A transcript of results is an official record of your studies at RMIT University. It documents your program/s, courses, results, any exemptions granted and withdrawals from courses after the census date. After you have been conferred (graduated) the transcript will also include the completion and conferral (graduation) date for your program/s.
All RMIT students receive one award transcript free of charge after conferral. Your award transcript is sector specific, which means if you graduated from a higher education program the award transcript will include all your higher education studies at RMIT, but not any TAFE studies that you may have undertaken.
If you attend the Melbourne Graduation Ceremony in December you will receive your award transcript in late February (Higher Education) or early March (TAFE) of the following year.
If you graduate in absentia you will receive your award transcript approximately six weeks after the award is conferred.
How to apply
To obtain your award transcript you must first apply to graduate. Information about the graduation process and how to apply is available on the Graduation website.
To obtain a transcript before you graduate, or to purchase an additional award transcript contact the Hub in person or call +61 3 9925 8980 during business hours. The fee for a transcript is $20. For more information about transcript costs refer to the Hub.
- visit Ask RMIT – transcript FAQs
- contact the Hub on your campus or
- call the Hub on +61 3 9925 8980 during business hours