Sending Official Records - Transfer Students

Unless otherwise stated in your Admission Contract, you must send us official transcripts for your college course work, and any AP and IB exam scores by the following dates:

Transcripts for Must be received by
All courses taken through the fall 2017 term June 1, 2018 *
All courses taken through the spring 2018 term July 1, 2018 **
All courses taken in summer 2018 (if any) September 1, 2018

* Students admitted on or after May 18, 2018 will have until June 30 to send us these transcripts.
** Students from institutions ending in late June (e.g. De Anza/Foothill) should submit transcript(s) as soon as all grades are posted.

Note: Please let us know any names that appear on previous records if they differ from the names you provided on your application form.

Sending Transcripts

UCLA needs official transcripts from all institutions you have attended. (Unless specifically requested in your Admission Contract, we do not require a high school transcript.)

Through postal mail

Transcripts can be sent to:

UCLA Undergraduate Admission
Attn: Transcripts
1147 Murphy Hall, Box 951436
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1436

Note: Paper documents will only be considered official if they are sent in a sealed school envelope with a stamp or signature on the flap of the envelope.

Electronically *

Electronic transcripts are accepted from the following vendors:

  • Parchment
  • Naviance
  • E-Scrip
  • Credentials, Inc.

We must receive your transcript directly from the transcript vendor. We will not accept transcripts sent through email as official. If your school does not utilize these vendors, you will need to submit official paper copies of your documents.

* Note: once the transcript is downloaded by our office, processing time is still required. Please allow up to 10 business days for MyUCLA to be updated.

Sending Test Scores

If you passed any Advanced Placement (AP) or higher level International Baccalaureate (IB) exams you must have official results sent to UCLA by the testing agency to receive credit.

Provided we receive your official results, credit from these exams should appear on your record some time during your first term at UCLA.


You can check to see whether your transcripts and test scores have been received on MyUCLA.