How to Request a Transcript
Official Transcript Requests
Official transcripts can be requested by the student for a fee of $8.00 per official copy. Official transcripts are typically mailed within two business days after the request is received by Midland. Express 2-day mail can be requested at an additional charge of $25 (for postage and handling).
Current students and alumni may request an official transcript online, by completing the form on the Clearinghouse secure site.
The National Student Clearinghouse will walk you through placing your order, including delivery options and fees. You can order as many transcripts as you like in a single session using any major credit card ($8 per official transcript).
Your signed consent must be required to fulfill your transcript order. A consent form will be generated for your order that can be returned via fax, mail or as a scanned email attachment to the Clearinghouse (do NOT send the signed consent to Midland University).
Order updates will be emailed to you. You can also check your order status or history online.
If you need assistance or have questions, please contact us by phone at 402-941-6221 or email@example.com
In Person Requests
To order an official transcript in person, complete a transcript request form at the Registrar’s Office, 2nd Floor Anderson Complex. Requests made in person must be paid by check or cash only ($8.00 per transcript).
Unofficial Transcript Requests
Current students can obtain a copy of their unofficial transcript by logging into Campus Connect.
Alumni/Former Students– Unofficial transcripts may be requested in writing by completing a Transcript Request form. Transcript Request Form PDF
Completed forms should be mailed to:Midland University Office of the Registrar 900 N. Clarkson Fremont, NE 68025
Or faxed to: (Unofficial transcript requests only) 402-941-6224
What is the difference between an official and unofficial transcript?
An official transcript is printed on security paper and includes an embossed University seal and the Registrar's signature. Official transcripts are considered "official" only when they are issued directly to the receiving party through mail delivery or in a University sealed envelope.
Note: An official transcript issued directly to the student in a sealed envelope will be stamped "Issued to Student."
An unofficial transcript is printed on plain paper and does not have the University seal and/or the Registrar's signature.