All students have one academic record at Ryerson*. It is the official record of:
- all courses taken and grades earned at Ryerson (day school and through Continuing Education), and
- credits granted (transfer, challenge, etc.)
Students are eligible to receive transcripts of their academic results or to have these results forwarded to third parties, such as educational institutions, professional associations and employers.
Students may request a Transcript online at my.ryerson.ca via RAMSS. Select Request Official Transcript.
The cost per individual official transcript is $15 Canadian (subject to change) and is non-refundable. Accepted payment methods are Visa, MasterCard or American Express credit cards.
No transcript will be prepared without the required fee payment. Student Records is not responsible for transcripts lost or delayed in the mail.
Normal processing time for transcripts is as soon as possible within three (3) business days. However, processing time may be delayed during peak periods, up to five (5) business days. Students are encouraged to submit Transcript Requests well in advance of any deadlines for which the transcript is required.
All officially certified transcripts will be complete and unabridged. Partial transcripts will not be issued.
Documents pertaining to a student’s achievement at another institution, which may have been received by Ryerson, will not normally be released or redirected.
NOTE: Students who have an outstanding financial or other obligation to Ryerson University (e.g., have equipment, cage cards, and/or library books overdue; wireless NetReady cards or ResNet equipment owed to Computing and Communications Services, etc.) are not eligible to receive transcripts until the status of these items is cleared to the satisfaction of the University.
Students can view their Unofficial Transcript via RAMSS at my.ryerson.ca in their ‘My Academics’ section. This transcript provides the student with an unofficial record of their complete Ryerson academic history.
*Since September 1, 1984. Students who completed courses before 1984, please contact Student Records for assistance.