Can an electronic transcript be uploaded
Yes, electronic transcripts can be uploaded.
Below is a list of our frequently asked question concerning transcripts:
Yes, electronic transcripts can be uploaded.
Requests for transcripts of student academic records cannot be processed by telephone or email. Your request may be made online HERE or it may be in the form of a letter, with signature, or a signed transcript release form [PDF]. Requests with release authorization may be sent to: Office of the University Registrar, Chubb Hall - Ohio University, Athens, OH 45701-2979, or faxed to 740.593.4184. The written request must include the information below, or it will be returned for corrections.
Yes. You may order an electronic transcript and upload or scan the document.
Yes, if you attended the university after 1985. However, you must use the online ordering process to choose this option. If you are ordering a transcript for yourself or a third party, an electronic option may be available for you to select. Note: We cannot provide PDF transcripts using mailed, faxed, or in-person requests.
Yes, the electronic transcript can be printed.
Yes. The fee for paper transcripts mailed within three (3) business days is $10.00 per transcript (plus applicable fees for online requests). The fee for a secure electronic or XML (XML is available to undergraduate admissions office of Ohio public institutions only) transcripts are $8.00 per transcript (plus applicable fees for online requests). Faster service (Transcripts-now) is available for an additional fee of $10.00 per transcript. Transcripts-Now service requests are processed within one (1) business day after the request and fee payment are received. Requests may be made at Registrar Services by credit card only. Ohio University accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover credit cards. Requests/payments may also be mailed to Office of the University Registrar, Ohio University, Athens, OH 45701-2979. Ohio University accepts check, money order or credit cards for all mailed requests. Credit card information must include the type of card, account number, date of expiration, and name as it appears on the card, and must be used for payment with faxed requests.
Contact Transcripts in the Registrar's Office at 740.593.4200, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. EDT, or email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Secure electronic transcripts are available to be delivered and accessed online. To use this feature, you must order your transcripts online, and an email will be delivered to the recipient with instructions on how to access and download the electronic transcript.
Unless ordered as a electronic transcript, transcripts are sent by first class mail. Certain users of transcripts, such as college admissions offices, require that transcripts be mailed directly to them, refusing hand-delivered transcripts. Some users require validated envelopes, which we provide if requested initially. Any additions/changes after delivery will require a new request and fee payment. We do not fax transcripts. However, if you place an order for your transcript to be sent to another college or university within the United States, we will fax an unofficial copy of your transcript to the college or university to facilitate the admissions process, along with the paper copy of your transcript. Electronic transcripts ordered cannot be faxed to the college or university.
We offer FedEx Priority Overnight Delivery for $30.00. This rate is for weekday delivery only. Deliveries to international addresses is $33.00. FedEx requires a street address and will not deliver to a PO Box.
Yes. The electronic transcript is an official transcript for the recipient to whom you request it be sent. If the electronic transcript is shared beyond the original recipient, it is no longer official.
Degrees will be posted to student records four weeks after the official term end date. It is the student's responsibility to verify the degree has been awarded before ordering a transcript. You may verify by refreshing your DARS. If the degree has been awarded your DARS will indicate the degree initials and the award date. For example, the DARS will state "MS DEGREE AWARDED DECEMBER 15, 2018."
Yes. However, if you choose to share the electronic transcript with someone, it is no longer an official transcript. If someone requires an official transcript, you will need to choose them as the recipient of the electronic transcript.
Yes, if the college or university has elected to receive Electronic transcripts from the university’s transcript provider, Parchment. Please verify with your institutions if they will accept an electronic transcript from Parchment. If they will not accept (rarely the case), sending a paper transcript is the only option. If the college or university is a public Ohio institution. If the institution is an Ohio public institution and you are sending your transcript to Undergraduate Admissions, then the option to send it electronically through the Ohio Department of Higher Education’s Articulation and Transfer Clearinghouse will be available. Note: Only paper transcripts will be sent to Graduate Admissions for Ohio public institutions if the electronic option is not available.
Yes. As long as the recipient has a valid email address, you may request an electronic version of your transcript. Note: If you choose to share the electronic transcript with someone, it is no longer considered an official transcript.
No. The recipient of the electronic transcript will be notified via email how to retrieve it through a secure website, but the actual transcript is not sent via email.
Yes. The recipient will receive two emails. The first email will advise them the transcript is available and the second email will contain the pass code they will need to download and validate the transcript.
The electronic transcript will be available to the recipient within 2-3 business days after completion of your order, provided no additional authorization is required and you have no outstanding financial obligations. If additional authorization is required, the transcripts will not be available until after the authorization is processed and completed. Faster service (Transcripts-Now) is available for a fee of $10.00 per transcript. Transcripts-Now service means that transcripts are processed and available within one (1) business day after the request and fee payment are received.
The recipient may download the electronic transcript multiple times within the first 30 days after the order is completed and it becomes available. If the recipient has never downloaded the transcript, they will have 30 days to do so. If the transcript is not downloaded within 30 days, it will no longer be available. You will need to place a new order.
When placing an order there is an option to hold your transcript for final grades or degree for a specific term. Transcripts held for grades are available after the deadline has passed for grade submission, which is approximately 10 days after the term end date. Transcripts held for degree are available approximately four weeks after the term end date.
For students enrolled from Fall 1985 to present, paper transcripts are usually processed and mailed within three (3) business days. Older transcripts may take longer. There is a charge of $8.00 per electronic transcript or $10.00 per paper transcript, plus applicable fees for online processing. However, faster service (Transcripts-Now) is available for an additional fee of $10.00 per transcript; the request is processed within one (1) business day after the request and fee payment are received.
Yes. You can send an attachment to another school or third party, but not to yourself. The maximum pages you are allowed to attach is four. You are responsible for the attachment to be completed prior to attaching to your order.
Because all academic transcripts are official, an "unofficial transcript" may not be ordered. We will fax an unofficial copy of a transcript to US colleges and universities, after an order has been placed for a paper transcript to be mailed, when a student needs this to facilitate the admission process. In addition, we will mail the official transcript to the same institution as a follow-up for verification purposes.
If a PDF/electronic transcript is ordered, an "unofficial transcript" cannot be faxed to the admissions office to facilitate the admission process.
A Third Party is defined as a recipient not chosen from the recipient table (i.e., entering address manually), this includes sending the transcript to yourself.
No, we cannot accept emailed transcript request forms due to the credit card information needed on the form. All transcript request forms need to be faxed or mailed to the Registrar's Office.
The signed request may be mailed to this address:
Office of the University Registrar
1 Ohio University
Chubb Hall, First Floor
Athens, OH 45701-2979
The request may also be faxed to 740.593.4184.
Ohio University no longer withholds transcripts for Account balances. However, if you do have an account balance, please contact the Office of the Bursar by mail or email:
Office of the Bursar
PO Box 960
Athens OH 45701
Please note: Obligation holds from campus care, library, etc. may prevent a transcript from release. Please contact the office issuing the hold for details.