An academic record is a formal transcript of your academic history at the University. You'll get a free transcript when you graduate.
Your record includes all unit attempts and your grade for each unit. If you were enrolled in more than one course, it lists all courses and all units studied at Monash.
If you'd like, however, you can request a record for a specific course only. We'll include a statement that the document is not a complete record of all your studies at Monash.
There are two types of academic record - unofficial and official. To get copies, login to the Web Enrolment System (WES). If you're encumbered, you won't have access to your academic record.
You can access your past results and download an unofficial record anytime, in WES.
Use WES to order and pay for an official academic record to be sent by mail. For the current price, see miscellaneous fees.
You can buy an official record using WES (login) past students. If you attended or completed your course before 1997, allow 10-15 working days for delivery.
In person, same day
Current and past students can also buy an official record and collect it on the same day by visiting Monash Connect on campus.
Contents of an academic record
- student name and ID number
- date of issue
- course and unit titles of:
- units you have completed
- units in which you're currently enrolled
- units you discontinued outside the census periods
- units with a fail grade
- years of study and teaching periods
- credit points
- marks and grades
- qualification and graduation dates
- exemptions and credits
- areas of study (extended majors, majors, minors and specialisations for some courses)
- grade point averages (GPA)
- weighted average marks (WAM)
Your academic record confirms your progress or, when your'e complete, your final qualification. You can use it to:
- apply for jobs
- support applications for scholarships or further study
- register with government or private bodies.