Transcript Request

The Office of Admissions & Records is the official keeper of student academic records and is responsible for maintaining and releasing the student’s record. Per Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (Buckley Amendments) or FERPA, the college will not release student information to any third party without the written consent of the student. — Therefore, all requests for a transcript must be done with the student’s signature permission to do so.

How to Order an Official Transcript from CASC

Please know that your student record is strongly protected by the Office of Admissions and it will only be released to the student with proper identification and signature permission. Students may request an official transcript by mail or fax using our standard [ TRANSCRIPT REQUEST ] form, or receive a  transcript upon demand when walk-in to the Office of Admissions, Poteau campus.  Transcripts are typically processed within 5 working days when ordered by fax or mail. There is no charge for CASC transcripts.

Transcript Request Form

Students may order a transcript by downloading our [ TRANSCRIPT REQUEST ] form and delivering the request to the:

1. In Person: Office of Admissions in Hemphill Hall, on the Poteau campus
2. Fax: 918-647-1306
3. Mail: Office of Admissions, Transcript Request, 1507 So McKenna, Poteau, OK  74953

Without Standard Form

When requesting a transcript by mail or fax without using the standard Transcript Request form, students should provide the following information on plain paper and provide a copy of the photo ID (ex. driver’s license, CASC ID card, passport, military ID, tribal ID card, other):

* full name, social security number and CASC ID (if known), last date attended, and any former names
* where to mail the transcript (name & address of college/agency/other)
* when to mail the transcript (now, after final grades, or after degree is conferred)
* signed by student and
* provide a copy of photo ID (such as Driver’s License or CASC ID card).

How to Order GED Testing Results

Students may contact the State of Oklahoma’ provider (DiplomaSenderTM) for GED diploma/testing results and have their GED sent to them by email, fax, or mail.
2. e-mail inquiries to:
3. call to order by phone: (855)313-5799. Additional fees may apply for phone orders.
For other states, students are advised to contact their states’ Department of  Education, or, review the DiplomaSender website and see if their state participates.

How to Order your High School Transcript

Students may contact their high schools records office directly and follow their instructions on how to send their official high school transcript to CASC. Oklahoma high schools may deliver official transcripts by sealed envelop or by XAP electronic delivery. The Office of Admissions has a standard Mail Transcript To CASC request form students may fill out and permit the Office of Admissions to fax their request to their high school or previous college. [TRANSCRIPT REQUEST – Mail to CASC]

FAQ — Frequently Asked Questions

1.Can my Father walk-in and pick up a copy of my transcript? The answer is No, because without written permission to do so, the record belongs to the student and only the student has the right to get a copy of his academic record.

2. My Wife is coming to campus, I have asked her to pick up a copy of my transcript. How can she pick up my transcript? Students can provide written permission for the Wife to pick up the transcript. What the Office of Admissions requires is a “permissions” note, that is, student needs to write on plain paper:

> who is picking up the transcript (full name, address, date of birth or some other identifier),
> specify the relationship to student (Mother, Father, spouse, friend), and
> identifying information of the student (student’s printed name and signature, last four digit of the Social Security Number, CASC ID preferred, date of birth), and
> copy of their photo ID and the number of copies.

3. I have a FERPA release form on file that gives my Sister permission to my academic records. Can she pick up my transcript or do I still have to give her a “permissions” note? When students give another person permission (with the FERPA release form) to their academic records, then, that specific person may walk-in to the Office of Admissions and pick up a transcript with their photo ID. Sister may also submit the Transcript Request form by mail or fax with their photo ID. (A standard form is available to students who want to give their parent, spouse, or other permission to their academic records. Click here to print out “FERPA Permission to Release” form and return it to the Office of Admissions)

4. How much does a transcript cost? There is no charge to have an official transcript printed and mailed. Transcripts may not be overnighted.

5. When can I pick up an official transcript after the semester ends? The standard semester ends on Friday. Transcript are generally available no later than the following Wednesday (typically, they are available sooner.) This includes students who are graduating and are awaiting conferral of the degree.

6. On the Graduation Application, I asked that my official transcript be mailed to another college. When will it be mailed? After the term ends, graduation is a priority. Degree and date of conferral are posted to the student’s transcript and official transcripts for graduates (for those who so requested on the Grad Application) are mailed no later than the following Wednesday.

7. I have unpaid tuition/fees. Can I still get a transcript? The answer is No. Students who have “Holds” on their Business Accounts from unpaid tuition, fees, fines, or other expenses can not receive an Official transcript. (Additionally, students should know that once the Transcript Request is given to the Office of Admissions and the transcript “ordered”, the official transcript will be automatically printed once the Business Hold is removed. )

8. Can I walk-in and pick up a transcript without my photo ID? Then answer is absolutely NO! — The Office of Admissions will not give a transcript to a student without proof of who they are.  So, if you walk-in to the Office of Admissions, you had better bring photo ID (i.e. driver’s license or CASC ID card) !