Degree Scrolls and Transcripts


Official Name

The official name reflected on all official NUS documents such as the degree scroll and transcripts should be the same as your NRIC/Passport.

If you have officially (i.e., on NRIC/Passport) changed your name during your course of study, or the Official Name reflected in myEduRec is incorrect, please ensure that you have informed the University to update your official name before your degree conferment. No amendments can be done once you have officially been conferred the degree.

Please click here for more details on verification of official name change.

 

Electronic Degree Scrolls and Transcripts (e-Degree Scroll and e-Transcript)

Verifiable electronic (e-) degree scrolls, graduate diplomas and transcripts (also known as ‘OpenCerts’) are issued to students within two (2) weeks from the date of their official conferment.

Please click here for more details.

 

Hard copy Degree Scrolls and Transcripts

Class of 2022 graduates may:

  1. collect their hard-copy degree scrolls and complimentary copy at their Commencement ceremonies (after being presented on stage), OR
  2. self-collect, or appoint a proxy to collect their hard-copy degree scrolls and complimentary copy at Registrar’s Office, or request for their degree scrolls to be mailed, during the following periods:
    • prior to Commencement (for students whose degrees were conferred from 31 July 2021 to 30 April 2022), and
    • after conclusion of Commencement 2022 (for all students).

*Note: Graduates who are eligible for early collection before their Commencement ceremonies, and have collected their Degree Scrolls and Transcripts CAN still attend their Commencement ceremonies in July.

Please refer to the Degree Scrolls website for more details.

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