Academic Statement

An Academic Statement displays the years registered, the degree awarded, your overall grade and conferring date.

A statement does not give a breakdown of your modules and results, if you require full breakdown of results Academic Transcripts would be better suited to you.

Depending on when you attended/started in UCD, there are a number of different options when it comes to obtaining your academic statement.

Completed your degree in UCD prior to 2005

Your Academic Statement can be issued in hard copy format only and is not available electronically i.e. online or via email. There is a fee of €11 for two original hard copies which also includes the cost of postage to any address(es). If you attended or started your degree in UCD between 2000 and 2005, you can order your statement online via SIS Web or apply by filling out the application form.

Started your degree in UCD 2006 - present

If you have completed your degree, you can access your Academic Statement online via SISWeb immediately free of charge. See our Online Documents section for more information.

If you are current student or a former student and you need to order a hard copy version of your statement you can do so online via SIS Web or by application form. There is a charge of €11 for two copies of a hard copy statement (postage is included).

How to apply

To apply for your hard copy academic statement by application please download and complete the application form.

You can submit the form by one of the following methods

Documents cannot be processed unless a completed application form is received by the Student Desk. We can only accept applications from the student/graduate themselves, and not from a third party.

Academic Statements are printed on secure paper with a number of safety features. Please visit document security for more details on this feature.

See our FAQs section for further information on how long it takes, postage methods and other options.

UCD treats the fraudulent duplication or amendment of its official documents as a serious offence. Any such action will be considered a breach of UCD Regulations and will trigger disciplinary procedures. Such matters may also constitute a criminal offence and, as such, are liable to be reported to An Garda Síochána.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact us or to call in to see us in the Tierney Building. We will be happy to help.