FCS switches to new online transcript service June 1
Floyd County Schools has a new system for getting high school transcripts to its alumni.
The district is now working with Need My Transcript to provide increased access, efficiency, and security to its transcript and education verification process for former students. The service will go live on Monday, June 1, 2020.
All transcript requests will now be done online, and transcript seekers will no longer need to drive to the district office to process an order. Orders will be taken, tracked, and filled with the online service, with personal emails sent when the order is received and completed.
An official transcript is stamped with a raised seal and signed. It is an official copy of a student’s academic history. The transcript is considered unofficial when the seal on the envelope is broken, according to Need My Transcript.
The cost for former students is $5 per transcript. The cost of a transcript or graduation verification for a third-party requester such as colleges, universities, agencies, and employers is $25. All transcript requests will have a flat fee of $2 for processing. Optional e-delivery is an additional $2.50 per transcript. The normal processing time is five to ten working days.
A confirmation email will be sent from Floyd County Schools confirming that a transcript has been mailed to the college of the user’s choice.