How do I calculate semester hours on my transcript?
Look for you cumulative GPA on the last page of your transcript. At the very bottom of your transcript, you should see a section titled “Undergraduate Career Totals.” In this section you can see your overall GPA and how many credit hours you attempted and earned over your entire undergraduate career.
Can I open my transcript?
Can I open it to scan it? Yes. Because you are required to upload your transcript, it is acceptable for you to unseal the envelope of your official transcript. There are other aspects of your transcript which will note if it is official.
How do I seal an official transcript?
Certify each page to be a true copy of the original document with the official seal/stamp and the Registrar’s signature. Place the certified (attested) copy in an institution envelope addressed to our office. Seal and endorse it by signing (or stamping) on the flap of the envelope.
Can you send official transcripts to yourself?
You can’t personally provide the transcript because it must be an “official transcript” received directly from your high school. If a college does accept unofficial transcripts, you can request one from your guidance counselor and send it yourself.
What is the difference between official and unofficial transcripts?
What’s the difference between an OFFICIAL and an UNOFFICIAL transcript? An OFFICIAL [paper] transcript is printed on special, watermarked paper. Official paper transcripts are sent in a sealed, signature-stamped envelope. An electronic transcript which is printed then re-scanned in an email is considered UNOFFICIAL.
What qualifies as an unofficial transcript?
An “unofficial” transcript is generally considered anything that doesn’t bear the “sign and seal” (or equivalent) of the issuing institution, as well as any reproduction of the official transcript (scan, photo, copy, etc.). So your “copy” would be sufficient as an unofficial transcript.
How do electronic official transcripts work?
When you sign up for Electronic Transcript Exchange, you select the format(s) you want to use to send and/or receive electronic files. When someone sends a transcript to you, you will receive an email with a secure link where you can log on and retrieve the file. …
Why do official transcripts cost money?
A paid person has to assemble it and either electronically transmit it or copy and mail it to the recipient. The cost of copier, computers, and other equipment necessary to retrieve and transmit the transcript is a part of the cost. Postage costs money.
Can I go to a community college if I owe a university money?
If you are signing up to take just one class (or maybe even two) at the new college, then it’s very possible that you won’t be asked about your debt to the other. Colleges typically do not release transcripts if a student still owes money. So this will probably prohibit you from earning a degree elsewhere.