How do I get a formal statement of my results? (OUA students)

Published 25/01/2017 09:50 AM   |    Updated 02/04/2018 12:35 AM

*This question is specific to OUA students only*

If you need a copy of your academic results, the quickest way is to download a statement from My OUA.

Two types of academic statements are available:

  • A Statement of Academic Record lists results for all units taken through OUA, including failed and withdrawn units.
  • A Statement of Academic Achievement lists only the units in which you received a pass grade or higher.

There is no charge to download a Statement of Academic Record or a Statement of Academic Achievement. If required, OUA can email a copy of your preferred statement to a nominated third party at no charge. Go to the manage your study page of My Study Centre to download your statement or to submit your request for a copy to be sent to a third party.

If you would like OUA to post a hard copy of your statement, a $10 charge will apply. Contact a Student Advisor to order your statement and pay by credit card. Alternatively, post a cheque / money order payable to 'Open Universities Australia' and include a cover letter stating your full name, date of birth, OUA ID and the type and number of statements you require. Send your request to:

Open Universities Australia
GPO Box 5387
Melbourne Vic 3001

Graduating students are issued with two University of South Australia official academic transcripts free of charge. The first academic transcript is issued once completion status and parchment details have been confirmed. A second copy, together with an AHEGS (Australian Higher Education Graduation Statement), will be issued on conferral of their award. University of South Australia transcripts will include a program GPA (Grade Point Average) for units completed with UniSA under the conferral program.

All transcripts are issued online via My eQuals. An email will be sent to your UniSA student email account advising when your transcripts are available.

If results are missing, please contact the OUA Student Advisers.

Please note: if you are not an OUA student please see the UniSA Academic Transcripts page.

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