Contact the Registrar

Lyndsey Reed
Phone: 510/849-8285
Fax: 510/845-8948 (Please include “Attn: Registrar”)

To obtain an unofficial transcript of your grades, print one out from Sonis by logging in to your account and clicking on “Transcript.” If you do not have a Sonis account, you may not obtain an unofficial transcript and must request an official transcript instead.

To obtain an official transcript of your grades, print out a Transcript Request form. All requests must be in writing with your signature. Cost is published on the Tuition and Fees page (not including fees that may apply) and requests take up to 10 business days from the time of receipt to process. Incomplete requests will not be processed.


If you cannot pay by credit card or e-check and must pay by cash or hard copy check, please use this Transcript Request form (higher cost $15 per copy).

Official PSR transcripts list your coursework completed as a PSR student; your full legal name; your degree/certificate program, and if applicable, the date your degree was conferred; previous degrees from other universities (if you had reported them); your date of birth; and your state or country of birth. Official transcripts also include a brief explanation of grades and are signed, dated, and sealed by the Registrar.

PSR transcripts list only courses that have been graded, not courses that are still in progress. To obtain a listing of your current coursework, please print out a copy of your class schedule from Sonis.

Though official transcripts note how many transfer credits from another institution were accepted toward your degree/certificate, it does not list the actual courses and grades from the other institutions that were transferred. Your grade point average (GPA) from transferred courses is not counted in your PSR GPA. PSR does not assume authority to issue official transcripts from other institutions, even those from which transferred credits were accepted. To obtain official transcripts of coursework done at other institutions, please contact the registrar’s office at those institutions.