Lower Columbia College has authorized National Student Clearinghouse to provide online transcript ordering to current and former students. You may track your order online and receive email or text message confirmations of receipt, processing, and mailing.
Order transcripts using any major credit or debit card. There is a $10 charge (this includes the processing fee) for each official transcript ordered. Your card will only be charged after your order is complete.
The National Student Clearinghouse provides official transcripts for classes completed at LCC only. For GED Transcripts or GED scores, please see GED Testing.
If you know your Student ID Number or Social Security Number, click 'Order My Transcript Now'. National Student Clearinghouse will open in a new window.
Transcript requests are processed in the order that they are received. Unless you have an outstanding financial obligation to Lower Columbia College or another hold on your records, requested transcripts are typically mailed within 3-5 business days via US Postal Service with first class postage. This does not include delivery time which will depend on where the transcripts are being sent and timeliness of the US Postal Service.
Please be aware it may be 2 weeks after grades post before degrees are posted to transcripts.
An official transcript is the college or university's certified statement of your academic record. The official paper transcript is printed on security sensitive paper and contains the official seal and signature of the college or university's registrar. Official transcripts (on paper) are always sealed and unopened.
Only you may request the release of your official transcripts. Transcripts will not be released to another party or institution without your prior written consent.
Access to official transcripts may be withheld if you have financial or other obligations not fulfilled such as outstanding tuition and fees, fines, or unreturned college property. If you submit a request for official transcripts and you have outstanding obligations, you will be notified via email on how to resolve outstanding obligations.
Transcripts going to an Admissions Office at a Washington State public universities,
and Washington community and technical colleges are sent electronically. You will
not see this option on the Clearinghouse website; however, selecting "mail" will initiate
your transcript being sent electronically to one of these schools.
If the transcript is addressed to a specific department or person rather than an Admissions Office, it cannot be sent electronically and must be mailed.
Access and print unofficial transcripts through Online Services - Records and Grades section’. You will need your Student ID and Global PIN.
If you do not know your Student ID and Global PIN see Online Services - ‘Student Accounts’ section for links to get your Student ID or Global PIN.
Alternatively, visit the Registration Office located in the Admissions Center. You will need to provide a photo ID.