Registrar Student Services
Order Official Transcripts:
Current and former SBUVA students have 3 options for ordering their official transcripts:
By mail: Office of the Registrar
In person: Visit Virginia or Anaheim or Los Angeles office .
Official transcripts are issued by Registrar in 5 business days of receiving the student's written request. Any records prior to 1990 may take longer.
Fee Schedule: Current Student $10.00 Withdrawn or Graduate $20.00
CALE (California Acupuncture License Exam)
Request official transcripts to apply CALE
NCCAOM (National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine)
Request official transcripts to apply NCCAOM
Certification of Enrollment and Degree Verifications:
Certificates of enrollment are available to current students enrolled.
Degree verifications are available for alumni who have received a degree. Degree verifications contain alumnus/alumna name, dates of enrollment and degree received. Degree verifications can be requested by the alumna/alumnus or outside organizations/individuals (HR offices, background check companies, etc.).
Graduation & Diplomas
Degrees for completed programs at SUB are conferred four times a year. Applicants for degree conferral must plan to complete their program requirements by the end of the quarter for which they applied.
Once your academic requirements are completed and your financial obligations to the University have been met, your diploma will be issued in four weeks. It is available for pick up by the student with a photo ID. If you wish to have the diploma mailed, please check for Diploma mailing fee on DOC form. Diplomas are sent by USPS; the fee is $20 for the United States, $30 for Canada and Mexico, and $50 for mailing abroad.
In the event that a diploma is lost, stolen or damaged, a request for a replacement, Document Request form, may be sent to the registrar’s office. The cost for a replacement diploma is $100.00, and the process may take from four to six weeks from the time it is ordered. The new diploma will bear a statement in the lower margin, certifying that the diploma is, in substance, reissued.
All students who receive degrees in September, December, March and June of the academic year may participate in the Commencement celebration in May. In April, the Student Service Office sends information about the Commencement Day to all recipients of September, December and March degrees and all applicants for June degrees.