Transcript request

Beginning August 26, 2013, transcripts ordered via walk-in are subject to a $15.00 expedited processing fee per copy of transcript requested.

Saint Martin's University uses Transcripts on Demand by SCRIP-SAFE International as its trusted agent for processing transcript requests. This process is completely secure.

The first time you use this service you will establish an account. The process is simple and asks for your current/former names, address, student ID, dates of attendance and other information.

Because Federal Law requires your signature in order to release your academic records, you must complete a consent form and return it as directed before your first request can be processed.

Consent forms are approved by SCRIP-SAFE within four hours of submission during regular business hours: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday – Friday eastern time. SCRIP-SAFE is closed Saturday and Sunday. The signed consent form remains on file with SCRIP-SAFE to cover your future Saint Martin's University transcript requests through this service.

You will pay for your transcript via credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover). The most current security available is used protect your credit card and personal information.

Official transcripts cost $5.00. There is no fee for unofficial transcripts. Regardless if the request is for an official or unofficial transcript, an additional $3.00 processing fee is charged by SCRIP-SAFE for each recipient (transcript addressee).

You can check the status of your transcript request at any time by logging on to Transcripts on Demand and selecting the “Review Past Orders” tab. You will also receive email notifications of your order status.

Order your transcript at https://iwantmytranscript.com/stmartin.

About transcripts

A transcript is a copy of your permanent record. An official transcript is one bearing the University seal, the official signature of the registrar and is either kept in a sealed envelope or electronically delivered to someone other than the student. An unofficial transcript bears little difference in appearance but is not kept in a sealed envelope and can be delivered to the student. Unofficial transcripts are not usually acceptable to other colleges or universities.

Transcripts will not be issued during the last week of each semester while grades are being processed and during preparation for commencement in May.

A transcript or diploma may not be released until the student's account is paid in full. Current or former students may request transcripts of their work at the University via SCRIP-SAFE or in person.