Transcript Request

Student transcripts are kept on file in the Office of Records. A copy of the transcript includes only the academic record accumulated by the Seminary. Money orders should be made payable to RCCGNA Seminary. Copies of transcripts furnished from other institutions become the property of the Institution and will not be furnished for other purposes. All transcripts requests must be made by students and must be in writing. Transcripts will not be issued for students who have outstanding fees or fines. Transcripts will take up to five (5) business days to process.

An Official Transcripts has RCCGNA Seminary seal, date, and an appropriate signature for students who have attended this institution. Official transcripts cost $7.00 each for all degrees. Official Transcripts can only be released upon receipt of a written request from the student.
An Unofficial Student Transcript is an unofficial record of grades obtained while a student is attending RCCGNA Seminary. It is issued to the student and has the appropriate signature and is dated without the college seal. When all coursework has been completed and all financial obligations are fulfilled, one (1) Unofficial Transcript will be available at no charge. All subsequent Unofficial Transcripts are $5.00 each.

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of the 1974 was enacted by Congress to protect the privacy of education records, to establish the right for students to inspect and review their educational records, and to provide guidelines for the correction of inaccurate or misleading data through informal and formal hearings. The privacy of all student records is observed at RCCGNA Seminary. No information may be released to the public without the consent of the student. Members of the administration, faculty or counseling staff may have access to student records and then only for educational, administrative or statistical purposes. Students have the right to file complaints with the Family Education Rights Privacy Act Office (FREPA) in Washington, D.C. concerning alleged failure by the college to comply with the Act.

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