Request a Transcript

Students applying for Towson Undergraduate or Graduate Admissions do not need to request an official transcript from Towson University as part of their admission process. Your official transcript from TU will be obtained internally.

Former Students

Towson University has authorized Parchment Exchange to provide official transcripts in electronic or paper format. Fees are $8 for electronic and $10 for paper. Former TU students who no longer have access to their student dashboard can order their official transcripts through Parchment Exchange.

Current Students

Current students may request an official electronic or paper transcript from their student dashboard via Towson Online Services/PeopleSoft, under Academics, fees are $8 for electronic and $10 for paper.

Unofficial Transcripts

Currently enrolled students can view their unofficial transcript through Dashboard via Towson Online Services/PeopleSoft, under Academics. Former TU students who no longer have access to their student dashboard may request an unofficial transcript in person only by presenting their photo ID at the Registrar's Office, ES223. Unofficial transcripts will not be emailed, mailed or faxed.

Frequently Asked Questions

Students who were part of the joint MBA program between the two institutions that ran from 2006 through 2018 should request their transcripts from the University of Baltimore. All student data, course records and degrees are held in the University of Baltimore’s student data system and do not exist in TU’s student data system.

Towson University has authorized Parchment Exchange as our third party vendor to provide official transcripts in electronic or paper format to former Baltimore Hebrew University (BHU) students. The cost is $8 for electronic transcript and $10 for a paper transcript.

If you are a first time user of Parchment Exchange, you will need to set up an account. The following information will be required to ensure proper student matching:

  • Birth date
  • Year graduated or last attended
  • Last four digits of your SSN
  • Student ID number (optional)
  • Email address

While electronic transcripts are widely accepted, confirm with your recipients that they will accept this format before ordering. An electronic (secure, certified PDF) transcript is “official” in its electronic form as long as it is not altered. Each time the file is opened, it will be certified electronically (internet connection required) to ensure that it has not been altered. A printed copy of a PDF transcript is not official.

Yes, the attachment will be enclosed in the same envelope with the transcript and must have the following characteristics:

  1. Acceptable file formats are: PDF, JPEG, TIFF, PNG, TXT, DOC AND DOCX
  2. Files cannot exceed 300kb
  3. Maximum of 3 pages are allowed

A paper transcript is “official” only as long as it remains in its sealed envelope. Do not open the sealed envelope if you are forwarding the document to another party (an institution, employer or other person). Open the envelope only if you have ordered the transcript for personal use.

Request your transcript be sent to AMCAS using Parchment Exchange, for a fee of $8 for an electronic transcript and $10 for a paper transcript.  You must have your AAMC Transcript ID available when you place your order.

Yes, Towson University offers a rush processing service between the hours of 8:30 a.m. until 4 p.m., Monday-Friday. Requests can be made in person at the Enrollment Services Center, Room 223. The cost is $10 per transcript. Payment can be made by cash or check to Towson University.