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Academic Summary Requests for Current Students

Requests for academic summaries (unofficial transcripts) must by received online through the myKU portal, which can be accessed from any KU Web page.

Once in the myKU portal, click on the "Advising" tab (as shown below). Then select the "Print Law-Only Report." Your academic summary will appear in a new window, where it can then can be saved or printed. You may have to grant permission for saving or printing, depending on the Internet browser.

Academic Summary request tutorial


Unofficial Law School Transcript/Academic Record Requests for Alumni

Requests for unofficial transcripts/academic records must be received by email or in writing and include the following: current address, date of birth, dates of attendance, KU ID number (if known), and the address to which you wish the transcript to be mailed. Transcript requests will be fulfilled within 24 hours. For further information, contact the law school registrar at vpalmer@ku.edu or 785-864-9211.

Academic records maintained by the School of Law are not official University of Kansas transcripts. If applying for a job with the federal or state government, or another university, an official transcript may be required.

Mail or bring requests to:

University of Kansas School of Law
Law School Registrar
1535 W. 15th Street
Lawrence, KS 66045-7608

Official Academic Transcript Requests

Requests for official academic transcripts must be directed to the University Registrar. Please see the University Registrar's website for more information. Questions? Call 785-864-4422.

If you are taking the Kansas or Missouri bar exam, you need to request an official transcript from the University Registrar. If you have not graduated, you must wait until one month before graduation to request the transcript be held for degree posting.

Certifications of Enrollment/Graduation Requests

Requests for certifications of enrollment or certifications of graduation must be received by email or in writing. Please include the following: any applicable forms, the address to which the form is to be sent, your current address, and your signature authorizing us to release the information. Email the requests to vpalmer@ku.edu.

Or mail or bring requests in person to:

University of Kansas School of Law
Law School Registrar
1535 W. 15th Street
Lawrence, KS 66045-7608

Official Certification of Enrollment Requests

Requests for an official certification of enrollment must be directed to the University Registrar. Please see the University Registrar's website. Questions? Call 785-864-4422.

The University Registrar can provide enrollment certifications as well.

Diplomas

Diplomas that are not picked up at the law school on the day of commencement may be picked up or mailed, upon request, from the University Registrar's Office. Please see the University Registrar's website for more information on diploma distribution. Questions? Call 785-864-4422.

Questions?

Melanie Wilson
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Professor of Law
785-864-0359
mdwilson@ku.edu

Vicki Palmer
Registrar
785-864-9211
vpalmer@ku.edu

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