The University will not issue a transcript that reflects only a part of the student record, nor will it make copies of transcripts on file from other high schools, colleges and universities. It is the student's responsibility to keep all syllabuses from their courses.
We are not able to scan transcripts, diplomas, or any other student records. Students must make arrangements to have the copies sent through postal mail or authorize someone to receive their record. Only AUAF academic records are kept by the university. Other records must be obtained from the originating institution. A notation will be made on all AUAF transcripts confirming that English is the official medium of communication and instruction for all undergraduate and MBA courses taught at AUAF.
There are two ways to obtain a transcript at the American University of Afghanistan.
Option 1: Unofficial Transcript:
Current students with no STOPs on their account can print their unofficial transcript online through PowerCAMPUS Self-Service. Once you login choose GRADES from the top menu and then Unofficial Transcript. A button on the left will allow you to print your unofficial transcripts of all your completed classes at AUAF. The unofficial transcript will not print courses that are in progress.
Unofficial transcripts can be used to check your academic progress, unofficial evaluation for graduate schools, record keeping, etc.
This process allows you to:
Option 2: Official Transcript (or unofficial from our office):
Transcripts can be ordered in person or through email - email is the better option. If you submit the form in person the office is located in the Women's Center in the Annex (near BICT) from 8:30am to 4:00pm. Instructions for wire transfer is listed below. Please fill out the request form in advance and email it to Student Finance at firstname.lastname@example.org before submitting the final request through email to the Office of the Registrar (email@example.com). Official and unofficial transcripts, when ordered through our office, cost 500 AFS each and is payable to the Student Finance office.
Remember that the student must be the one emailing or dropping off the request or have a letter authorizing a person to drop off the request for the student. Official transcripts can be used for graduate schools, employment reviews, scholarships, visa applications, etc. (Transcript request form can be found at: https://www.auaf.edu.af/media/1193/transcript-request-form.pdf)
If you are applying to graduate school or transferring to another university please make sure to ask the admission's office if there is any language requirement. The American University of Afghanistan teaches all academic undergraduate and MBA courses in English since the school opened in 2006. All instruction and student group activities are in English (except for the foreign language courses).
Bank/Wire Transfers through AIB Afghanistan International Bank
Payment instructions for inward remittances (how to pay AUAF). Make sure to scan or take a photo of your bank transfer and email the receipt to firstname.lastname@example.org along with your ID number and what the payment is for.
For receiving inward remittances (payments) into your account with Afghanistan International Bank please use the following information:
For AFN payments (Commerz Bank):
|Beneficiary:||American University of Afghanistan|
|Account with:||Afghanistan International Bank (AIB)|
|Intermediate Bank:||Commerz Bank|
Contact Information for AIB:
Address: Shahr-e- Naw, Haji Yaqoob Square, Shahabudin Watt,
P.O.Box No: 2074 Kabul – Afghanistan
Tel: +93 (0) 20 255 0 255
Fax: +93 (0) 20 225 0
IBAN numbers are not used for any inward transfer of funds to Afghanistan. IBAN numbers are not used for correspondent relationship accounts, the above mentioned instructions should suffice for fluent international payment flows.
AUAF GRADING SYSTEM
The university uses a letter grading scale that includes, as of Fall 2015 semester, plus and minus letter grades (see charts below). Plus and minus grade are not available for classes taken before Fall 2015. Letter grades are assigned specific numerical quality points (noted below). Grade point averages (GPAs) are calculated on the basis of a 4.0 grading scale. GPAs are calculated on a semester and a cumulative basis. The semester GPA indicates a performance in a particular semester while the cumulative GPA indicates the overall academic performance since enrollment. Students must maintain a minimum of a 2.0 cumulative GPA to remain in good standing. Grades are assigned and counted only for courses taken for credit. Courses taken with an S/U (Satisfactory or Unsatisfactory) or P/F (Pass/Fail) option are not calculated into the GPA. No grade changes are allowed after the first week of the following semester that the original grade was assigned. Once a student graduates their GPA becomes static. No additional courses after graduating will count toward the GPA calculation.
|B+ (87-89%)||3.3||Very Good|
|B+ (87-89%)||3.3||Very Good|
|B- (80-83%)||2.7||Conditional Pass|
|C+ (77-79%)||2.3||No longer used (spring 2018)|
C+, C- , D+, and D grades are not assigned for graduate students
Grades not included in the Grade Point Average
|WP||Withdrew-Pass (Prior Fall 2011)|
|WF||Withdrew-Fail (Prior Fall 2011)|
* Indicates a performance at the minimum grade of “C” for Undergraduates and “B” for Graduates
[ ] Course grades in brackets indicated that it has been retaken and the first attempt is not counted in the GPA calculations.
If a student has been approved for graduation and a degree has been posted to their record (approximately twelve-fifteen weeks after the end of the semester in which the student graduates), the student can order a degree verification. Degree verifications display the degree completed without GPA, course titles or grades and can only be issued once all grades have been posted.
Many offices are involved in facilitating the degree awarding process, taking several weeks after the last day of the semester/session to process in full, and therefore the Office of the Registrar is unable to expedite or rush degree verification letters before all students graduating that semester/session are officially awarded. The Office of the Registrar promptly processes degree verification letters after all campus offices have worked together to degree awarded students.