*Due to an upgrade to the Student Information System (SIS), Student Center and Course Search and Enroll will not be available from 4:00 p.m. on June 28 to 8:00 a.m. on July 8, 2019. The Office of the Registrar will not be open to the public or be able to provide any services (e.g. student record updates, degree posting or diploma orders, transcript requests, enrollment and degree verifications, etc.) during this outage.*
Your Student Record, sometimes referred to as an unofficial transcript, contains information about your enrollment and courses at UW–Madison:
your courses, majors, certificates, and degrees
grades, credits, and total GPA
changes in your academics, like dropped classes or grade changes
Dean’s List or similar awards
notes from dean’s offices and advisors
dates of your enrollment at UW–Madison
Your Student Record is different from your official transcript because it includes details like dean’s office notes, which are not part of the transcript. The transcript is printed on security paper or encrypted as a secure PDF so other organizations can trust that it is authentic. The Student Record is a plain PDF that you can easily get yourself, when you need a summary of your academic history at UW–Madison.
Get your Student Record
Students enrolled in a term from Fall 2010 to present: go Student Center via MyUW.
Students enrolled in a term from Fall 1979 to Summer 2010: go to Student Center via MyInfo.
Go to “My Academics.”
Select “Request my student record.”
Confirm or update your email address. (Current students will always have their Student Record sent to their wisc.edu address.)
An email will arrive in few minutes from the Office of the Registrar, with your Student Record attached as a PDF.
If you are unable to access Student Center, you can request a Student Record in person at our office. Picture ID, preferably a student ID, is required. There is a limit of one copy per student per visit; however, they are printed on plain paper and you can easily make your own copies.