Did you earn college credit in high school?
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Those college credits were issued right here at Vincennes University! Your official documentation of your college classes is called a transcript and every college student has one. It is a record of what classes you have taken in order to earn your degree. No matter which university you decide to attend, you will need a copy of your official transcript from VU.
Let’s talk about college admission and registering for classes. That is going to be easier with college credits already earned through VU! All we need is a little bit of information.
Simply Apply Online.
Fill out the application and you’re done! Our admissions department takes care of the rest and you won’t need to worry about transferring credits.
You’ve already earned some college credit. Let us help you with a transcript evaluation and determine how many classes you would need for a two-year degree.
Contact Admissions for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 812-888-4313.
There is a $5 charge (per transcript) for this transcript request method. Transcripts will not be released until all University obligations have been met. Official transcripts can be delivered electronically in as little as 15 minutes from when you place your order. This ordering method allows official transcripts to be sent electronically, by mail, or to be held for pick-up at the Registrar's Office.* Any non-electronic transcript issued directly to the student will be stamped "issued to student" and will be considered unofficial.
Please be sure the following items are complete to ensure transcript delivery expediency and accuracy:
- You have no University holds
- You have no outstanding financial obligations
- Your Final Grades have been posted (if not, an IP grade will display on your transcript)
If you are a current student or were enrolled in the most recent academic year, you should review your unofficial transcript before ordering to verify that all final grades and degrees have been recorded and will appear on your official transcript. All reorders will be at the student’s expense.
- Official transcripts ordered online cannot be held for degree posting, change of grades, or current grades. Most final degrees are posted to your transcript within 30 days of the end of the semester.
*Please note that electronic PDF delivery is not available to students who attended Vincennes University prior to 1985.
Download Transcript Request Form
There is no charge for this transcript request method, however, students must have met all financial obligations to the University before transcripts will be released.
A student's signature is required each time a transcript is requested. The request must be in writing and may be sent by fax or by mail or requested in person. Any transcript issued directly to the student will be stamped "issued to student" and will be considered unofficial.
Official transcripts are marked with the official seal of the University and are mailed directly by the Registrar's Office to prospective employers, to official representatives of other universities, to certification agencies, etc. The request must include the following:
- Student's name as it was during attendance at VU
- Student's social security number or ID number
- Approximate dates of attendance
- Address where transcript is to be mailed
- Student's signature
Current students may view and print an unofficial transcript from their myVU account.
For questions please contact us by phone at 812.888.4220 or email at email@example.com.
Please Note: To receive a copy of your official transcript, you must complete and sign any required forms, pay any associated transcript fee(s), and satisfy all financial obligations to the University. If you have any past balance due with any of these offices, there will be a "hold" on your record and we will not be able to issue your transcript. The university does not accept telephone requests for transcripts. It is a violation of the law to release a transcript without the student's documented authorization. For more information, please visit the USDepartment of Education FERPA site.