RMP Resources

Transcripts

RMP students and alumni can order official UCSB transcripts via GOLD.

  1. To access GOLD, go to the UCSB Registrar website.

  2. Click on the link to GOLD under the "Previous students and Alumni" category

  3. Enter your PERM and PIN numbers to log in

    • If you forgot your PERM number, please contact Sean Kerr

    • Your PIN number is the last 4 digits of your Social Security Number.  If that number does not work, try 0000

  4. Once in GOLD, select "Transcripts and Verification" which is located on the left-hand menu.

NOTE:
Be sure to read the instructions carefully because you will have several options for delivery and the process is very specific. UCSBNetIDs are deactivated after 13 months of separation from the University. If you have any questions regarding how to access grades or order a transcript, please email Sean Kerr.

Competitions and Publications (Including college applications)

All RMP students that wish to share the research they conducted under the guidance of their mentor at UCSB, must submit a consent form. Such activities include, but are not limited to: competitions, publication to journal or online platform (paper and video presentation), college applications, etc. Failure to receive proper permission is subject to legal action. The research consent form is only valid for the event and purpose listed on the request. For multiple events, please submit separate consent forms for each.
All consent requests must be submitted to RMP at least 2 weeks before the event or due date.

  1. Please download the Research Consent Form and fill out the required information. 

  2. Email your form to Sean Kerr

  3. RMP will collect consent signatures from the Director of RMP, mentor, and Principal Investigator of the project involved.

  4. RMP will contact you via email when the competition request has been approved.

Letters of Recommendation

RMP students seeking letters of recommendation from mentors, teaching assistants, or the director of the program should consider the following:

  1. Ask the recommender if he or she can write a supportive letter. In general, the best letters of recommendation are from people who have worked with you closely and have a positive opinion of you and your abilities.

  2. Give the recommender plenty of time to write a good letter. It is customary to give them at least 3-4 weeks to work on this letter.  Be sure to include the deadline when arranging this request. You may send them a gentle and friendly reminder closer to the deadline, but don't nag!

  3. Supplemental materials are important. You can help your recommender write a good letter for you by giving them a packet that includes items such as a resume, list of relevant accomplishments, etc.