Find out about your Higher Education Academic Record, transcripts and council tax exemption forms.
While you're at University there will be occasions when you need some official documentation. This section tells you more about each one and how to get hold of it.
Council tax exemption
Full-time students are eligible for Council Tax exemptions or discounts. The amount you pay will depend on your living arrangements.
HEAR, and the diploma supplement and transcript
The Leeds for Life Higher Education Achievement Record is a summary of your achievements provided by the University when you graduate.
A transcript is a breakdown of your official academic record. Any marks that are still provisional will not appear on your official transcript. Marks are not officially awarded until the end of the academic year.
Student ID card
Your student ID card opens the doors of the University for you. Find out what it can do for you and how to get a replacement should you need one.
Student registration status certificate
The student Registration Status Certificate is an official document confirming your registration status at the University for the current year, course details and your basic personal details.
Replacement certificates and certified copies
If you're a Leeds graduate and have lost your original degree certificate, you can request a replacement or get a copy officially certified.