Degree Verification

Need to verify you earned a degree from IUPUI?

There are three ways you can verify you’ve graduated from IUPUI:  through an official transcript, a degree verification, or by requesting a copy of your diploma.


Official transcripts are available electronically (PDF) or via paper and can be requested at This official university document will show the degree you earned along with your major, minor, or concentration.  Degrees appear on the transcript about 2-4 weeks after the end of the semester in which you graduate. If you still have access to the Student Center, you can check your Unofficial Transcript first to see if the degree has been awarded.

Degree Verification

If you would like to prove that you graduated from IUPUI, but do not require grades or course information, a verification is an alternative to a transcript.  Also available 2-4 weeks after graduation, these can be requested by visiting the Office of the Registrar in person (Campus Center Suite 250) or online through one of the ways outlined here.   

Third parties requesting an education verification (usually employers or lenders) should use the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC), our trusted not-for-profit partner in verification.


New graduates automatically receive their printed diplomas through the mail 6-8 weeks after the end of the semester*.  If you need another copy of your diploma, you can request a duplicate here

Students also have the option of purchasing a certified electronic diploma (ceDiploma) which can be shared as often as you want with employers, family, friends, and social media.  Invitations are sent to your IU e-mail address following graduation with details.  Additional information about the ceDiplomas can be found here.

Special instructions for M.D. graduates

If you need documentation for a licensing board, contact Kim Sandrick with the IU School of Medicine at


*All schools except the IU School of Dentistry.

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