Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University


An academic transcript is a formal record of your studies at the University.

It includes all units of study (attempted and completed) and your grade for each unit. If you have been enrolled in more than one course, it lists all courses and all units studied at the University. It is not possible to separate degrees.

An Academic transcript is provided to you when you graduate in the form of an AHEGS (Australian Higher Education Graduation Statement) We will provide you with a digital version accessible through My eQuals.

If you'd like a transcript at another point during your studies you can purchase one showing your qualifications so far.

Read this before ordering a transcript

Financial Holds

Students with an outstanding debt owing to the University will not be provided with a transcript until that debt is paid.

You can check your outstanding debt in Financial Balances under the My Details tab.

Overdue amounts can be paid through the Online Shop.

If you have a financial hold when ordering a transcript, administration will contact you and advise that they cannot produce the transcript, so check and clear your debt before you order.

Grade/results release period

For approximately two weeks at the end of each session, while results are being finalised prior to grade release, all students will see a message indicating that results for the session are not yet available. If grade release is imminent students should wait until after grade release date before ordering a transcript as we are unable to provide results to you any earlier than the advertised dates. These dates can be found in the Academic Calendar - search 'results'.

You should be able to see any holds currently applied to your record in your online transcript.

Approval to graduate

If you have just completed your studies, are now eligible to graduate and want the ‘Graduated student’ status to be shown on your transcript, it is important you wait for the approval process to complete and your status to be updated in our student system BEFORE ordering your transcript.

Your status will show in your online transcript.

Transcripts are not assessed for the student status or special requirements – just provided on request – so it is important you wait for the approval process to complete if the status is the key for requesting an official transcript prior to your graduation ceremony.

We’ve gone digital!

Make sure your email address in Online Administration is current before ordering, as this is how you will receive notification when your transcript is ready.

From 1 June 2018, a certified digital copy of your transcript will be provided to you via My eQuals. Once the digital qualification has been produced and an account created for you, you will receive an email advising you to log in and see your document. The digital transcript is available to you for life and accessible from anywhere.

See Ask@CSU for other FAQs on digital documents.

For information on how to share your digital document see How do I provide organisations with a My eQuals document?

If you have ordered, but haven’t received the notification email within 5 days please email

Ordering a Transcript - Current Students

Current students can view an Online Transcript or click below to order an official transcript.

order an official transcript.

Note: If you are a UCWE student please visit AskCSU for instructions on how to order your transcript.

Ordering a Transcript - Past Students (Alumni)

Past students can click below to purchase a replacement transcript, AHEGS (if after 2011) and/or testamur.

order replacement academic records

Note: CSU alumni have access to the student portal and all current student functions up to 18 months post-graduation, so check if you have access to order an official transcript before going to the Alumni site.


The Australian Higher Education Graduation Statement is issued upon graduation for graduating students after 2011 (as a replacement for the academic transcript). The AHEGS provides descriptions of the nature, level, context and status of the studies that were pursued and completed by graduates, as well as information about the education system to which the qualification belongs.