Official Academic Record

All accumulated credits and grades earned through the UHS Program will result in an official academic record at the University at Albany. This record, commonly referred to as a "Transcript", is a permanent, irrevocable record of all courses, credits, and final grades accumulated by the individual student.

There are no S/U (Pass/Fail) grading options through the UHS Program. All grades assigned become a permanent part of the academic record (transcript) at the University at Albany. If a UHS student subsequently enrolls at the University at Albany, all UHS grades received, including grades of “E”, will be used in the calculation of the student’s Grade Point Average at the University at Albany. The grade of “W” is non-punitive, but will appear on the student’s transcript.

Transcripts
Any student attending another college or university will need to have a copy of his/her official University at Albany transcript sent to the institution in question in order to have it considered for transfer credit. Complete details for ordering an official transcript can be obtained by contacting the Registrar’s Office. If a student plans on attending the University at Albany after high school, a transcript does not need to be requested as it is already a permanent record at the University. Transcripts will not be accessible or released if the student has an outstanding balance or hold on his/her account.

Transcripts should NOT be requested until one week AFTER the official grading deadline for the semester that you would like to be reflected. 

  • Summer
    For grades to be reflected, order transcript one week after September 22.
  • Fall
    For grades to be reflected, order transcript one week after February 2.
  • Full Year
    For grades to be reflected, order transcript one week after June 26.
  • Spring
    For grades to be reflected, order transcript one week after June 26.