Transcripts and Degree Verification

Ordering transcripts

Current HDS students, as well as alumni, may order official transcripts online. Harvard Divinity School has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide online transcript ordering. You can order transcripts using any major credit card, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Transcript orders ordinarily take five to seven business days to process, although rush processing is available. 

To order a transcript, or for additional information, please log in to the National Student Clearinghouse secure site. The site provides detailed information regarding placing an order, including delivery options, fees, and signing the Consent to Release form. In addition to the convenience of a credit card payment, the online service provides email notifications once orders are received and processed by the Registrar's Office. Your credit card will only be charged after your order has been completed.

If you need help or have questions about the National Student Clearinghouse's transcript ordering service, please contact them via email at transcripts@studentclearinghouse.org or by phone at 703.742.7791.

Current HDS students may also access unofficial transcripts online through my.harvard (login required).

Non-HDS students, including cross-registrants from other schools, should request transcripts from their home school and not from HDS.

Enrollment and degree verification

Harvard Divinity School has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide enrollment and degree verifications to employers and background screening firms. Contact the National Student Clearinghouse at www.degreeverify.org or by mail at

National Student Clearinghouse
2300 Dulles Station Boulevard, Suite 300
Herndon, VA 20171

HDS Voices

William A. Graham
William Graham

I envision a place where interfaith and cross-cultural understanding is always on a personal level and comes naturally rather than being an objective. By working on shared problems in the history and practice of religions, shoulder to shoulder with persons of different faiths, cultures, races, ethnicities, and viewpoints, one discovers most tangibly the common humanity shared with others very different from oneself.
—William A. Graham, Harvard University Distinguished Service Professor and Member of the Faculty of Divinity

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