You can now order transcripts electronically online via our partners at Parchment. This service allows students and alumni to order official electronic PDF transcripts via the web at any time, with worldwide delivery in about an hour.
The electronic/PDF transcript option offers online order tracking—with the time, date, and name of the person who received your records. No need to pay for FedEx!
All transcripts from 1980 to the present can be delivered in an electronic/PDF format.
PDF transcripts viewed electronically are recognized as official documents. A printed copy of a PDF transcript will be considered “unofficial” and will display the words “PRINTED COPY” on all pages of the PDF.
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Click on the below link to go to the Parchment ordering page:
- Any financial hold on a student's account must be cleared before a transcript will be released, however, Illinois Tech provides official transcripts to students with outstanding balances if the student requests the official transcript to:
- complete a job application
- transfer from one institution of higher education to another
- apply for state, federal, or institutional financial aid
- join the United States Armed Forces or Illinois National Guard
- pursue other postsecondary opportunities
- In addition, Illinois Tech will provide an official transcript to a current or prospective employer notwithstanding a financial hold on the student's account. Students seeking an aforementioned exemption to the financial hold should contact Student Accounting.
- Payment for orders must be received before a transcript request will be processed.
Illinois Student Debt Assistance Act
In accordance with law, the university may not:
- refuse to provide an unofficial transcript to a current or former student on the grounds that the student owes a debt
- condition the provision of an unofficial transcript on the payment of a debt, other than a fee charged to provide the transcript
- charge a higher fee for obtaining an unofficial transcript or provide less favorable treatment of a request for an unofficial transcript because a current or former student owes a debt.
In accordance with law, the university:
- must provide an official transcript of a current or former student to a current or potential employer, even if the current or former student owes a debt;
- may not condition the provision of an official transcript to a current or potential employer on the payment of a debt, other than a fee charged to provide the transcript
- may not charge a higher fee for transferring an official transcript to a current or potential employer or provide less favorable treatment for such a request because a current or former student owes a debt.