What email do I send my transcript to for Clemson?
“Official” (or final official) transcripts are transcripts that are sent directly to Clemson University’s Graduate Admissions (Office of Graduate Admissions, E-209 Martin Hall, Clemson University, Clemson SC 29634) from the issuing institution.
Does Clemson require a transcript?
Your high school transcript is required to complete your application file. Please allow seven to 10 business days for the receipt of transcripts to be added to your application file.
How do I save an unofficial transcript as a pdf Clemson?
How do I save my unofficial transcript from iROAR to PDF?
- Open the document you want to save as a PDF.
- Choose File > Print.
- Click the PDF pop-up menu, then choose Save as PDF.
- Choose a name and location for the PDF file. Enter the information you want in the Title, Author, Subject, and Keywords fields.
Do I get to keep my Clemson email?
Google: Your Google account will be with you indefinitely. So you will be able to continue to use your Clemson gmail account after you graduate. Since your Google Drive storage is unlimited, it makes a good place to save the data that you will no longer have access to after you leave Clemson.
What’s the difference between official and unofficial transcripts?
What’s the difference between an OFFICIAL and an UNOFFICIAL transcript? An OFFICIAL [paper] transcript is printed on special, watermarked paper. Official paper transcripts are sent in a sealed, signature-stamped envelope. An electronic transcript which is printed then re-scanned in an email is considered UNOFFICIAL.
What do Unofficial transcripts look like?
Unofficial transcripts are printed on plain paper and do not have a college seal or registrar’s signature. Unofficial transcripts cannot be used to transfer to another college or university. Unofficial transcripts are issued for use by the student only.
Do employers accept unofficial transcripts?
Usually unofficial transcripts will suffice. If the agency needs official transcripts they will usually state so specifically.