You are required to submit transcripts from all undergraduate institutions, even if those credits were transferred to Haverford College.
AMCAS accepts both paper and electronic transcripts through approved vendors, and we recommended that you send it electronically. When filling out the transcript information in the AMCAS application, complete the Identifying Information and the Schools Attended sections first. This will populate the transcript request form with Haverford College information, and provide you with a Transcript ID#.
Please follow the directions on the Haverford College Registrar’s website for instructions on how to order your Haverford transcript, and electronically send them through the National Clearinghouse. You will need both your AAMC ID number (8 digits) and AAMC Transcript ID number (7 digits).
- If you are an alum, you can request a transcript as soon as applications open and you have a Transcript ID.
- If you are a graduating senior, wait about a week after graduation (when your transcript shows BA received) to request your Haverford transcripts.
- If you are a rising senior, please make sure all your grades are posted.
Once transcripts are received by AMCAS, it can take up to 15 business days to process electronically submitted transcripts. Mailed transcripts can take up to 25 business days to process from the date sent.
Tri-Co and Penn Consortium Schools
If you took courses at Bryn Mawr or Swarthmore during the academic year, you should list them as a school attended on your AMCAS application, but request a transcript exception for "consortium/cross-registration program with no separate transcript available."
For classes at Penn, you should request a transcript for any course, even if that course is on the Haverford transcript.
AACOMAS and TMDSAS
AACOMAS follows a similar procedure as AMCAS.
TMDSAS does not ask for transcripts upfront, and will prompt you with a request.