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Requesting Transcripts

Students are entitled to receive five official copies of their transcript (record of study) free of charge within six months of completion of the academic requirements of their program, provided that all outstanding tuition and dormitory fees have been paid and all library books have been returned . To receive your transcript, please contact the Division of Undergraduate Studies before you leave.

After this six-month period, students can obtain transcripts via mail (or unofficially via fax) for a fee of US $15 per transcript. Students who order five transcripts or more on the same request form are charged US $15 per transcript for the first four copies ordered and US$5 for each additional transcript (for example, five transcripts would cost US$65 and ten transcripts US$90).

When to Expect your Transcripts:

Transcripts are sent via regular post from Jerusalem and can take up to 30 days to arrive. Once they are sent out, the Jerusalem office has no way to track them. Contact us if they are taking longer to arrive.

If you would like an unofficial copy, the Jerusalem office can fax it. Make sure to enter the fax number in the appropriate line on the request form. You still have to pay US$15 for the faxed transcript.

If you are in a hurry, the Jerusalem office can FEDEX the transcripts which takes three business days. Note that FEDEX is much more expensive, sometimes around US$80 per package. If you are sending multiple transcripts via FEDEX, we recommend sending them to your home first and sending them domestically from there. To have your transcripts FEDEXed, you must create an online FEDEX account (www.fedex.com), and then enter your FEDEX account number and FEDEX account name in the appropriate box on the transcript request form.

To order your transcript:

Please pay first. Transcript requests will not be processed until payment is received.

We recommend paying online as it is quick and simple, although please note there is non-refundable US$5 service fee.

To pay online, click here .

When you click Submit, make sure to copy your confirmation number as you will need it to order your transcript.

If you prefer to pay via check:

In the US, checks should be made payable to “The Hebrew University of Jerusalem/Rothberg International School.” Otherwise checks should be made payable to your local Friends of Hebrew University office, in the local currency dollar equivalent. In Israel, personal dollar checks are not acceptable.

Requests for transcripts from regular Hebrew University degree programs should be addressed to the relevant Faculty Secretary .

To order transcripts:

 

* Once you have paid, please complete the Transcript Request Form below. Make sure you have entered everything correctly before clicking “submit”, as there is no way to change the information once it has been submitted. The form goes directly to the Division of Undergraduate Studies, Jerusalem. Contact us if you have any questions regarding the status of your transcript.

*Residents of the United States and Canada may print and send their request to their local RIS office .

*Residents of all other countries may print and send their request to:

Division of Undergraduate Studies
Rothberg International School
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Mount Scopus, 91905
Jerusalem, Israel

 

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