Sending Transcripts to CollegesThere are several ways to send transcripts, depending on:• What methods each particular college uses• What method or which software program you are using to applyPlease remember that transcripts take some time to be uploaded/sent.Be sure to give ample time to have your transcripts sent. (at least two weeks for a transcript or four weeks for a transcript with a recommendation) The various methods are outlined below.Counselor sends transcript onlineThere are several online admissions application programs that generateelectronic requests for transcripts by sending counselors an email askingthem to upload a transcript to the college(s). Some of those programs are:• Common Application• Send Edu• Coalition Application• Individual school's applicationYou will be asked to enter your counselor's email on the application form. Please check to makesure that you have entered the correct email address. After adding your counselor's email, you should emailyour counselor letting him/her know that you have added him/her to an online portal. You should also make sure you have completed yourRJR Scholarship Interest and Recommendation Form so your counselor can use that to complete any recommendation forms required.Student requests an online transcript through CFNCCFNC is the only online application process that allows students to initiate thesending of online transcripts. Therefore, students may send their own onlinetranscripts, without involving a counselor, ONLY to those schools they areapplying to through CFNC (which includes ONLY schools that are inNorth Carolina). Students should go to the "Transcript Manager"button on: www.cfnc.org and follow the instructions. Students should checkTranscript Manager after 48 hours to make sure the status says"Complete" (not Failed or Pending).Student is asked to upload an electronic transcript file directly intothe admissions applicationSchools ask that a student upload an unofficial electronic transcript file into theadmissions application. The student can request this transcript by emailing his/hercounselor to request a transcript.Student Services mails a hard copy of the transcriptUse if there is no other optionIf you are not using CFNC to apply, and have not been instructed that thecounselor will be prompted to send an online transcript, then you are toask for a hard copy of your transcript to be mailed to the college(s). Please emailMs. Whitehead email@example.com (and copy your counselor) that a transcript to be mailed.Please allow extra time for processing and sending during virtual learning.
Last Modified on September 2, 2020