A standard official transcript lists your course history, grades, and GPA information in chronological order. An official transcript with enrollment includes the same information, as well as all courses in which you’re currently enrolled. Your transcript may also include the following information.
What’s on your transcript?
- Information about core classes
Once you’ve completed the Indiana Statewide Transfer General Education Core (STGEC), you’ll see “Indiana STGEC—IU Bloomington; Milestone Status: Completed” on your transcript. This means you’ve met the general education requirements that apply to all universities in Indiana. If you transfer to another in-state university, you won’t be required to take more general education classes.Learn more about general education Learn more about Indiana STGEC
- Transfer credit
Courses you’ve transferred from other institutions are listed under “Transfer Credit.” Transfer hours with a grade of T aren’t included in your cumulative GPA; however, the hours are included in the “Hrs Earned” field.
Course numbers, titles, and assigned credit hours reflect IU equivalents of the courses you transferred. If a course suitable for credit doesn’t have an equivalent IU course, you’ll see “–UN” (undistributed credit) and the course subject and number of an equivalent course level. For example, “HIST–UN 200” would be a sophomore level history course.Learn more about transferring credits
- Test and special credit
If you receive credit for a placement test, examination, or successful completion of a higher level course, it may appear as “Special Credit.”