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Transcript Requests

Overview

All transcript request from Rogers High School are done electronically, we have partnered with Parchment as a transcript service.  Parchment is a self contained transcript service; it is secure and open 24/7.  Transcripts will be sent directly to the admissions office or to the location of your choice.  Current students will receive Official Transcripts at no charge, there will be a small fee for Alumni transcript requests.  **Please note that a handling fee will be applied for US mail.  

To begin your transcript order click here:   

Order Records


Transcript orders will be processed within 1-2 business days during the school year and weekly during summer break.  

CLICK HERE FOR INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO CREATE A PARCHMENT ACCOUNT OR REQUEST A TRANSCRIPT

How to order a college transcript

from concurrent college courses taken at RHS:

 

HOW TO TRANSFER COLLEGE CREDITS EARNED AT RHS:

(For courses taken in 2022-2023 and later)

To transfer the college credits to your college, you must request an official transcript directly from Pine Technical & Community College, St Cloud State University or Univ. of MN-Twin Cies. Follow the directions below to request that a transcript be sent directly to your college.

Pine Technical College & St. Cloud State University

Pine Technical College and St Cloud State are part of the MnSCU system. You will need your Student/Tech ID or Social Security # to complete your order. Student # can be found by logging into eServices.

  • Pine Technical College:

www.pine.edu/transcripts

  • St. Cloud State University:

www.stcloudstate.edu/srfs/transcripts/default.aspx

 

University of Minnesota

https://onestop.umn.edu/academics/transcripts

For courses taken prior to the 2022-2023 school year, check out this document for information on how to transfer your college credit earned while you were at RHS. 

*Please note that a student must have applied to one of these schools and registered for the course with that school in order to receive college credit for that course* 

Requesting AP Credits

If you took an Advanced Placement test during high school, your AP score could earn you college credit or advanced placement (meaning you could skip certain courses in college).  Use this TOOL to search your post-secondary institution's AP credit policy. 

Log into your CollegeBoard account to SEND YOUR SCORES to the college of your choice.

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