So you've decided not to come to Weber State...
It's okay, we don't judge. We're actually really glad you stuck with it and got the credit. Good for you! Now that you're off to college you'll need to transfer your Concurrent Enrollment
credits to the university of your choice.
Here are some things to keep in mind about ordering transcripts:
- There currently is a $5 charge for official transcripts
- Please allow 6-10 business days for processing at the end of each semester
- Please allow 3-5 business days otherwise.
- Picture ID is required to obtain a transcript in person.
- If you would like your transcript to be faxed, please include the fax number you would like it to be sent to on your request form. Please note, faxed transcripts are not considered official.
How to order transcripts
For fastest and easiest ordering, please use your student portal!
- Go to weber.edu
- Login to your portal using your username and password
- Click on the Student Services tab up at the top of the page
- Under the Academic Record profile, click on National Student Clearinghouse (be sure to remove any pop-up blockers in order to be redirected to this website)
- Click on Order or track a transcript
- Press Start and fill out the required information to request your transcripts
If you do not have access to your student portal
- Go to http://www.weber.edu/records
- Click on the link titled "Order a Transcript Online" on the left-hand purple bar
- Press Start and fill out the information to request your transcripts
*Please note you will need your Social Security Number to complete the request form.
For more information visit weber.edu/records
You will NOT be able to order a transcript
- By phone
- If your record has been encumbered by financial indebtedness to the University
until the encumbrance has been cleared.
- If your record has a financial hold, you must have the hold removed in order to
request or obtain a transcript.
Privacy Information & Transcript Requests
If a friend or relative is picking up or mailing your transcript for you, they must bring a letter releasing your transcript with your signature on it. Due to Federal privacy regulations, the Records Office is required to have your signature accompany every Official Transcript request.