If you ever accessed your transcript in Digitary Classic (verify.lse.ac.uk) you can no longer access it here but can now access it through Digitary CORE. The following groups would have accessed their transcripts on Digitary Classic:
- Degree students who graduated between 2010/11 and 2019/20
- Degree students who graduated in or after 1993/94 and before 2010/11 who received a digital copy of their transcript after 2010.
- Summer School students who completed their programmes between 2012 and 2021.
Using Digitary CORE for the First Time
On your first visit to Digitary CORE, you will need to register an account to access your document.
To access Digitary CORE for the first time you will need to know the latest personal email address you supplied to LSE and use this to go through the password reset process.
Then enter the personal email address you most recently supplied to LSE on the next page. Please note that this is very unlikely to be an email address ending in lse.ac.uk, and instead is likely to be a personal account such as Gmail or Hotmail, or whichever non-LSE email address you told us about most recently.
If you are unsure of what email address this might be or no longer have access to this email address, please contact LSE Student Services if you need access to your degree transcript or contact LSE Summer School for Summer School transcripts.
Please note that if you register an account with an email address not previously known to LSE, your documents won't be visible and you will need to contact LSE Student Services or LSE Summer School to gain access.
Students who have used Digitary Core previously
If you already have a Digitary CORE account, either because you have already registered one to access your LSE documents or because you have registered an account to access documents from another Higher Education Institution, use the link below to sign in.
If you can't remember your Digitary CORE password, use the 'Can't sign in' option on the login page and follow the instructions to reset your password.