Send official transcripts

Send an official transcript to UVic if:

  • you have graduated from high school and have not yet attended a college or university
  • you have graduated from from a college or university.

Your transcript must be received by the application deadline.

If you're a current high school student, you will self-report or upload your grades instead of sending transcripts.

What is an official transcript?

Official transcripts are issued directly to UVic by a ministry of education, educational institution or other authority. Depending on the issuer, official transcripts may be sent electronically, by mail or by courier.

To be considered "official", transcripts that have been mailed or couriered must:

  • bear the seal or stamp of the issuer
  • bear an original signature of a presiding official
  • be received by Undergraduate Admissions in a sealed envelope with the issuer's stamp over the seal.

Documents in languages other than English or French must be accompanied by notarized English translations. 

Official transcripts sent to UVic become the property of the university and will not be returned. Exceptions will be made for irreplaceable documents, which will be returned by registered mail upon written request.

How to send an official transcript

High school graduates

Arrange for an official transcript (including proof of conferral of diploma) to be sent to Undergraduate Admissions via one of the following methods.

BC Ministry of Education

Visit the BC Ministry of Education's online StudentTranscripts Service (STS) to set up your BCeID account. You can then use the STS website to have your high school transcript sent to UVic.

Other electronic grades services

UVic has arrangements in place to receive some transcripts electronically, including:

Transcripts by mail or courier

Applicants who are not able to submit final transcripts using one of the methods above must arrange for official transcripts to be mailed or couriered directly to Undergraduate Admissions from a ministry of education, educational institution or issuing authority.

College/university graduates

College/university transcript

Arrange for an official transcript (including proof of conferral of degree) to be sent to Undergraduate Admissions directly from your college/university.

High school transcript

Depending on your planned studies, you may be required to also provide a high school transcript to check course prerequisites. Official high school transcripts can be submitted via one of the methods below.

BC Ministry of Education

Visit the BC Ministry of Education's online StudentTranscripts Service (STS) to set up your BCeID account. You can then use the STS website to have your high school transcript sent to UVic.

Other electronic grades services

UVic has arrangements in place to receive some transcripts electronically, including:

Transcripts by mail or courier

Applicants who are not able to submit final transcripts using one of the methods above must arrange for official transcripts to be mailed or couriered directly to Undergraduate Admissions from a ministry of education, educational institution or issuing authority.

Undergraduate Admissions addresses

Transcripts can be mailed or couriered to the following addresses.

Mail
Undergraduate Admissions
University of Victoria
PO Box 3025 STN CSC
Victoria, BC V8W 3P2

Courier
Undergraduate Admissions
University of Victoria
University Centre, Room A102
3800 Finnerty Road
Victoria, BC V8W 3P2


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