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Transcript Request

In compliance with federal law, as established by the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 as Amended, transcripts will not be issued without the written consent of the student, as demonstrated by a physical signature of the student approving the release of the transcript. E-mail requests for transcripts will not be honored.

Submit Transcript Request Form

Now Available!  — Electronic (PDF) Transcript (eTranscript) with Tracking Service

An eTranscript is a certified, electronically delivered official PDF transcript sent securely to the e-mail address you designate. eTranscripts are digitally certified as official using Adobe’s Blue Ribbon digital certificate and are identical to a paper transcript. William Penn University’s official transcript third-party vendor is Parchment, Inc.

Students can still request official paper transcripts to be mailed via U.S. Postal Service (standard delivery) through Parchment, Inc.

If you would like to submit a transcript request in person bring a completed Transcript Request Form to Penn Hall, Room 217, 201 Trueblood Avenue, Oskaloosa, Iowa 52577.

How long will it take?

Regardless of the means by which the transcript will be issued, there is a three-four business day processing time on all transcript requests, assuming there are no outstanding financial obligations.

May I request my transcript now and receive it after my grades are posted?

Yes. Please indicate on the order that you wish the transcript to be sent after the current semester grades are posted.

May I request my transcript now and receive it after my degree is posted?

Yes. Please indicate on the order that we should wait and issue the transcript once your degree has been posted.

What if I have outstanding financial obligations with William Penn University?

Transcripts will not be issued if the student has outstanding financial obligations at William Penn University, as determined by the Business Office.

Office of the Registrar

Name Office Phone Email Office
Office of the Registrar 641-673-1011 Penn 217