For review and decision purposes only, we will accept academic records unofficially from you. If you receive an admission and choose to attend CU Boulder, you will be expected to provide your final official transcripts. If you are admitted while still attending classes, your final academic records will be required upon completion of the course work or program. Academic records written in languages other than English must be accompanied by a literal certified English translation. If school policy provides that all transcripts are issued in English, a native language transcript is not required. Academic records can be mailed or sent to email@example.com.
For your secondary school attendance (grade 9 through grades 11, 12 or 13): submit all official academic records, transcripts, marksheets, or grade reports, and any certificates (including I/GCSE, AS, A level, Indian exam certificates), degrees, diplomas, or statements of graduation or completion. If you are currently attending secondary school, send all available records at this time, including a list of your courses in progress.
For your college/university attendance (tertiary level): submit all official transcripts, marksheets, or grade reports, and any certificates, degrees, diplomas, or statements of graduation or completion from each college or university attended (except any campus of the University of Colorado). Documentation is required regardless of the length of attendance, whether or not courses were completed, and whether or not you believe the record will affect your admission or transfer credit. Failure to list and submit transcripts from all institutions previously attended before enrolling at CU Boulder is considered to be a violation of academic ethics and may result in the cancellation of your admission or dismissal from the university.