All transcripts (JD, LLM and PhD) are ordered through the York University Registrar’s Office.  Both digital and printed transcripts are available.

Student Number Required

You will need your Osgoode student number to order your transcript.  If you do not remember your Osgoode student number and are not currently registered at Osgoode, send an email to with a clear, scanned attachment of a government-issued photo identification (e.g. Driver’s license, passport). Ensure your email indicates that you are requesting your Osgoode student number for a transcript order, along with providing the following information so we can authenticate your identity:

  • your date of birth
  • your mailing address when you were last at Osgoode/York
  • the years you attended Osgoode/York

JD Alumni

JD program graduates should note that the following types of transcripts are available:

Official Law Only Transcript

The official transcript for the JD degree is comprised of a summary of course enrollment, grades, and sessional academic decisions. This transcript will also include clinical program evaluations, which are not released at the same time as final grades.  This transcript is available in digital and printed formats. Digital format can be viewed and Note that the law only transcript does not include information on any other studies at York.  If you require a comprehensive record of your entire time at York, including joint programs, please request an Official York Transcript.

Unofficial Law Only Transcript

In addition to a comprehensive summary of your course enrolment, grades and sessional academic decisions, an unofficial transcript includes average calculations (overall and cumulative). This transcript is meant for personal use and is not an official transcript.  This transcript is only available in a digital format and can be viewed and shared on MyCreds.

Official/Unofficial York Transcript

This is a comprehensive summary of your complete academic record in all York University faculties and includes course enrolments, grades, clinical program evaluations, and sessional academic decisions.