A Beginner’s Guide To Sending College Transcripts

A Beginner’s Guide To Sending College Transcripts

Your transcripts from any other institutions you have attended are critical to your application. They can boost your candidacy for a competitive progr

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Itranscripts for St. Joseph’s College Of Commerce – Details,Process and Guidelines

Your transcripts from any other institutions you have attended are critical to your application. They can boost your candidacy for a competitive program, and allow you to transfer college credit that you have already earned and apply it to a new degree program.

The process of sending transcripts may seem confusing, and it may appear as if there’s a lot of effort involved to submit just one. Add the fact that there are many sources from which you can send a variety of transcripts. Whatever the reasons, many students forget, or just don’t bother to properly send one or more of their transcripts.

However, that’s a mistake any student can’t afford to make. So if you are just getting started on the transcript process, here’s how to send and submit every kind of transcript you may have from a host of potential sources.

From a Regionally Accredited College or University

Whether you attended college 5, 10 or 20 years ago, it’s beneficial for you to send transcripts from all previous institutions you attended. Your official transcripts will be used to evaluate your previously earned credit (thereby helping you graduate faster!), or to determine if you will be successful in a specific program.

From Foreign Credit Agencies

In place of transcripts, international students must submit a course-by-course foreign credential review provided by one of several agencies . The University reserves the right to determine the amount and type of credit to be awarded based on the evaluations provided by the agencies.

From Credit-by-Exam Programs

If you have taken any exams for credit in the past, such as a CLEP®, official transcripts (score reports) must be sent by The College Board or other official reporting agency (for exams other than CLEP®) directly to the Office of the Registrar to receive the appropriate transfer credit.

From Itrasncripts:

Itranscripts simplifies the process of obtaining the transcripts in three simple steps:

Sign Up:

Setup your personal account, where your transcripts will be stored

Request:

Request transcripts from your institution online

Share:

Send your transcripts to desired universities

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