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Transfer of Credits
FAES courses can be accepted in transfer by U.S. colleges or universities, although students should not assume this without checking with the admissions officers of the receiving institution. Students who wish to work for an undergraduate, graduate, or higher degree, should consult the program officials at the institution from which they expect to receive a degree, and, if applicable, receive approval in advance for any FAES course that they plan to use toward a future degree.
Requesting Official Transcripts
To request an official transcript of academic records, click here to access FAES Academic Programs' online transcript ordering service. Transcripts are typically processed within 3-5 business days of receipt. Please note that the processing time for transcripts submitted on weekends and holidays will not start until the first business day after the weekend or holiday.
The cost of an electronic transcript is $10.00 per transcript. The cost of a paper transcript is $10.00 per copy, plus applicable mailing fees.
Requesting Unofficial Transcripts
To request an unofficial transcript of academic records, click here. Please note that academic records starting from AY2011-12 through Spring 2021 are also available for downloading in the Legacy FAES Student Portal. Transcripts are typically processed within 3-5 business days of receipt. Please note that the processing time for transcripts submitted on weekends and holidays will not start until the first business day after the weekend or holiday.
Unofficial transcripts are available at no cost.
FAES Academic Programs protects each student’s education record following the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974 of the federal government. Students at the FAES Academic Programs have the following rights:
- The right to inspect and review one’s own education records within 45 days of the day FAES receives a request for access.
- The right to request to amend one’s own education records if a student believes they are inaccurate or misleading.
- The right to limit the disclosure of personally identifiable information designated by FAES as directory information.