Official Documents

The Student Desk is responsible for the production of official documents relating to your registration and academic history. There are two types of official documents; electronic document and hard copy documents.  Electronic documents are available for most students who began their programme from 2000 onward.  A description of what each document includes, and what each document looks like, is available in the table below. 

Official Documents Information Online Version Available (for programmes from  2000 onward) Hard Copy Available
Academic Statement Yes (view sample) Yes (view sample)
Certificate of Attendance Yes (view sample) Yes (view sample)
Statement of Results Yes (view sample) Yes (view sample)
Transcript Yes (view sample) Yes (view sample)
Diploma Supplement Yes (view sample) No

Please note:

  • UCD does not produce your diploma/degree parchment.  If you require a copy of your diploma/degree parchment, contact the NUI.
  • If you need module or course information, go to our Syllabus Information page.
  • For more information on UCD's Official Documents, check out our Official Document FAQs.
  • For information on the security features of our official documents, check out our Document Security page

How to access your electronic documents

Students who began their programme from 2000 onward can access electronic official documents instantly, free of charge via SISWeb. Click the button below to find out how

How to access your electronic documents

How to order hard copies of your official documents

Students who studied prior to 2000 will not have electronic documents available, but they can order hard copies of their documents through SISWeb. Click the button below to find out how to order hard copies of official documents

How to order hard copies of your official documents
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.