Requesting Your Crown College Transcript
Please visit www.iwantmytranscript.com/crown to order your transcript (official or unofficial). Note that you will need to create an account the first time you visit the site. Use your primary email address and choose your own password (this site is not associated with your Crown network account). You will also need to complete and submit a signed consent form to Credential Solutions. This is a onetime requirement.
Crown College and Credential Solutions have partnered to provide twenty-four hour access to transcript ordering (for both paper and electronic transcripts) through a secure website. With this change comes the additional ability to send electronic transcripts. In addition, order updates will be emailed to you and you will be able to check your order status and order history online. Transcript requests are typically processed within 3-5 business days. Please allow additional time for mailing if requesting a paper copy.
A nominal fee is charged for ordering paper and electronic transcripts. The costs for transcripts when ordered through Credential Solutions are as follows: Paper Transcript — $5.00; Electronic Transcript — $3.00; Expedited Service — $20.00 surcharge plus the cost of the transcript and postage. Transcripts ordered in office instead of online start at $7.00.
Transcripts will only be sent if all outstanding financial obligations have been met. Electronic transcripts sent to the recipient are considered OFFICIAL upon delivery, but become UNOFFICIAL if passed on to another recipient.
If you have questions about the content of your transcript (courses, grades, degree, etc.), please contact the Crown College Office of the Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Requesting a Name Change
To change your name on your transcript, complete the Name Change Form and submit it to the Registrar’s Office with one form of legal documentation which includes but is not limited to one of the following: a copy of a marriage certificate showing the name change, a driver’s license, a social security card, or another legal document.