Capital University is pleased to provide electronic and postal mail transcript services through its partnership with Parchment Exchange. We encourage you to place your transcript orders online as this is the easiest and most efficient way to order a traditional paper transcript or the new electronic transcript delivery. Parchment Exchange will notify us of your request; we will review your academic and student account records for accuracy; and then we'll submit your record to Parchment Exchange for the delivery method of your choice. Electronic transcripts
Online Request through Parchment ExchangeFollow these simple steps to place an online request for transcripts through Parchment Exchange:
Now that you've completed your online transcripts order, here are a few details to keep in mind:
Online request transcript feeEffective August 1, 2016, electronic transcripts are $5 per transcript, and paper transcripts are $6 per transcript. You may order a transcript for overnight delivery at an additional cost. This service may not be available to individuals who have not been enrolled for 10 or more years or for requests received when the University is closed for the weekend, for break or because of extreme weather. See Parchment Exchange's website for overnight service details.
Problems with your Parchment Exchange order?Contact Parchment Exchange Support for a list of frequently asked questions (and answers) about the registration or ordering process, or for user interface issues. Request in PersonCapital University offers students the opportunity to purchase official transcripts in person at the Registrar’s Office during office hours. In-person orders will be available immediately or mailed within 48 hours for a fee of $10 per transcript. During peak registration and grading times, in-person orders may take up to five working days for processing.All transcripts picked up will be stamped “Issued to the Student.” Photo ID is required when picking up in person. Capital University follows all guidelines set forth in the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (1974). Current students on scholarships may need transcripts for attendance and grade point average verification. The fee for these transcripts may only be waived when ordered in person at the Registrar’s Office and mailed by Capital to the agency awarding the scholarship. For any further information or help, please contact Capital University at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 614-236-6150.Law School AlumniCapital law transcripts can be obtained by contacting the Law School Records Office.