Transcripts are official academic records of students' work at Georgia College & State University. They are issued by the Registrar's Office with a student's written request.  

As a service to our students, former students, and alumni, there is no charge for printed transcripts.  Electronic transcripts cost $2.90 per transcript.  No transcripts will be issued if you have a financial obligation to the university.

Ordering Official Electronic Transcripts Online (Alumni and Former Students)

This option is only available to students who are currently enrolled or who attended Georgia College since Fall 1991.  You may attach separate documents to be sent along with the transcripts (ie. resumes, LCAS/AAMC forms) when completing your request.  Electronic transcripts are official transcripts and are usually delivered within a few minutes of ordering.

You will need your GCID to order your transcript. If you are not sure of your GCID you can look it up by following these steps:

  • Go to the Unify, page (, but do not attempt to log in on this page
  • Select the “Initial Student Access” button
  • Click “Look Up My GCID”
  • Enter the required personal identification to obtain your GCID.

Transcript Request Instructions

  • Visit Transcript Request.
  • Select "Ordering your own credentials or academic records"
  • Input your personal email
  • Click “Continue”
    •  If you have already made an account, then you can log in.
    •  If password is forgotten, then click “Forgot Your Password?”
    • Enter your email address and click “Submit”
    • Please check your personal email account for a link. (This might take a minute, and if it doesn’t show up, please check your spam folder.)
  • Enter your personal credentials and create a password (The system might suggest an address very similar to the one you entered).
  • Click “Create Account & Continue”
  • Please check your personal email account for a validation code. (This might take a minute, and if it doesn’t show up, please check your spam folder.)
  • It will ask if you are currently enrolled, the year you started, the year you left, and your Student ID number (GCID)
  • You’ll be taken to a page to order a transcript.
  • Click “Order”
  • You can look up the address you want it sent to or you can click “I’m sending to myself or another individual.”
  • Please input the recipient Name, and email address, and continue.
  • Sign the digital document, check the consent box, and continue.
  • Enter your payment information and click “Submit Payment”
Ordering Official Electronic Transcripts Online (Current Students Only)
  • Log in to My GCSU, then click PAWS
  • Select Student Services
  • Select Students Records
  • Select “Request Electronic Transcript ($2.90)” 
  • Follow the instructions for submitting your request
Ordering Official Printed Transcripts by Mail, Email, or Fax (Any Student)

Any current or former student may request a printed copy of their transcript by submitting a signed transcript request form (pdf). You may request no more than 10 printed transcripts per day.  You may provide separate documents to be sent along with the transcripts (ie. resumes, LCAS/AAMC forms).  Send your request to:

Georgia College & State University
Registrar's Office
Attention: Transcripts
231 W. Hancock Street
Campus Box 069
Milledgeville, GA 31061
Fax: 478-445-8535 (Please note that this is a new fax number; 478-445-1914 is no longer in service.)

If the transcript request form is not used, a letter with the following information may also be submitted:

  • Complete name (include any names you may have attended under)
  • Last four digits of the Social Security Number or GCID
  • Date of birth
  • Current address
  • Daytime phone number
  • Email address
  • Dates of your last enrollment
  • Any degrees you may have received from GC
  • Address to send transcript(s)
  • Number of copies being requested
  • Signature (required)
Unofficial Transcripts

Because Georgia College offers transcripts at no/minimal charge, we do not differentiate between unofficial or official transcripts.  All electronic transcripts are official.  All printed transcripts are official as long as the seal on the envelope has not been broken.