Printing, Saving, & Requesting Transcripts
Posted by SHeD Staff, Last modified by ATC Staff on 16 February 2022 01:21 PM

Description: Instructions on how to save, print, or request an official or unofficial transcript.
Tags: transcript, printing, student, PDF, ExpressLane, new student clearinghouse, unofficial, save, request

Saving, Printing, & Requesting Transcripts

  • If you are a current active student, please continue down the page to "Printing Your Unofficial Transcript," or continue down to "Printing Official Transcript."
  • If you are a active student with holds on your account, you must clear the holds before you can print your Unofficial Transcript.
  • If you are a student enrolled and completing courses before 2003, click here
  • If you are a student enrolled and completing courses after 2003, click here

Accessing Your Unofficial Transcript:

  • Log into ExpressLane
  • Go to the myEnrollment tab and select Student Academic Records and Transcripts

  • Click Unofficial Academic Transcript

  • Select transcript level and type

  • Click Submit
  • You should now see your transcript.

Printing Your Unofficial Transcript:

Once you have accessed your unofficial transcript, it can be printed by using the Ctrl+P command for PCs or Command+P on a Mac.

Saving Your Unofficial Transcript as a PDF:

To save your transcript directly from the browser, it is best to use Chrome, Safari, or Internet Explorer.

  • Follow the steps above to access your unofficial transcript.
  • Initiate printing by using the Ctrl+P command for PCs or Command+P on a Mac.
  • Do not confirm the print! Instead, change the print destination to Save as PDF.

  • Select Save and choose the desired location for the PDF file on your computer.

Requesting Official Transcripts:

National Student Clearinghouse (recommended method): 

Lane updates records regularly with the National Student Clearinghouse, a national secure database of enrollment records and verifications. You may order a transcript there for $7.25 per copy. You can check the status of your transcript directly through the Clearinghouse.

Via Lane:

Lane's Student Records Department processes transcript requests most business days, so usually, transcripts are mailed out within 7 - 10 business days. Lane offers a "Rush Service" which guarantees that transcripts will be mailed out within 3 business days. The Rush Service costs an additional $5.00 per copy ordered, whether you choose an electronic transcript or a mailed paper transcript. Transcripts will then take additional time to be mailed to their destination. Contact enrollment services via zoom ( or visit Enrollment Services in person on the main campus for a transcript. They are $10 in person, and photo ID is required. 

Paper Requests:

If you attended prior to the late 1980s, your records are most likely archived, and are not available online. 

To request a transcript in this case, or if you do not have online access for some other reason, you may fill out our paper transcript request form and send that with $5 per copy of official transcript ordered to Lane's Student Records Department. It is NOT necessary to know your L number or put it on this form if you do not have it. Older records were not archived according to L number, but used Social Security Numbers and birth dates. 

Refer to the Enrollment and Student Financial Services page for more information on transcripts.

For further help, click on Live Help, leave a ticket, or contact:
Student Help Desk
(541) 463-3333

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