Academic Transcript Request Procedure

No transcripts will be issued for any student or alumnus who has a financial hold or any other obligation to the College. If you place a transcript on demand request through SCRIP-SAFE and have a financial hold or other outstanding obligation to the College, SCRIP-SAFE's policy is that fees paid for their services will be forfeited and are non-refundable. Westminster College is not responsible for any SCRIP-SAFE charges or fees. Current students may check their account status on My.Westminster. Former students may contact the Business Office directly at 724-946-7140 or the Financial Aid Office at 724-946-7102 before placing an order through Transcripts on Demand.

Option 1: Official Printed Paper Transcript enclosed in official sealed envelope


  • Mail Delivery via U.S. Postal Service or arrange for pickup in the Registrar's Office

  • No Fee Required

  • Signature Required on Request Form

  • Transcript Request Form: Download PDF Form

Option 2: Transcripts On Demand: Electronic Transcript Request Service


  • Choose Electronic Delivery Service or Official Printed Paper Transcript Postal Mail Delivery

  • Electronic delivery is ONLY available for students who attended July 1988 to present, however, paper transcripts which will be delivered by postal service may be requested electronically for any student who prefers to use this service.

  • $3.00 Fee (per address requested).

  • Signature Required on Consent Form before processing (1 time only)

I have an active My Westminster account


Current Students should request electronic transcripts through My.Westminster.

  1. Log into My.Westminster
  2. Click on the Academics tab
  3. Click on Transcripts On-Demand

 

I do not have a My.Westminster account


Former students who do not have a My.Westminster account should select https://iwantmytranscript.com/westminster url to create an account and order an academic transcript. You will use this same account to place future orders. Federal law (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) requires that you provide a signed consent form when you initially set up your account. Follow the instructions for submitting your consent form as you create your personal account. You are required to submit a consent form only once.

 

Westminster College is partnering with SCRIP-SAFE International to deliver academic transcripts electronically. Electronic delivery is ONLY available for students who attended July 1988 to present, however paper transcripts may be requested electronically for any student who prefers to use this service.*

SCRIP-SAFE charges a $3.00 processing fee (paid by credit card at the time of the request) for each recipient (transcript addressee.) This fee goes directly to SCRIP-SAFE. Westminster College does not charge any additional fees for this service. Order updates are emailed to you and you can also check your order status and history online.

  • Network Delivery – Many colleges, universities and other agencies are members of this secure network and actively receive electronic transcripts. To view the list of SCRIP-SAFE network members, go to http://www.scrip-safe.com/products/electronic-transcripts/network-members.aspx.

  • OneTime Delivery – If your intended recipient is not a network member (including a transcript sent to you); your transcript can still be delivered electronically. Receivers are designated and identified by you, the requestor, through the recipient’s email address.

    1. Your transcript is never delivered by email, instead your recipient is notified by email that your transcript is available for pickup at the specific “one-time” URL identified in the email.

    2. To insure prompt delivery and receipt, make sure the recipient knows that you are sending them an electronic transcript and will accept the electronic version.

    3. Finally, ask the receiver to white list @escrip-safe.com.

 

Please allow 3-5 working days for processing all requests whether made electronically or by using the paper request form; however, additional time should be expected during peak periods of the academic year such as the beginning or end of the semester, or during registration.