1. What is an official transcript?
A transcript is a comprehensive record of an individual’s academic progress, including transferred undergraduate courses, credit earned by examination and degrees awarded. Your name will appear on your transcript as it appears on your college record. Official transcripts include the Corban seal and the signature of the registrar. Corban transcripts are printed on security paper. When mailed, transcripts arrive in sealed envelopes with a security stamp across the back flap of the envelope.
2. What will prevent the issuing of transcripts?
- Financial holds
- No signature on request
- Insufficient, inaccurate, or illegible identification information.
- Insufficient payment, an expired or declined credit card account, improperly completed check, payment using non-U.S. currency.
- No recipient e-mail provided for an electronic delivery request or invalid e-mail