A transcript is the official record of all academic work completed at the College.
In order to protect the privacy of student academic records, students are required to request copies of their official transcript in writing. Students may fax or mail their request to the Admissions and Records Office, complete a request form in the Admissions and Records Office or at the Effingham Kluthe Center, or request an official transcript through the Internet Registration and Information System (IRIS). Unofficial transcripts can also be printed through IRIS.
Lake Land College does not charge a fee to provide student transcripts.
As official records, transcripts are issued only with the legal name under which a student’s records are currently held. To change the legal name on the student transcript and other student records, a copy of one of the following documents verifying the current legal name must be submitted by mail or fax at the time of the transcript request: court order, government issued ID/driver’s license or revised birth certificate.
The College may withhold official transcripts of individuals who have unpaid financial obligations to the College.