Jefferson Community and Technical College has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide transcript ordering via the web. You can order transcripts using any major credit card. Your card will only be charged after your order has been completed.
Transcripts can be requested in person by coming to the Registrar's Office on your campus and can be mailed in 3-5 business days.
The Records Office will not provide on demand transcripts to students who were enrolled in Spring 2019 from May 13-17. We will offer this option May 16. We will still offer on demand options if a former student requests, just not those enrolled in Spring 2019.
Please note, not every student's record or every order can be fulfilled in this manner. If you attended before our records were converted to our current database for example, we could not process a request for an on demand transcript.
Transcripts requested in person may be picked up at the time they are ordered at our Downtown Campus. There is a $7.00 charge for this service and that must be paid in full by cash, debit/credit or money order (no checks). If you choose this option please know the transcript will be issued to the student and not the college or organization you wish to receive the transcript. Please check with the college or organization first to ensure this fits their needs.
If you have an outstanding debt or a financial hold, the college can not mail out an official transcript. You will have to pay in full before your transcripts will be processed and released. Histories or transcripts of students who were enrolled prior to Summer 1987 may take 10-12 business days to process. In 2009, Jefferson Community and Technical College's Downtown Campus suffered a flood that caused considerable damage on the lower levels of two buildings. One of the buildings housed student records from 1968 to 1986. Most student records were recovered, however, processing a request for this time frame can take longer (up to 10 days). If your records were damaged the college will supply you with an official letter to share with the agency requiring a transcript.