How Do I Get My Transcripts for College Applications? First-Gen College Students
Why Do Transcripts Matter?
Why You Need Your Transcripts When Applying to College
Official Transcripts vs. Unofficial Transcripts
How to Get Your Transcripts
How to Request High School Transcripts
How to Get Your College Transcripts
Maryville Transcript Tips
- Request your transcripts online and early. Doing this electronically can expedite the process, as sending transcripts via regular mail can take significantly longer.
- If you’re transferring fewer than 60 eligible credits from a regionally accredited school, you’ll also need to provide proof of high school graduation or GED.
- Be aware of holiday breaks that may cause delays in obtaining transcripts.
- Undergraduate transfer students will need transcripts from every college attended — even if you took only one course. Military students also need to submit a Joint Services Transcript for any courses completed during time spent in the military.
- Students can also submit score reports for college credits earned through CLEP, AP, DANTES Subject Standardized Test (DSST), or International Baccalaureate (IB) exams.
- Remember, Maryville will consider applicants for provisional admission — or admission approval when an applicant’s GPA is below a degree program’s minimum requirement — which can help offset past academic performance. Provisional admission requires that students meet certain conditions, which may include maintaining a certain GPA or successfully completing coursework in progress.
- If you already have some college credit, contact an enrollment advisor to learn more about Maryville’s transfer student admission If you’d like an enrollment advisor to help walk you through the application and transcript process, schedule an appointment here.