Request a Transcript

Online Request (Preferred method):

  • Jefferson Community & Technical College has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide transcript ordering via the web.
  • You can order transcripts using any major credit card.
  • Your card will only be charged after your order has been completed.

In Person Request:

  • Transcripts can be requested in person by coming to the Registrar’s Office on your campus and can be mailed in 3-5 business days.
  • There is a $5.00 charge for each transcript requested.
  • Please pay with a credit or debit card.
  • If you are on the Carrollton or Bullitt Campus, there is an additional $2.25 processing charge.
  • You may opt to mail to your own home or pick up at the Downtown, Southwest & Technical Campus.

On Demand Option:

  • Transcripts requested in person may be picked up at the time they are ordered at our Downtown, Southwest and Technical Campus.
  • There is a $7.00 charge for this service and that must be paid in full by cash, debit/credit or money order (no checks).
  • Not every student’s record or every order can be fulfilled in this manner.
  • If you choose this option please know the transcript will be issued to the student and not the college or organization you wish to receive the transcript.
  • Please check with the college or organization first to ensure this fits their needs.

Possible delays:

  • If you have an outstanding debt or a financial hold, the college can not mail out an official transcript.
  • You will have to pay in full before your transcripts will be processed and released. 
  • Histories or transcripts of students who were enrolled prior to Summer 1987 may take 10-12 business days to process. 
  • In 2009, Jefferson Community and Technical College's Downtown Campus suffered a flood that caused considerable damage on the lower levels of two buildings.
    • One of the buildings housed student records from 1968 to 1986.
    • Most student records were recovered, however, processing a request for this timeframe can take longer (up to 10 days).
  • If your records were damaged the college will supply you with an official letter to share with the agency requiring a transcript.

If you have questions about your transcript, contact the Records Office or the Student Information Center.