HOW TO REQUEST A TRANSCRIPT
STEP ONE: Fill out the transcript request form. Use the link below.
STEP TWO: Payment for requested transcript must be made prior to processing. Secure on-line payments using a credit card can be made using the link below.
There are three primary ways to request a transcript – in person, through the mail, or via fax. We cannot accept requests via e-mail or over the phone. Either mail, stop by, or fax us at 304-336-8220 with the following information in a letter or on a Transcript Request Form ;Your name (please note if there has been a change due to marital status, etc.), social security number, date of birth, YOUR address, phone #, address where transcripts should be sent, and whether you are requesting official or unofficial copies*.
YOU CAN MAKE YOUR TRANSCRIPT PAYMENT ONLINE ACH (electronic check ), credit or debit card can be used. If you do not have a student ID# available please enter social security number on the form. PLEASE NOTE YOU MUST FILL OUT AND SUBMIT A TRANSCRIPT REQUEST BEFORE MAKING THE ONLINE PAYMENT.
A scanned, emailed request is acceptable and can be emailed to [email protected] Official transcripts are $7.00 each and payment is due upon request. Priority same day requests are $25, and the request will be processed within 24 hours. If you contact us via fax, you need to use the new Transcript Payment Online link above and make notation on your transcript request that you paid online . If you choose to submit a request via mail, please enclose payment with the request. Checks should be made payable to West Liberty University. Mail requests to:
West Liberty University
208 University Drive
College Union Box 145
West Liberty, WV 26074>
It takes approximately seven business days from the receipt of the request to process a transcript request. If you have any questions, feel free to contact our office at 304-336-8007
West Liberty University can transmit transcripts electronically. If you wish to have your transcript transmitted electronically, please indicate on the request.
*An official transcript is printed on security paper, imprinted with the University Seal, and signed by the registrar. These are typically needed to verify degree and/or education for employers, colleges and universities, or any other agency that requires a certified record.
An unofficial transcript contains the same information as an official transcript, however it is printed on plain white paper and does not contain any signatures or certifications.