Transcripts of Records

The Office of the Registrar provides official transcripts for undergraduate and graduate students upon request. Students needing an official transcript should request the transcript at least one week before the official transcript is needed. Transcript requests are not processed for any student or alumnus with an obligation to the University such as unpaid fees, overdue loans, library books, audiovisual equipment, or who's admission records are not complete.

Options for obtaining an offical academic transcript are as follows:

Online Requests:

Order your transcript online via the National Student Clearinghouse. In additon to the cost of the transcript, you will be assessed a $2.25 Clearinghouse fee. You will be able to pay online using a credit card, track your order online, and receive email updates. Your card will not be charged until after your order has been completed. Request submitted online will be processed within 1-2 business days.

In-Person Requests:

You may fill out the transcript request form available in the Office of the Registrar, located in the Dowdy Administration Building Room 107, 1601 East Market Street, Greensboro, NC 27411. You must know your Banner ID in order to request a transcript. You can obtain your Student ID in the Office of the Registrar. A photo ID is required.

Mail-In Request:

You may print and fill out the Official Transcript Request form and mail it to the Office of the Registrar at the address listed above. Make sure to sign the form and include the payment. Requests received through the mail will be processed within 3-5 business days.

Please note: Transcripts are sent through regular USPS mail only. If you would like your transcript sent via overnight or through priority mail, please include with your transcript request a pre-paid US Postal Service overnight or priority mail envelope. We do not use any other carriers (such as FED-EX, UPS or DHL) to mail transcripts.

Unofficial transcripts may be obtained via Aggie Access On-Line (http://www.ncat.edu).

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