For information about the Office of the Registrar, you can visit its home page.
Transcripts are useful for all kinds of information. New employers often require them, as well as graduate programs and other colleges. They provide your grades and your GPA for course work at LeTourneau.
Our office must receive a signed written request to legally enable us to send that student’s transcript. With the Electronic Transcript Request system, you will provide this signature electronically.
The transcript requests are processed in the order they are received, and it usually takes about 3 business days for the Office of the Registrar to process them.
If you have a hold on your student account for any reason, the Office of the Registrar cannot send your transcript. Thus, if you have a hold on your student account, you will be prevented from making a transcript request. As soon as the hold is removed, the transcript may be requested.
If you have a student account hold, you may contact your Student Accounts Representative for information how to clear your holds.
An official transcript is mailed in a sealed envelope and is mailed directly to a school, employer, scholarship donor, etc. An unofficial transcript is a transcript that is faxed, emailed, sent directly to the student, or picked up by a person. A transcript sent directly to the student or picked up will be on official transcript paper, but will be stamped "Issued to Student" and is unofficial.
Each full or partial transcript costs $5.00 USD per recipient. For each recipient, you will be given the option to send/receive undergraduate and/or graduate course work on the transcript.
For mail and pickup recipients, you may receive multiple copies of each and will be charged $5 for each full transcript or part there of.
For example, if 3 Undergraduate and 2 Graduate transcripts were requested to be mailed to a single recipient, the total charge would be $15 (2 full transcripts and 1 partial).
For other recipient types (fax and email), the charge is a flat $5.00 per recipient.
There is no difference in charge between official and unofficial requests.
There is an additional (optional) fee for expedited mail delivery
To make a transcript request, we must verify your identity. For current students or faculty/staff, this can be performed using your LETNET credentials. For former students, your identity is confirmed using your last name, social security number (if you have one), and your date of birth.
If you are having trouble using your LETNET credentials or having other login troubles, check out the IT Knowledge Base for relevant articles.
For former students having trouble logging in, there are a few important factors to check. If you are sure you have entered your information correctly, it may be that LeTourneau does not have your up-to-date information on file.
For example, if you have married since you were at LeTourneau, try using your maiden name where it asks for your last name.
If you are sure your information is correct, it is also possible that your information is not stored in LeTourneau's database. This may be the case especially if you attended LeTourneau prior to 1980. If you suspect this to be your related to your issue, please call the Office of the Registrar for assistance. You will need to provide them with sufficient information to be entered into the system.
This page displays an overview of your available options.
The transcript request process involved 3 forms. After the completion of each page, the information is temporarily stored for as long as you stay logged in. Please note that your request cannot be processed until all forms have been completed.
The first step in the request process is entering contact information about you. To continue, you must enter your name, mailing address, and contact information. This information is required regardless of who the recipient(s) of the transcript request is/are.
Please ensure that the information you provide is the most recent. This information is used only to contact you regarding your request in case any issues or questions arise.
Once you are done, click the 'Next' button at the bottom of the page to continue.
This page allows you to choose to whom and how your university transcript is sent.
The first step is to choose the recipient type(s). Once you have decided on a recipient type, click on the respective 'add' button. A new form area should appear where you can enter the required information for that recipient.
You may enter as many recipients as you want in any of the recipient types in a single request.
Once you have entered all of your recipients, click the 'Next' button at the bottom of the page to continue.
There are currently 5 recipient types. Of the list, only mail recipients may receive official transcripts. For more information, see the help section about the differences between Official and Unofficial Transcripts.
*Transcripts can only be picked up from the Office of the Registrar. Its office is located at the Longview campus on the second floor of the Margaret S. Estes Resource Center (the library).
**The CPO option is only available if you are enrolled in classes for the current or up-coming semester and have a current CPO (usually only traditional students).
As an available option, you may have transcripts sent to your recipient using expedited (FedEx overnight) shipping. The fee is $25.00 per recipient. Otherwise, the transcript will be sent using standard mail.
Note: This option is not available for P.O. Box OR international recipients.
This page provides you with the opportunity to specify information about the request itself.
If your request incurs a charge, you can pay via any of the following methods:
Attn: Cashier, Business Office
P.O. Box 7001
Longview TX 75607-7001
Please note on the memo line of the check or on a separate piece of paper with the check: your name, student ID, and 'Transcript Request'.
To make a secure online payment, you must use the link made available from the main page in the 'Previous requests' for each request available at any time, or after completing a request from the provided link.
Each request is considered independent of another, and so if you have made multiple requests and wish to pay online, you must click on the link for each one. Each time, you will need to provide your credit/debit card information and will be charged separately for each.
Currently, you do not have the option to make partial payments; the amount you will be charged will be the balance due for the request.
There are different personal settings that you may set for your account.