms are available from the Office of the Registrar, in the University Center Tower, Suite 2250. Medical Students may pick up Transcript Request Forms from the Medical School's Office of Student Affairs, or in the LRC.

Complete a transcript request form in the Office of the Registrar. After your request is entered, pay the transcript fee at the Cashier's window at the University Center Tower, Suite 2240.

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Send a letter signed by the student and accompanied with payment of $5.00 per transcript. Letters must include: the student's name, Social Security Number, date of birth, dates of attendance at UTHSC at Houston, degree(s) conferred, and the address where the student wishes the transcript(s) to be mailed.

Letters should be sent to:

Office of the Registrar - UCT2250
PO Box 20036
Houston, TX 77225

NOTE: A transcript is classified as OFFICIAL if it is sent BY THE REGISTRAR'S OFFICE directly to the receiving institution. It will bear the college seal, date, and appropriate signature. If the transcript is given to the student, it is stamped "Issued to Student," and the receiving institution MAY not recognize it as official. It is best to let our office send it.

Transcripts are normally processed within 24-48 hours (business days) following receipt of a completed transcript order with payment of the transcript(s) fee.

Unofficial Transcripts
Unofficial transcripts may be viewed online using myUTH. For directions on how to view them, click here.

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