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Request a transcript online:
- Current students and alumni with a Yale NetID order by signing in through the Student Information System (SIS), clicking on “Academic Information,” and selecting “Transcript Orders.”
- Alumni and former students unable to sign in to SIS will order directly through the Parchment website.
- See our transcript request FAQ for more information.
Online transcript orders require payment by credit or debit card. The charge is $8 per transcript. Mail and express delivery options are available for an additional fee (see our transcript request FAQ). Payment for the full amount of a transcript order must be received before the order can be processed.
A dossier service is available to all graduates of the School of Music through the Office of Student Services. A $50 set-up fee is required to initiate the file. Individual dossiers mailed from the Office of Student Services are $5 each.
Questions about the dossier service may be directed to 203 432-4155.
Students may defer their educational loans, provided they are registered full-time. Each lending institution initiates the deferment process by sending forms directly to the student. After filling out the necessary parts of the form and signing, the student may bring the form to the Registrar’s Office for processing. Please note that the form will not be processed until after the first day of classes of the fall semester.
Yale University uses the services of the National Student Clearinghouse, which means that information is sent electronically at least three times during the semester for currently enrolled students to lenders who participate in this service. Information on the Clearinghouse may be found here. You may check to see if your lender is a participant or track your deferment online. If your lender is not a participant, you will need to get the appropriate deferment form from your lender.
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Turn here for the academic calendar, faculty list, official details on programs of study, course descriptions, conditions of admission, degree and major requirements, costs and financial aid, and additional regulations for the academic year.