If you are applying to a 4-year college, you will (at some point, depending on the college) NEED to send your OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT! Please read the following important items!
IF YOU ARE APPLYING TO A CSU
The campus to which you are applying will provide information about when to submit your official high school transcript. GENERALLY, for the CSUs, an applicant won’t need to send a transcript until after the school year ends and final grades post. There are exceptions, however…so applicants NEED to follow instructions in their CSU portal for EACH campus.
IF YOU ARE APPLYING TO A UC:
You must arrange to have an official, final high school transcript (showing your date of graduation) sent to the campus to which you have been admitted and which you plan to enroll. Unless a campus requests it, do not send a sixth- or seventh-semester transcript.
IF YOU ARE APPLYING TO A COMMON APP SCHOOL OR A SCHOOL THAT ACCEPTS ELECTRONIC DOCUMENT SUBMISSIONS:
FOR ANY OTHER COLLEGE THAT REQUIRES “SNAIL MAIL” AND THAT WILL NOT ACCEPT ELECTRONIC SUBMISSIONS:
Read the instructions on the college website to determine how they want your transcript(s) sent. Fill out THIS FORM and bring it to either the NPHS Counseling Office (and give it to Ms. Bernstein) OR to room A1 (and give it to our registrar, Ms. Osinski). There is a fee of 5 dollars PER TRANSCRIPT.
IF YOU NEED A TRANSCRIPT FOR A SCHOLARSHIP, there is NO CHARGE. For a snail mail scholarship submission, on the same form you would use for a snail mail request, write “Scholarship” in the upper left corner before you turn the form in. For an electronic submission scholarship submission, request the transcript from your counselor directly (indicating it is for a scholarship) and provide the email address or the link to have the transcript sent.
If You Are An Alum:
Follow THESE INSTRUCTIONS.