from the North Lake College News-Register
Have you ever requested a transcript, but never received a confirmation that it was sent or that your university received it?
The Dallas County Community Colleges are making changes to transcript processing so you have more access and control when you need to send your DCCCD transcript.
The first phase of these improvements will soon be available: ordering printed transcripts for just $5 each. Transcripts are available on paper mailed to an address of your choice or available for pickup at the college. They can also be sent electronically to certain select schools, free of charge.
DCCCD has partnered with Credential Solutions LLC to print and mail transcripts.
This service will allow you to track your transcript’s progress from order to delivery. You can even request a text alert when your transcript has arrived at its destination.
You will have access to order online any time of day or night, and additional customer service hours beyond when the colleges are open. You will even be able to have your transcript printed and mailed when offices are closed for holidays.
If a document — like a résumé or an application — needs to be attached to your transcript, you can do that, too.
You can request to pick up the paper transcript at the college if you don’t want it mailed. All for only $5 per printed transcript!
Currently, the colleges of DCCCD can send electronic transcripts free of charge to more than 120 institutions using the SPEEDE service, and will continue to send transcripts in this manner.
Sending your transcript as a PDF is coming soon!
Enhanced services for paper transcripts will be available by the end of the fall 2018 semester.