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Undergraduate Transcripts

Please use these instructions to order official transcripts.

Visit the National Student Clearinghouse to order and pay for electronic and paper transcripts. You can request a secure PDF copy of your official transcript be emailed to another school and, you can upload attachments if needed.  Official transcripts should not be sent to yourself unless you request that we mail your transcripts to you. They will be sent in a sealed envelope that should only be opened by the intended party (to remain official). Alumni can order unofficial transcripts through the registrar’s office by completing and submitting the transcript request form (see forms). Unofficial transcripts are printed on plain paper and do not include a seal nor the registrar’s signature.

Official transcripts are generally processed within 2-3 business days but may take longer during peak times (the beginning or end of semesters, graduation) or around holidays; please allow additional time for delivery during these periods. an online order update will be emailed to you, and you can track your order status online.

Transcripts will be released only if all obligations to Marlboro have been met. You will be notified via email if a hold exists with information about which office at the college to contact. Electronic transcript orders are cancelled within 30 days if holds are not resolved.

Cost Transcripts are $5 per copy. In addition, a $2.50 service charge is added per transcript recipient and E-PDF transcripts carry an additional charge of $1.75 for digital signature and security features. Official Transcripts for students who attended prior to 1990 can only be sent via U.S. mail, not electronically.

If the name of the college/university you are sending a transcript to does not appear in the recipient drop-down menu, scroll to the bottom of the list and select “Not in the List”. You will then be prompted to enter the name and, once you have selected the delivery method, the address.

Attaching Documents You may upload a maximum of 3 documents (jpg, jpeg, doc and docx file formats accepted) you would like to accompany your official transcript. Examples include your Outside Examiner letter or application forms required by graduate school or scholarship programs. The college assumes no responsibility for the readability of the documents you submit, and the Office of the Registrar must approve all files before the electronic transcript is transmitted.

Do you need your transcript to arrive quickly? Priority Express Mail service is available within the U.S. only for an additional fee. From the date of mailing the U.S. Postal Service estimated time of arrival is 1 to 2 days.

Hold for Grades or Degree Posting You may indicate that you want your transcript processed after final grades or your degree are posted. Grades are generally available within two to three weeks after the end of term, and degrees are generally posted two weeks after Commencement.

Marlboro College assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of email and mailing address information provided with your request and is not responsible for any resulting failure to deliver.

Unofficial Transcript Current students with a login to Nook, please log in to print your unofficial transcript or save the PDF file to your computer. 

Transcripts from Other Institutions Transcripts that were provided for admissions consideration or for transfer credit evaluation become the property of Marlboro College. Marlboro does not provide copies of transcripts from other institutions that are part of a student’s educational record. In order to ensure up-to-date information and ensure that no school protocol of the issuing institution is circumvented, a student must contact the originating school for a copy of that transcript.

For further information, contact the Registrar’s Office at


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