Offices & Services

Office of the Registrar


Transcripts are the primary credential used by graduate schools and many employers when verifying that a student is making progress or that a graduate has completed a degree at Washington College. The Registrar’s Office maintains the integrity of each student’s academic record, and also tightly controls who may access these records. By federal law, transcripts cannot be released to anyone without prior written authorization from the student. Telephone requests can not be honored. To learn more about the College’s record release policy, click here.

Official Transcripts (for Alumni and Current Students)

Order Transcripts Online

Washington College has retained Credentials Inc. to accept online transcript orders.  Please click on the TranscriptsPlus link below to begin your order. 





You must always submit an authorization form in order for the Registrar’s Office to view and process your order.  The link to the authorization form will be at the end of your order.

If you experience any issues placing an order online, please contact Credentials Inc at 847-716-3005. 


Order Transcripts In Person

This option is only available for transcripts that will be picked up in person, or if the transcript needs to be sent to another office on campus. 

Visit the Registrar’s Office in the basement of Bunting Hall to complete a Transcript Request Form.  Transcripts ordered in person will be available for pickup by 4:00 PM the following business day. 

Unofficial Transcripts

This option is only available to current students who have access to Student Planning.

Unofficial transcripts carry neither the Registrar’s signature nor the College seal and are not official College documents. They are printed on plain paper. A summary of the academic transcript can be printed directly by the student through Student Planning by clicking on the Unofficial Transcript link from the Student Planning drop down menu.


Please note: If the Washington College Business Office, or another administrative office, has placed a “hold” on your student record, you must settle the account before the Registrar’s Office will produce your official transcript.