CTLS students requesting an official transcript, to be submitted to a third party other than a state bar, must submit that request online via the National Student Clearinghouse. Payment must be made by credit card (AmEx, Discover, MasterCard, and Visa). NOTE: Transcripts will not be released to students with account holds or blocks.

Official Transcripts to State Bars:

Students requesting an official transcript, which will be sent to a state bar, must complete, sign, and submit a CTLS Transcript Request Form to Georgetown:

  • by email
  • by mail to:
    Georgetown University Law Center
    Office of the Registrar
    315 McDonough Hall
    600 New Jersey Avenue, NW
    Washington, DC 20001

Please note that a digital signature will not be accepted. There is no charge for official transcripts which will be sent to state bars.

Official Transcripts to Third Party (other than a state bar):

Students requesting an official transcript, for themselves to be submitted to a third party other than a state bar, must submit that request online via the National Student Clearinghouse. Georgetown Law has an agreement with the National Student Clearinghouse to provide a 24/7 transcript ordering service to our current and former students. Using the National Student Clearinghouse Transcript Ordering Service requires the requestor to submit an electronic signature to the Clearinghouse to authorize the release of the transcript.

There is a $7.25 cost per transcript, which includes an administrative fee charged by the Clearinghouse, for standard mail delivery. Express delivery options are also available for an additional fee.  Payment must be made by credit card.

Official Transcript Processing Time:

Transcript requests submitted by 4:00pm weekdays, will be available for mailing after 1:00pm on the next business day (please note all times are Washington, DC local times).

Unofficial Transcripts

The Office of the Registrar or CTLS do not provide electronic copies of transcripts.  Students may print unofficial transcripts via their MyAccess.