The Registrar's Office can assist you with credit transcripts. The College reserves the right to withhold transcripts of persons who have past due monetary obligations such as tuition, fees or materials. All holds must be cleared before a transcript is released. Transcripts are generally processed within four business days.
Continuing Education transcripts can be obtained through the Continuing Education Office.
An unofficial transcript is available anytime online at MyHarper Student Portal. Harper College does not fax transcripts.
There is a $5 fee for each official transcript order. Additional fees may be charged based on method of delivery. A valid major credit card is required.
If you know your Harper I.D. and password, order through MyHarper Student Portal and click on the MyRegistration tab.
If you don't remember your Harper I.D. and password, CLICK HERE to continue with the ordering process.
If you attended Harper College prior to 1990 your records may be archived which will result in a slight delay in the processing of your transcript. CLICK HERE to continue with the order process.
To order by mail CLICK HERE to complete this form. Faxed requests are not accepted.
The College reserves the right to withhold transcripts of persons who have past due monetary obligations such as tuition, fees or materials. All holds must be cleared before a transcript is released.
College policy strictly limits the release of student information. For this reason, not all services are available via electronic mail. Some services, such as a transcript, require a signature for release. The policies on this Web site are accurate as of the time of publication. Changes may be made from time to time and this site will be updated as expeditiously as possible. Students are responsible for abiding by all policies and deadlines published in the College Catalog, Student Handbook/Datebook and the Class Schedule.
A degree seeking student who has attended any other college(s) must have an official transcript from each college attended sent to the Admissions Office immediately upon making application.
A student must petition for evaluation of transfer credit through one of the following offices: Registrar's Office, Admissions Processing, Admissions Outreach or online at harpercollege.edu.
A student may transfer credit to Harper College according to the following conditions:
- The collegiate institution previously attended must be a regionally accredited institution awarding college credit.
- Credit may be transferred to Harper College for courses earning credit and successfully completed with a grade of D or better if the student's cumulative grade point average (GPA) is 2.0 or above (C average) at the previously attended institution. (Some programs may require a grade of C or better, please refer to the current curriculum for possible exceptions). If the student's cumulative GPA is less than 2.0 at a previously attended institution, credit may be transferred for courses earning credit and successfully completed with a grade of C or better. The student's work at each institution is evaluated independently if several institutions were attended.
- Credit may be transferred, but the grades earned at other institutions are not transferred, nor are the grades included in computing the cumulative GPA at Harper College. Grades from other institutions may be used to determine whether a student has successfully met course prerequisites. Elective credit may also be awarded for transfer course work with no direct equivalency at Harper College.
- Courses which are a part of a department or program of study not offered by Harper College are considered non transferable.
- Evaluation of credentials from a foreign country may be requested by contacting World Education Services at www.wes.org. The Office of the Registrar at Harper College will use the WES results to determine transfer of foreign credit to the College.
- Effective for students following the 1999-2000 Catalog (and thereafter), transfer students must earn a grade of C or better in their courses equivalent to ENG 101-Composition and ENG 102-Composition at the collegiate institution previously attended. This requirement will be in place for the A.A., A.S., A.F.A. and A.E.S. degrees, as well as the IAI core curriculum for students who are not completing a degree.
Krista Jeskey, Credentials Analyst