Academic record (transcript)
An academic transcript/record is a formal record of your academic history at the University. You'll get a free academic transcript, in digital format, when you graduate.
Currently, a delay in processing hard copy transcripts means it will take up to three weeks plus postage time, to receive your transcript. This is due to the grading and results options available to students after results are released.
You can order a digital copy, which you’ll receive much faster.
Your record usually includes all unit attempts and your grade for each unit. If you were enrolled in more than one course, it lists all courses and all units studied at Monash. In 2020, for eligible teaching periods, you have more options about what appears on your academic record. For full details, see the grading and results update.
At anytime, you can access a record of your past results and view an unofficial record in the Web Enrolment System.
For course completing students:
After results release: You won't receive a completed record until your unofficial record in WES has the status Completed.