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Obtaining Your Transcripts

 

High School Students

Don't forget! If you are finishing high school this year, we will need your final, official transcript showing your final grades before you start classes. Official transcripts must come to the University of Regina directly from the issuing institution (Ministry of Education, school board office, etc.) in your province or country (if other than Canada). If you are starting classes in September, the deadline to submit your final transcripts is August 1.

Review how to submit final official transcripts based on your province of study below.

Post-Secondary Transfer Students

If you are currently completing classes at another post-secondary institution, your final official transcripts must be submitted after the courses are complete. Official transcripts must be sent directly from the post-secondary institution(s) to Enrolment Services. An English translation is required if the post-secondary transcript is not in English or French.

All documents that are supplied in support of applications for admission, re-admission, or transfer become the property of the University of Regina.

Review document deadlines in our Application Guide.

The information below applies to domestic high school students (Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, or refugees). International high school/secondary students (attending on a student visa or study permit) can access information about international student admission from UR International.

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Enrolment Services

Office: Administration Humanities, Rm. 108
University of Regina
3737 Wascana Pkwy
Regina, SK

Enrolment.Services@uregina.ca
1-306-585-4591
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Canadian Provinces

Alberta

Alberta


You can order your transcript online (myPass) through Alberta Education. 


Phone: 780-427-5732
Email: studentrecords@gov.ab.ca

British Columbia

British Columbia
You can order your transcript online from the BC Ministry of Education. 


Phone: 
Victoria Office: 250 387-6121
Vancouver Office: 604 660-2421
Elsewhere in BC (Toll Free): 1 800 663-7867
Outside of BC: 604 660-2421
Email: servicebc@gov.bc.ca

Manitoba

Manitoba


Current Grade 12 students should contact the administrative office of their school for instructions on ordering their official transcript. High school graduates can order their transcript online from Manitoba Student Records.


Phone: 204-945-0201 or 1-833-2277-1375 (calls within Manitoba only)
Email: sturecords@gov.mb.ca
 

New Brunswick

New Brunswick


Official New Brunswick high school transcripts can be obtained from the school you attended or the school district office.
If the school you attended is no longer in operation, contact the local school district office to obtain a transcript of your marks or diploma.
School and school district contact information can be found here.


Phone (Ministry of Education): 506-453-3678

Newfoundland & Labrador

Newfoundland and Labrador


You can order your transcript online from the Newfoundland & Labrador Department of Education.


Phone: 709-729-3001
Email: highschooltranscript@gov.nl.ca

Northwest Territories

Northwest Territories


You can order your transcript online.


Phone: 867-767-9355 ext 71271
Email: student_records@gov.nt.ca

Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia

You can order your transcript online from the school you attended.

If the school you attended is no longer in operation, contact the regional school board office to determine the successor school.

Here is a list of school board offices in Nova Scotia. 

 

Phone (Department of Education): 902-424-5168

Toll-Free (within NS and PEI): 1-888-825-7770

Nunavut

Nunavut 

 

You can order your transcript online.

 

Phone: 867-473-2612

Email: studentregistrar@gov.nu.ca

Ontario

Ontario

Official Ontario high school transcripts can be obtained from the school you attended.
However, some school boards maintain records in a central office, so you may be referred to the school board to obtain your transcript.

If you left a publicly funded school more than five years ago, or if the school you attended is no longer in operation, you should contact the school board, rather than the school.
A list of school board offices can be found online 
here 

 

Phone: 416-325-2929

Email: student.records@ontario.ca

Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island

Official PEI high school transcripts can be obtained from the school you attended. A list of high schools can be found online. 

 

Ministry Information Line: 902-368-4600

Email: DeptELL@gov.pe.ca 

Quebec

Quebec

You can order your transcript online.

 

Phone: 418-643-7095

Toll-Free: 1-866-747-6626

Email: DSE-Registrariat@education.gouv.qc.ca

Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan

You can order your transcript online from the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education. Find the process for ordering your transcript here.

 

Phone: 306-787-9525

Email: student.records@gov.sk.ca

Yukon

Yukon

If you have been out of school for less than 5 years, your high school transcript can be obtained from the school you attended.
If you have been out of school for longer than 5 years, you can request your transcript 
online.

 

Phone: 867-667-5170

Toll Free: (in Yukon): 1-800-661-0408 ext 5170

Email: transcripts@gov.yk.ca

AP/IB (Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate)

Advanced Placement

If you have completed AP courses in Canada or the United States, your marks will appear on your high school transcripts, and it is not required for you to send your official AP scores for admission. If you are an international student, OR would like to have your AP courses considered for transfer credit, you can order your official AP transcript through the College Board and indicate your Designated Institution (DI) code as 0830 for the University of Regina. Your AP transcript will be mailed to the U of R, which is currently the only method we are able to accept until online access is implemented, which will occur in January 2022.

International Baccalaureate

If you have completed IB courses in Canada or the United States, your marks will appear on your high school transcripts, and it is not required for you to send your official IB scores for admission. If you are an international student, have completed the IB Diploma, or would like to have your IB courses considered for transfer credit, you can order your official IB transcript through IB. The U of R is able to access IB transcripts through the secure IB online website, and will receive a notification once your document has been sent.