Accessing Unofficial Transcripts

Most students are able to access their Unofficial Transcripts through the insidePacific portal.
The general steps are as follows:

  • Log into insidePacific
  • Click on the Academic Tab
  • Click on Academic Services
  • Click on Student and Financial Aid
  • Click on Student Records
  • Click on Academic Transcript
  • Transcript type: Unofficial

Please Note: These steps may vary depending on your program of study.

McGeorge School of Law Alumni without an insidePacific account (prior to 2005) — email sacregistrar@pacific.edu for assistance.

For more information, contact the Office of the Registrar.

Ordering Official Transcripts

For McGeorge School of Law Students & Alumni

Official Transcripts are $5 per copy and are processed within three to five business days — order here.

For Dental Alumni

Alumni documentation includes items such as official transcripts, graduation verification letters, and more. Requests for alumni documentation can be made in person at the Office of the Registrar on the fourth floor by filling out a Request for Documentation Form for Alumni; alternatively, you can email this form to sfregistrar@pacific.edu, fax it to  415.400.8498, or mail it to the following address:

University of the Pacific
Office of the Registrar
155 Fifth Street, 4th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94103

Please ensure that you sign your form before submitting it.

Please note that alumni requesting official transcripts for applications to post-graduate programs should submit the Request for Documentation Form and should also read the post-graduate section.

Official Transcripts (All programs except law and dental)

Online orders, visit  National Student Clearinghouse .

Cost: $5 per transcript plus a $2.25 order processing fee. 

To check the status of an order, visit the Transcript Order Status Tool.

Email, telephone, and fax requests will not be honored, nor will transcripts be emailed or faxed.

Please note: University of the Pacific will not provide copies of test scores (e.g., TOEFL, GRE, SAT, GMAT) or transcripts of the academic work from other institutions. You must contact the original institution for transcripts.

Army, Marine Corps, Navy, and Coast Guard are now producing a Joint Services Transcript

Order your military transcript here, have them sent to University of Pacific. Fill out the Transfer Credit Approval Request Form and submit to the Registrar's Office. Upon receiving the transcript the Office of the Registrar will review the content and unit recommendations from the military. Then we will work with corresponding departments to determine if and how credits should be awarded for duties performed during military service.

Enrollment Verifications

You may need to verify your current enrollment for many reasons that include providing student status for financial reasons, getting a job, applying to another college or university, or receiving special credentials.

University of the Pacific has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) to provide enrollment. Any current with a valid Social Security Number, an active insidePacific account, and a password can view or print an Enrollment Validation Certificate. To take advantage of this free service:

  • Log on to insidePacific.
  • Under Student Services, click on the Academic Tab scroll down to the National Student Clearinghouse "NSC" link click on ENTER.
  • If you need your login information you can access it through http://locksmith.pacific.edu.

    If you need to contact NSC:
    National Student Clearinghouse
    13454 Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite 300
    Herndon, VA 20171
    Phone: 703.742.4200
    Fax: 703.742.4239
    National Student Clearinghouse
    http://www.studentclearinghouse.org

Third Party Enrollment /Degree Verifications

University of the Pacific has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) to provide all enrollment and degree verification services to third parties at: http://www.degreeverify.org. Verifications will not be provided directly from the Office of the Registrar by phone, fax or mail.

Diplomas

The Office of the Registrar oversees the release of University diplomas. Diplomas are mailed first class to the address provided on your Application to Graduate online form. Diplomas are mailed directly from the printing company and are not available in our office. If you have a hold on your account, your diploma will be mailed to our office and we will retain the diploma until the hold is resolved.  Diplomas are kept on file for only five years then destroyed.

Frequently Asked Questions

When will I receive my diploma?

Diplomas will not be released if there is a financial hold on your records.

Diplomas are mailed approximately 3-4 months after the conclusion of the term in which you are scheduled to graduate. If you need official verification of your degree before you receive your diploma, please submit an Enrollment Verification Request (see instructions above on this page). Official transcripts reflect your degree once is awarded and are available before diplomas are ordered - this may also serve as a verification of graduation prior to the arrival of your diploma. 

Will my diplomas reflect University honors, if earned?

Diplomas reflect University honors (Cum Laude, Magna Cum Laude, and Summa Cum Laude) only.

Where will Pacific mail my diploma?
The diploma will be mailed to the address you provided the University on your Application to Graduate online form. We are not responsible for lost or returned diplomas.

How do I get a replacement for my damaged or lost diploma?

You may request a reissue of your diploma. If damaged, the original diploma must be returned. Please complete and submit a Duplicate Diploma Request Form. Reissued diplomas adhere to the current format, and they bear the signatures of the current University officials, NO EXCEPTIONS. A reissue statement appears on all reissued diplomas. The reissued diploma fee is $50.00, check or money order only, payable to University of the Pacific.

What if I need someone else to pick up my diploma?

Important NOTE: Due to COVID-19 safety precautions, the Office is currently not open for diploma pick ups.

Standard pick up procedures:

In writing, you must indicate your full name, date of birth, major, degree, month and year of graduation. You must also state the full legal name of the person you designate to pick up your diploma. The designee must present signed written authorization from the record owner, along with a copy of the record owner's valid photo ID. Our office will match your signature with records on file. Non matching signature requests will not be honored. Once the diploma is issued to the stated designee the University is no longer held responsible for diplomas lost or damaged.