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Student Records


Important Notice:  There may be delays or disruptions in processing transcript requests made using MaineStreet Self Service.  During this time, it is recommended that transcript requests be placed using other available options provided by the National Student Clearinghouse.

Students’ official academic records are maintained in the Registrar’s Office. Transcripts of these records are not furnished to individuals, other institutions or prospective employers without the written consent of the student.




Secure, Fast, Electronic Delivery:

  • Need a transcript right away?
  • Don’t want to wait for the postal service to deliver mail across the country?
  • Applying for a job or graduate school which requires an electronic transcript?

The University of Maine at Machias has partnered with the National Student Clearinghouse to
provide secure, electronic delivery of official transcripts to an email address anywhere in the world.

The service costs $3.90 per transcript, which is payable by credit card when you place
your online order.

  • You’ll need to check with the recipient to be sure that they will accept an electronic transcript.
  • You’ll want to send transcripts directly to another college if you’re hoping to be accepted and receive transfer credits.
  • Please note that you don’t need to order electronic transcripts for undergraduate admission to other University of Maine System schools.  They’re able to access your transcript in MaineStreet as long as you don’t have a hold on your account.

Click Electronic Transcript now to place your order.


MaineStreet Self-Service

Request Official Transcript through MaineStreet Student Center

If you have access to MaineStreet, and have no Business Office holds on your account, you should be able to order an Official Transcript from your MaineStreet Student Center:

  • Login to MaineStreet.
  • Select Self-Service.
  • Select Student Center.
  • Select Transcript:  Request Official from drop-down box labelled “Other Academic.”
  • Complete Name and Address of recipient.

Transcripts requested in this way will be processed within the next five business days.  You should be able to check the status of your request by returning to the request.


Written Request

Send Written Request for Transcripts

All transcript requests must be in writing. Complete the Transcript Request form or send us a letter which includes all of the following:

  • Name
  • All names under which your records may be filed
  • Social Security number
  • Date of Birth
  • Dates of attendance
  • Your mailing address
  • Phone number
  • Email address
  • Address where you would like your transcripts mailed
  • Your signature

All transcripts sent directly to students will be marked “Issued to Student” and will generally not be considered official. Please indicate if transcripts need to be in a sealed envelope.

Please allow five business days from receipt of transcript request for processing.  There is no charge to send a paper transcript.

Email Requests

Email requests for transcripts will only be accepted if your name is part of the email address. The emailed request should not include SSN or credit card information.

Please do not email the Transcript Request form as an attachment, since email is not a secure way to transmit sensitive information.


MaineStreet Unofficial

Need an Unofficial copy of your transcript?

If you have access to MaineStreet, and have no Business Office holds on your account, you should be able to print your own copy of an Unofficial transcript.

  • Login to MaineStreet
  • Select Self-Service.
  • Select Student Center.
  • Select Request Transcript:  View Unofficial from the drop-down box labelled “Other Academic.”

You should be able to generate and then print an unofficial “Issued to Student” copy of your transcript from your own computer, as long as you don’t have any Business Office holds.

University policy prohibits issuing official transcripts to any student indebted to the University.


If you have any questions, please call the Registrar’s Office at 207.255.1223 or email