Grades & Transcripts
Grades and transcripts are key elements of your academic record as a WSU student.
A transcript shows all the courses you’ve taken and the grades you’ve received at an institution.
A transcript is different from your diploma. Your transcript proves that you’ve completed all the requirements to earn the degree listed on your diploma.
Check Your Grades
Every semester, final grades are reported by the Wednesday after final exam week.
Students can check grades in Student eServices by choosing “Academic Records” from the left-hand column. Then choose the option to “Check Grades” and select the term you wish to view.
Some professors will post grades for coursework throughout the semester in D2L. If you are concerned about your grades in a class, talk to your professor.
You can access your unofficial transcript, official transcript and co-curricular transcript depending on the information you need.
You will need to have your StarID and password to log into eServices. If you don’t know your password or your StarID, you can reset your password.
If you have not activated your StarID yet, you can activate it on the StarID website. You will need to know your WSU Tech ID to activate your StarID.
- Log in to Student eServices. If you want your name to appear on the document, remember to check the “Display Name” box.
- Select “Academic Records” from the menu on the left and then “Unofficial Transcripts”
- Leave the “Sort By” selection as “Chronological” and then click the “Get Academic Record” button
- Your unofficial transcript will appear on the screen. You can download a copy to print by clicking the PDF icon.
A Co-Curricular Transcript (CCT) is a verified record of your involvement in activities or events at WSU that demonstrate learning experiences gained outside the classroom.
A CCT showcases your leadership experience to employers, graduate schools, scholarship committees, and it can give your application a competitive edge.
Starting October 2018, students can request a Co-Curricular Transcript be mailed, picked up or delivered electronically.
To order a co-curricular transcript, you can include a note in the special instructions field of your official transcript order.
Transcripts are issued in the order they are requested. If you are ordering transcripts near the end of term, please allow at least two weeks for delivery to due increased demand.
WSU does not fax transcripts.
Order Transcripts Online | $9.65 per Transcript
Current students, former students, and alumni can order their transcripts through the National Student Clearinghouse vendor in the following formats:
- eTranscripts with emailed PDF delivery
- Mailed paper transcripts
- International mailed transcripts
You can include a note in the special instructions field of your order if you’d like a co-curricular transcript as well.
If you encounter errors when attempting to order through the Clearinghouse, please direct questions to email@example.com.
WSU may withhold official records and documents such as transcripts, diplomas, and enrollment or degree certifications if you have outstanding financial obligations to the University.
Contact Student Accounts at 507.457.5076 if you have any concerns about an outstanding balance.
Order Duplicate Diploma
Original diplomas are mailed to the diploma address indicated on your graduation application 10 weeks after graduation.
If you have misplaced your diploma or just need another one, you can request a duplicate diploma. Diploma orders are placed weekly and generally take 4-6 weeks for delivery.
For a non-expedited duplicate diploma shipped within the contiguous US, a $10 fee is required.
We will process your international or expedited diploma order as well and will work with you to determine the increased fees based on your location and delivery time expectations.
The fee will be placed on your WSU student account regardless of enrollment status, so please review the payment options.
Degree & Enrollment Verification
To qualify for employment, insurance coverage, or scholarships, or to satisfy certain legal requirements, you may need to provide proof of enrollment or proof of graduation.
Human resource offices in some large companies routinely request such information on behalf of new applicants.
To assure compliance with state and federal laws that guarantee data privacy, Winona State University has partnered with the National Student Clearinghouse to fulfill degree and enrollment verification requests.
It’s often faster and more convenient to verify this information through the Clearinghouse than it is to make a request at the WSU Registrar’s office.
If you prefer, you can get enrollment verification documentation by stopping by the Warrior Hub in Maxwell Hall 209.
P.O. Box 5838
Winona, MN 55987-5838