Convenient, Faster, and Paperless!

Trinity Washington University uses the National Student Clearinghouse to offer you official and secure electronic versions of your transcript.  The fee is $3.50 per request. Your request can be delivered in less than 24 hours by selecting the PDF copy/electronic delivery method.

Order My Transcript

Please have the following information ready to complete your request:

  • A major credit or debit card
  • An email address, and
  • Your signed consent form (you can complete this electronically at the link above).

Updates on your order’s progress will be emailed to you. You can also track your order online by using your email address and order number. Your credit or debit card is not charged until the order has been processed.

Should you have issues or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the Office of Enrollment Services at 202-884-9530 or via email at


Q: What if I don’t have a credit or debit card?

A: If you do not have a credit or debit card, you can use a prepaid Visa or MasterCard gift card to place your order. To ensure a successful transaction, make sure the amount available on the gift card is equal to or greater than the amount you estimate your transcript order will cost.

Q: How long will it take for my transcript to be sent? (Electronic Transcript)

A: About 24 hours.

Q: As a parent, can I request a transcript for my child?

A: No.  Only the student may request a transcript.

Q: What is the cost of a transcript?

A: Transcripts are $3.25 per recipient.  For example, if you request 2 transcripts to be sent to another university, you will be charged $3.25 total.  If you request one transcript to be sent to another university and one transcript to be sent to yourself, then you will be charged $6.50.

Q: I requested my transcript to be sent to the wrong recipient/email address. Can I correct my order?

Please be sure to verify the delivery information before submitting as the Office of Enrollment Services cannot cancel or refund orders. If you have submitted a request to the wrong address/email/recipient, you will need to place another order to the correct destination.