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.
Saving, Printing, & Requesting Transcripts
Accessing Your Unofficial 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.
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.
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 (https://lanecc.edu/hub) or visit Enrollment Services in person on the main campus for a transcript. They are $10 in person, and photo ID is required.
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.
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