The Office of Records and Registration provides professional and courteous service to students, alumni, faculty and staff. It also adheres to academic policies and the highest processing standards relating to registration, grades, degree conferral, and provides appropriate data to further the educational process of the school. Our office verifies enrollment status for loan deferments, jury duty, insurance discounts, in addition to official transcripts and other documents required for medical licensure. The School of Medicine is dedicated to preserving the integrity, accuracy, and privacy of student records and other data collected throughout medical school, while in compliance with FERPA regulations and following the guidelines set by the AAMC and the school of medicine.
The School of Medicine offers unofficial and official transcripts. We do not provide copies of transcripts for work completed at other institutions.
Official Transcript Request
Students who are currently enrolled can access their unofficial transcript via the myTCU portal, under their Academic Profile tile.
Verification of Enrollment/Degree and Loan Deferment
The school of medicine and TCU has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide enrollment and degree verifications for current students and alumni. The National Student Clearinghouse can be contacted at:
Mail: National Student Clearinghouse
2300 Dulles Station Boulevard, Suite 300
Herndon, VA 20171
Current students may also request certifications, enrollment or degree verifications and loan deferments directly to the Office of Records and Registration by completing this form.
Verification of Enrollment
Change of Personal Information
Students requesting to update their name must submit the following form with a copy of their updated Social Security Card.
Change of Information
Students may submit a change of phone number, address, preferred name, and emergency contact via their myTCU portal, under the Profile tile.
Disclosure for Educational Requirements for Licensure
The TCU School of Medicine M.D. program is one which prepares one to practice a field or trade that may be considered professional practice in certain states, and therefore, may require licensure or certification to practice in that field or trade. However, educational requirements for licensure or certification vary by state. The following chart identifies the U.S. states and territories in which the medical education program meets the requirements, does not meet the requirements or we have not made a determination if the curriculum meets the requirements. View .pdf.
Meets the requirements in these states and US Territories
Does NOT meet the requirement in these states and US Territories
We have not made a determination if the program curriculum meets the requirements in these states and US Territories
District of Columbia
Northern Mariana Islands
U.S. Virgin Islands
Although TCU works to determine and disclose whether the program satisfies the educational requirements for licensure in each state, licensure or certification often requires more than finishing the program. Students should inquire with the state licensing authority in the state in which the student wishes to practice to learn about all licensure requirements in their field. Additional licensure requirements for individuals may include professional examinations, background checks, years of work experience, fingerprinting requirements, etc. Students who plan to pursue licensure or certification should also be aware that state requirements are subject to change.
Prospective and current students should keep in mind that licensing requirements vary by state. If you are considering relocation, please contact your program to check whether the program meets your new state’s educational requirements for licensure.
If you need further assistance, please contact the TCU School of Medicine Office of Records and Registration at MDRecords@tcu.edu or 817-257-8494.
Additional resources and information can be found in the Academic Handbook.