Students may have official transcripts mailed to other institutions, prospective employers, or other agencies by completing a transcript request form available in the office of the registrar or by notifying the office by mail. All requests for transcripts must be made in writing and bear:
Current DREW students may request their transcript through their Treehouse portal. For students not currently enrolled, we have recently partnered with the National Student Clearinghouse to provide you the opportunity to request your transcript through their secure portal. This service costs a $2.25 processing fee per order, charged by the Clearinghouse. The transcript provided by Drew is at no charge. A rush request made by a student who is not currently enrolled must be through the Clearinghouse, unless present at Drew University. To order your transcript through the Clearinghouse, follow this link below:
All transcript requests require 5-7 working days for processing before they are sent in the mail or picked up. Transcripts requested for RUSH ( issued within 24hrs) processing carry a charge of $10 per copy regardless of start term. (Only through the Clearinghouse)
Issuance of a transcript must be cleared by the University Business Office. The University withholds transcripts if a student has an outstanding balance on a student account or if repayment of a loan granted by or through the University is in arrears. In addition, any necessary transcript fees must be paid before release of the record.
Please mail completed requests with appropriate fees (please do not send cash through the mail) to:
Registrar’s Office (Transcript Processing)
36 Madison Avenue
Madison, New Jersey 07940
Please fax signed requests to 973-408-3044.
Current students may view a copy of their unofficial transcripts through TreeHouse. Students that are not currently enrolled may request an unofficial in the same manner stated in the Official Transcripts Requests tab. Please specify “unofficial transcript” on the request.
Students may view their up to date transcript online via TreeHouse.