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Official Transcript Order Information


Due to Coronavirus Safety precautions, the Registrar Staff will be working remotely until  July 31, 2020 (This date is subject to change.) Electronic transcripts can still be requested. Our office recommends electronic delivery of transcript requests at this time. Thank you.

Office Hours

8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday

Official Transcripts

As of 1/31/2020 All Official Transcript Requests will be processed through National Student Clearinghouse. Please go to the link below.

   Order Transcripts  


1.       The transaction will take place through their site. The cost is approximately $15.50, and you will be able to receive the transcript in PDF format. You can also opt to have the transcript mailed or pick it up in person during regular business hours. 

2.       Graduating seniors are still able to receive two free official hard copy transcripts up to one year after their graduation date, and will need to contact the Registrar’s Office to complete a form. If you go through Clearinghouse, you will be charged. 

3.       If you graduated in the fall of 1987 through the spring of 2005, you would have been in the old database, AIMS; you still should be in the system and able to request your transcript online, as your records should have transferred from AIMS to the current database, Banner; however, some records did not convert all information correctly. You can log in to Banner to check this; if you remember your AIMS login information, your Banner ID number is the same as your 7-digit AIMS ID with a 90 added to the beginning. You can also call the Registrar’s Office at 972-721-5221 for assistance.

4.       If you graduated prior to December 1987, your transcript is in a hard copy format that will require additional processing time.  


Important Information for Graduating Students

·         For students requesting their first free transcript after graduation, please review your Banner account to make sure that the degree has been awarded. Please note that degrees posted to student records may take up to 30 days due to the volume of students graduating. 

·         The office hours peak season is from May 9th to the second week of June.



The registrar’s holidays and office closures are available under the Academic Calendar ( . Students can still request an electronic transcript during those hours. If a student requests a transcript for pick up or for it to be mailed out, the transcript will be sent out on the first day the Registrar’s Office reopens.

Unofficial Transcripts

Unofficial transcripts can be accessed in your Banner Web account. 

For instructions on how to log in to your Banner Web account and print your unofficial transcript, click here.


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