Why do we use Parchment to send transcript?
SBA students are required to submit all transcript requests using Parchment. The most important reason that students are required to use Parchment is because it provides the benefit and security of being able to track the delivery of your transcript. Parchment provides a record of the date your transcript was ordered, the date it was received and downloaded by the college. There is no way to track transcripts mailed through USPS. Colleges receive tens of thousands of transcripts during their application season. It can take 4-6 weeks for a college to acknowledge and record the receipt of a transcript received through USPS. This causes stress for the applicant and a lot of extra work and phone calls for high school and college admissions counselors trying to locate "lost" transcripts. The electronic tracking information provided by Parchment is crucial when deadlines are an issue.
How Do I Send My Official SBA Transcript to a College or Scholarship Provider?
Alumni - beginning with the class of 2013 all students are registered to use Parchment and must use it to submit a transcript request. If you do not remember your username or password click FORGOT MY USERNAME or FORGOT MY PASSWORD on the Parchment log-in page to have it reset. If you've done this and still need assistance click HERE to go to the Parchment Help Center. If needed, go to the bottom right corner of the Parchment web page and click on Contact Us.
Alumni who graduated before the class of 2013 can go to the Academy website, click on ALUMNI > REQUEST A TRANSCRIPT and follow the directions on the form.
How do I send my official test scores?
Many colleges will require a copy of your test scores sent from the testing company. Go to the websites below to submit a request to send your official scores to every school that requires it.
Your ACT scores will appear on your SBA transcript. Some (not all) colleges will accept this in place of receiving official ACT scores directly from ACT. Some colleges will still require that you send your scores directly from ACT. Make sure you know what each college requires and order early so scores are received before the application deadline.
How do I send my IVCC transcript?
Ms. Bernabei does not have access to your IVCC transcript. Click HERE to go to the IVCC webpage to learn how to do this.