The Records Office processes incoming student transcripts, handles outgoing transcript requests, verification of enrollment, and degree audits.
Richland Community College uses Parchment to provide official student transcripts. This service provides an easy, secure, electronic method to request, send, and track your transcript. Parchment will deliver your official transcript for free anywhere it needs to go – other colleges and universities, scholarship funds, employers, or even yourself if you need it.
Richland Community College will allow three free transcripts per fiscal year (July 1, XXXX to June 30, XXXX). After the first three transcripts, a charge will be assessed $3.25 for electronic transcripts, $5.75 for paper transcripts.
To set up your account go to www.parchment.com and click SIGN UP NOW then follow the onscreen instructions.
To request a transcript:
- Login at www.parchment.com
- Click SEND A TRANSCRIPT
- You now need to find the school that has your transcript
- Select COLLEGES
- Enter “Richland Community College” and click SEARCH then ADD
- Follow the onscreen directions to complete your account
- Select who you would like to send the transcript to
- Academic Institutions, Other Organization, Yourself or Other Individual
- Complete the instructions
- If you want to add more destinations, click ADD ANOTHER ITEM
- When you are ready to complete your order, click CHECKOUT
Contact the Richland Community College Records Office at email@example.com.
Transcript Request Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to pay?
No, this is a complimentary service to Richland students and alumni.
How do I send it to myself?
When you are “Selecting Destinations”, choose the “Myself” Tab (it’s defaulted to Academic Destinations)
When was my transcript sent?
When you first login, the default is to request a transcript, choose the Status/History (next to Request Transcripts). This will let you see where your requests are in the process. Students can also check their email for status updates.
Can I pick up the transcript in the Office?
Yes – students just need to let Student Records know that they want to pick it up before they place the order.
Can I send it to more than one place?
When a student searches their first place, they can either “Save and Continue” or “Save & Add Another”
Any official transcript received by Richland is evaluated for the specific program applied for within two weeks of receipt. Students may review the credit transferred in by going to myRichland and looking on the Unofficial Transcript (college) or Exam Record (high school).
Advanced Placement is an organized instructional and/or testing program offered in high school in cooperation with the College Entrance Examination Board. College credit granted through an AP examination will be recorded as “AP” and will not be used in computing a grade point average. Approved credit will be posted to the student’s record after a minimum of eight (8) semester hours of 100-level or above credit has been earned at Richland. High school students interested in the Advanced Placement Program should contact their high school counselor.
My Student Info (on myRichland)
Students have access to a variety of information and services through myRichland. Access includes:
- Student Schedule
- Success Coach & Program of Study
- View/Print Grades
- GPA projection
- FERPA Information Release Authorization
- Enrollment Verification Certification
- Register for classes
- Degree Audit
- Unofficial Transcript
- Exam/Placement test Scores
- Financial Aid Awards
- Tuition Bill
- Pay Online
- 1098T Information
Enrollment Verification Certification for Students
- View electronic deferments or notification forms sent to student lenders.
- Print proof of enrollment verification certificates.
- View real time loan information.
- View enrollment information held by the Clearinghouse provided by Richland Community College.
Enrollment & Degree Verification for Third-Parties
Richland Community College has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide degree and enrollment verification certifications. The National Student Clearinghouse may be contacted at: www.studentclearinghouse.org or www.degreeverify.org.
Privacy Rights and FERPA
The Records Office maintains student records in a confidential manner. The student records policy of Richland Community College is governed by the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). For forms and more information visit the FERPA Web site.
(217) 875-7211, Ext. 6267