At Penn Foster, you can request to have your official academic transcript. To request your transcript, you should fill out a certain form to ease the Penn Foster service support to find your student record. After they find your record, you will then be taken to a third-party provider to request your official transcript that you’ve worked hard at Penn Foster.
If you have trouble in finding your student record, you can try different entries including multiple places (if you live in several places) and number phone (if you change it previously). If you still have trouble in finding your student record, you can send an email to here.
How to Get a Transcript Form?
You surely will get the Penn Foster transcript request form by visiting this link at https://my.pennfoster.com/StudentLMSPFX/Transcript. Once you are at the page, you will find the request form for your Penn Foster transcript. Sure, there are a bunch of forms that you should fill, they are:
- Student Number
- First Name
- Last Name
- Phone (use only digits)
After you have filled all forms, you can then click on the Submit Request button to continue requesting your official academic transcript.
Here’s How to Request Your Penn Foster Transcript!
Once you click on the link above to get the request form of Penn Foster transcript, you should then continue to perform some steps as follow:
- Once you’ve located your student record, you will be taken into a third party vendor for Penn Foster Transcript Request, such as Scrip-Safe© and Parchment©.
- You will then be required to enter more detailed student information. Here, you need to choose where or who you would like your transcript sent to.
- You can choose between a Paper Transcript or eTranscript which can be mailed to the address you choose. Of course, the fees will vary based on delivery method.
- Afterwards, you have to provide details on your order options including which program you wish your transcript generated for.
- Last, you have to provide an electronic signature of consent. Then, submit your payment information for the transcript processing. In this case, you will have an opportunity to review your order before it’s placed.
That’s it! You successfully request your academic transcript that you can use for any purposes, especially to receive credit.
How If You Want to Request Your Diploma or Certificate?
If you graduate from Penn Foster High School or Career School, you may want to request a duplicate copy of your diploma or certificate to be sent directly to you or another institution. Certainly, the way to request your diploma or certificate is similar to requesting your transcript.
Here’s how to request your diploma or certificate!
- Firstly, you need to click the link here. That’s a form that you should fill to locate your student record. The form that you should fill includes Country, Student Number, First Name, Last Name, Address1, Address2, Address3, Address4, City, State and Phone Number.
- Once you’ve located your student record, you will be taken into a third party vendor for Penn Foster Transcript Request, Parchment.
- You will then be required to enter more detailed student information. Here, you need to choose where or who you would like your diploma sent to.
- Last, you have to provide an electronic signature of consent and then submit your payment information for the diploma processing. In this case, you will have an opportunity to review your order before it’s placed.
Congratulations! You successfully request your diploma or certificate that you can use for any purposes.
Additionally, if you’re an employer, government agency, verification company or also another school trying to get a transcript on a student’s behalf. You surely can click this link here to get the form. Well, the form here includes:
- Choose your program interest
- Student’s First Name
- Student’s Last Name
- Zip Code
- Your Email Address
- Phone Number
- ID Number (7 Digit Code in Advertisement)
- How Did You Hear About Us? (Make sure to choose one related)
Once you have filled all forms, you can continue to click on the Request Info button to get someone’s Penn Foster transcript.
How to Transfer Your Transcript?
If you have a plan to move to another college, you may be looking for a way to transfer your academic transcript to your new college. Otherwise, if you already have studied in one college and want to move to Penn Foster, you may want to know how to transfer your academic transcript from your previous college to Penn Foster.
Generally, to transfer your Penn Foster transcript can be performed through email or mail. Then, what is an email or mail address to transfer your transcript? Thankfully, this post will show you Penn Foster email and mail address that you can use if you want to move to Penn Foster.
Here are the email and mail address to send your academic transcripts:
- Email: Send you official academic transcripts through email to here or fill the form here.
- Mail: Send you official academic transcripts through mail to Student Service Center, 925 Oak Street, Scranton, PA 18515 (under contract with Penn Foster College, AZ).
How to Use Your Transcript at Penn Foster?
Your academic transcript basically can be used to receive college credits and also as a requirement to attend another college (if you move from one college to another). You will then receive the credit for previous college coursework if the school you attended meets the Penn Foster’s standard.
The course work is eligible for transfer and you have received a minimum grade of ‘C’ up to 75% of required credits will be transferred. Certainly, all transfer credits which have been approved will be cut off from your tuition.
If you want to receive credit, you should contact the college you attended and ask them to either mail a copy of your official academic transcripts or submit an official electronic transcript to be sent to Penn Foster College for evaluation.
It’s important to note that your official transcript is mailed directly from your previous school/college to Penn Foster or sent electronically through an authorized credential service that we’ve mentioned above.