Transcript Requirement

Final, official transcripts are required from all post-secondary schools attended (e.g., colleges, universities, professional schools, etc.) and must document completion of a bachelor’s degree and all required coursework, from regionally accredited institutions (or their equivalent).

If you applied through an application service (e.g., AACOMAS, PharmCAS, CASPA, or SOPHAS) and you submitted final, official transcripts through those services, you will not need to resend them provided we are able to download your transcripts from the service.  You will, however, be required to submit final, official transcripts for any and all coursework completed after you submitted your application.  

Transcripts must be received prior to the first day of mandatory orientation.  Please also remember that all pre-requisite requirements, including completion of the Bachelor's degree (if required), must be satisfied prior to the first day of mandatory orientation, otherwise, you will not be eligible to begin classes.

When at all possible, transcripts should be submitted electronically from your school or transcript service to

If electronic delivery is not possible, transcripts may be mailed from your school or transcript service to the following address:

Touro University California
Office of Admissions – (insert college/program name here)
1310 Club Drive
Vallejo, CA 94592
Transcripts must include:
  • Your full name (as it appears on your application for admission)
  • Either your primary application ID (AACOMAS, PharmCAS, CASPA ID) or the last four digits of your social security number
The most common reason transcripts are not recorded is because the name on the transcript does not match the name in the application.  If you attended schools under a maiden or other name, you must alert the Office of Admissions that your transcripts may arrive under a different name.  Transcripts received without proper identification may not be recorded, which may delay and/or interfere with your ability to register for classes.