How to Order a Transcript
Stetson University has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide transcript ordering via the web. Effective May 2, 2023 a fee of $8.50 is assessed by Stetson per transcript. The National Student Clearinghouse provides more information. Please see the note below.
- For students who attended before 1980 and for scholarship purposes only. The link provides you with a paper request form that can be emailed normally, transcripts will be provided 48 hours after a request is received. Please be aware that extreme busy times of year and holidays can interrupt that timeline. Transcripts for scholarship purposes are at no charge; however, scholarship information must be provided. Please note: transcripts for scholarship purposes ordered through the Clearinghouse cannot be refunded.
Note: Any transcript(s) requested as "pick-ups" that are submitted prior to 10:00 a.m. on any given day will not be available for pick-up until after 2:30 p.m. on that day. Transcripts are to be picked up in the OneStop in the Welcome Center. Please make note that the OneStop Office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. There are certain times of the year where we cannot guarantee this timeline. Those days will be posted on this website. It is always advisable to call ahead and make sure the transcript is ready (386-822-7140).
Transcript orders can be paid for using any major credit card; the credit card will only be charged after your order has been completed. Transcripts will not be released to students with delinquent accounts, nor will they be released without payment.
Frequently Asked Questions
No. Faxed transcripts are not accepted as official as they can be easily altered.
Only if you provide written authorization for them to do so. They must provide proper identification upon pick-up and pay any required fees.
Transcripts are normally sent within 48 hours of receipt of the transcript request. Please note that certain times of the year can interrupt that timeline, so please plan accordingly.
No, the Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) requires a signature by the student making the request. The fastest way to submit and receive a transcript is through the National Student Clearinghouse. This office does not provide unofficial copies of transcripts.
No. You must request your high school transcript from your high school(s) and other college(s) you attended.
Official transcripts can be sent electronically as a PDF if ordered through the National Student Clearinghouse.
You may request as many transcripts as you need, as long as your account is not delinquent and you do not owe fees for previous transcript requests.
No. Transcripts include all academic work at the university.
Yes. When you complete a transcript request form it will ask you if you want it held for grades and/or degree notification.