Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City

Requesting a Transcript

You may request an official transcript online or by completing the Transcript Request Form and submitting it to the Records Office using one of the following methods:

 
Online
  1. Log in to my.okstate.edu
     
  2. Click on Self Service
     
  3. Click Student Tab
     
  4. Click Student Records
     
  5. Click Request Printed Transcript
     
In Person Bring your Transcript Request Form and a photo ID to the Admissions windows located on the 1st floor of the Student Center.
By Fax Fax your completed Transcript Request Form (with signature) and a copy of your photo ID to the Records Office at 405.945.3277
By Mail mail your completed Transcript Request Form (with signature) and a copy of your photo ID to the Records Office at:
Oklahoma State University- Oklahoma City
Attn: Registrar & Records
900 N. Portland Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK 73107

* Unofficial transcripts may be accessed at anytime by logging into your MyOKState account or by visiting your advisor.

 

Additional Transcript Information

  • There is no charge for transcripts.
  • A maximum of 5 official transcripts may be requested at one time. If you have a special circumstance and need additional copies, please call the Records Office for assistance.
  • Unofficial transcripts may be accessed at anytime by logging into your student self-service account or by visiting your advisor.
 

Frequently Asked Questions

How long will it take to receive my transcript?

 

If you make the request in person, a transcript can typically be issued at that time, as long as you have no holds on your records. For requests made online, by mail or fax, we often can mail transcripts the same day or next business day, depending on time of receipt. Please allow 24-48 hours for processing at the beginning and end of the semester during our peak registration periods. Additional circumstances that can delay processing include: the posting of current semester grades, anticipated changes to your record such as grade changes or incompletes, final degree/graduation processing, etc.

 

Why can’t I request a transcript by phone or receive my transcript by fax or email?

 

The Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law that protects students’ educational records. Under this law, educational records can only be released to the student. A signature or photo ID is required to release or access any education record in order to protect students’ privacy and security of records.

 

Unofficial Transcripts

 

Students can access and print unofficial copies of their academic work by logging on to their My OSU-OKC Self-Service account and selecting Student Records, then Unofficial Transcript.

 

Holds

 

Various holds (academic, financial, etc.) may prevent OSU-OKC from releasing your official transcript. Please be sure you have taken care of any outstanding business before requesting an official transcript.

 

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