When you start applying to college, you’ll likely be asked to send an official transcript . This is a document listing all of the classes you took as
When you start applying to college, you’ll likely be asked to send an official transcript . This is a document listing all of the classes you took as well the grades you got in those classes. Whether you’re still in high school or you’ve been out of school for a while, it’s easy to request your official transcript.
Requesting Your Transcript:
Visit your guidance counselor’s office. Your guidance counselor is a valuable resource when you’re applying to college. Your counselor can help make sure you understand application requirements, help you narrow down your preferred schools, and may even write letters of recommendation to colleges on your behalf. Even if you haven’t been to the guidance office for application help already, stop by and request your transcript.
Fill out an official transcript request form and pay any required fees. Some colleges will give you a form which you must take to your guidance counselor, but if you didn’t get one in your application packet, your high school counselor will likely have their own form for you to fill out. You may be expected to pay a small fee when you request your transcripts, so check with your counselor first
Ask your counselor to send your official transcript for you. Your guidance counselor is usually the one who is responsible for sending your transcript to the schools you’ve applied to. If you decide you want to deliver your transcripts yourself, request an official sealed copy. Make sure the envelope containing your transcripts stays sealed until you deliver it to the college registrar.
Itranscripts simplifies the process of obtaining the transcripts in three simple steps:
Setup your personal account, where your transcripts will be stored
Request transcripts from your institution online
Send your transcripts to desired universities