Transcripts

Official transcripts of your academic record at Saint Louis University, including work done in the 1818 Advanced College Credit program, are available through the Office of the University Registrar at no cost.

Transcript requests are processed within seven to 10 days.

Transcript requests must be submitted in writing with an original student signature or through Banner Self-Service. Requests may also be submitted in person to the registrar's office, DuBourg Hall, Room 22.

Request a transcript via Banner-Self Service.

Log into your mySLU account with your username and password.

  • Click on the "Tools" tab
  • Click on "Banner Self-Service"
  • Click on "Student"
  • Click on "Student Records"
  • Click on "Request a Transcript"
  • Select from address Options 1 or 2,  and click "Continue"
  • Enter or modify the address information and click "Continue"
  • Enter the number of copies desired and click "Continue"

Review the information and click “Submit Request” if it is correct. If not, return to the previous screens for correction using the navigation buttons on your browser. Banner Self-Service transcript requests cannot be picked up in person.

Request a transcript to be mailed, faxed or shipped via FedEx.

Requests for transcripts to be mailed or faxed should use the transcript request form, and requests for transcripts shipped via FedEx should use the FedEx request form. Letters can be mailed or faxed.  You must include your signature authorizing the release of your transcript, as well as the following:

  • Your complete name
  • Any other names you have ever used while attending SLU
  • Your Student ID Number (for students attending after summer 2005) or the last four digits of your Social Security Number
  • Your date of birth
  • The approximate beginning and ending dates of enrollment at Saint Louis University
  • An exact address to which the transcript should be sent
  • A phone number where you can be reached if there are any problems with this request

Fax requests to 314-977-3447 or mail to:

Office of the University Registrar
Attn: Transcripts
DuBourg Hall, Room 22
One Grand Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63103-2097

Requests for the Medical School registrar can be faxed to 314-977-8088 or mail to:

Registrar School of Medicine
LRC 101
1402 South Grand Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63104

For more information about SLU medical school transcripts, call 314-977-9812.

Viewing Unofficial Transcripts

Your unofficial, web-based transcript can be viewed through Banner Self-Service using the following steps:

  • Log into mySLU.slu.edu
  • Click on the "Tools" tab
  • Click on "Banner Self-Service"
  • Click on "Student"
  • Click on "Student Records"
  • Click on "Academic Transcript"
  • Click the "Submit" button

Any transfer credit will appear near the top of the academic transcript. The SLU equivalent course will display on the transcript. Any courses that were not transferred or are currently being evaluated will not display on the transcript.

Frequently Asked Questions: Transcripts

Can my friend or relative pick up my transcript for me?

Yes. They will need a signed release from you stating the person's name and that you are allowing them to pick up your transcript. They will also need to present a picture ID.

Has the transcript from another institution been received by Saint Louis University?

Current students can email registrar@slu.edu, call 314-977-2269 or visit our office in Room 22 of DuBourg Hall to verify transcripts have been received. Students who have yet to attend classes at the University should contact the appropriate office of admissions to verify receipt.

Do the grades I earned at the transfer institution calculate in my SLU GPA?

No. The only grades which are calculated into your SLU GPA are grades earned at or in conjunction with SLU. (Examples of the latter include study abroad and the 1818 program). The hours earned will be calculated toward your degree requirements and your registration classification.

Can I view my unofficial transcript?
Yes, through Banner Self-Service.
Do you accept practical courses such as EMT training, CPR courses or welding?

SLU does not accept practical courses for academic credit. Consult the Unofficial Transfer Articulation website to view the established transfer equivalency tables.

If you do not see an institution or specific course, that does not necessarily mean the transfer work is not accepted. It simply means we have not previously received transfer work from the institution or regarding the specific course.

What does the back of the transcript look like?

View or download a PDF example of the grade scale/transcript back.