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An official transcript is a detailed record of your academic history at Centennial College that includes an authorized signature.

Centennial is using a new Canadian digital credential platform called MyCreds™ to issue academic documents electronically. MyCreds™ provides fast and easy access to request and send your transcripts and credentials to academic institutions, employers, government offices and more, anytime, anywhere.


For more information about MyCreds™, please visit the MyCreds™ FAQ website.

Processing Times

  • MyCreds™ requests from myCentennial: Same day service, within minutes of submitting request
  • Official Transcript Requests through myCentennial: processed next business day when on-campus service resumes
  • Transcript records before 1990: within seven to ten business days

During peak periods, requests may take longer due to high volumes.

Fees and Payment

One free digital official transcript will be made available through MyCreds™ upon your graduation.

There is a $12.00 charge for each additional official transcript requested or shared. The transcript fee can be paid by direct debit payment or credit card online via myCentennial and the fee to share is paid on MyCreds. Should you owe fees or fines, transcript service will not be provided.

Unofficial Transcripts

An unofficial transcript is a list of completed courses and grades from Centennial. Unofficial transcripts are available free of charge online on myCentennial.

About MyCreds™

MyCreds™ | MesCertif™ is owned by the Association of Registrars of the Universities and Colleges of Canada (ARUCC). It is a national credential wallet for post-secondary learners that has been created by Canadian higher education leadership. It represents an example of how ARUCC and Canadian colleges, institutes and universities are committed to ensuring official and secure document exchange and adhering to the Groningen Declaration Network (GDN) principles, which emphasize, “Citizens worldwide should be able to consult and share their authentic educational data with whomever they want, whenever they want, wherever.” ARUCC became a signatory to the GDN principles in 2015.