Who should order official transcripts from Parchment?
You will order transcripts from Parchment if you are a current Edison High School student or an alumnus.
What if my college/university requests that the transcript be sent by mail?
You will order through Parchment and request that your transcript be mailed directly to the desired location.
If I send multiple transcripts to the same college or university, do I have to pay each time?
The Parchment fee is per transcript. The first two transcripts are free. After that there is a $5.00 fee for an official transcript. Unofficial transcripts are free and can be printed.
What if I have ordered from Parchment and the college or university advises me the transcript has not been received?
Each transcript ordered is assigned a tracking number (TID or DID). Log into your Parchment account, select the tracking option and print the information for the college or university. Provide this information to the admissions counselor or contact person for the college/university or other recipient as proof the transcript was ordered and/or delivered.
Will my final high school transcript be automatically sent to the college or university I will attend?
No, transcripts are not automatically sent to the colleges or universities at the end of the school year. It is up to the student to order from Parchment and request the final transcript be sent.
What if I need to order a transcript for a scholarship or other organization?
Xổ số miền nam chủ nhậtWhen logged into your Parchment account, use the Select Other Destinations link. This feature allows you to provide the individual or business name and address.
How do I reach Parchment for assistance?
Xổ số miền nam chủ nhậtWhen logged into your Parchment account, use the “Contact Us” feature. Create a “Help Ticket.” Parchment will individually assist you.
What if I cannot afford the Parchment fee?
Xổ số miền nam chủ nhậtIf a student is on free or reduced lunch, they can apply for a fee waiver to receive four free transcripts in addition to the first two free transcripts.