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Speed College Admissions through Third-Party Ordering

by NSC Blog | Jul 27, 2020 | Service Updates, Transcript & Data Exchange Services, Transcript Ordering

Introducing Our Newest Transcript Service: Third-Party Ordering for Admissions

The Clearinghouse is excited to announce the availability of our newest transcript service, Third-Party Ordering for Admissions! Through this convenient new service, admissions officers can order transcripts on behalf of students who have been admitted or applied to their institution.

Ordering transcripts directly saves time and work for admissions personnel by eliminating the need to follow up with students to ensure transcripts are correctly received so the application or admissions process can be completed. Transcripts can be ordered by authorized admissions personnel, who have a signed student consent meeting the FERPA consent requirements, via our secure site in just three steps! Users can also log in to retrieve transcripts, track order status, and access reports of their completed requests at any time.

  • Electronic transcripts are securely delivered to the admissions office via the Clearinghouse’s secure exchange network, ETX Plus, where they can be quickly and easily downloaded. (If the admissions office already uses our Electronic Transcript Exchange network, they can be migrated to our more user-friendly version, ETX Plus.)
  • Printed transcripts are sent to the address designated by the admissions office by the sending institution or our print fulfillment service, SecurePrint℠ (if the sender participates), ensuring transcripts are directed where they need to go.

Third-Party Ordering for Admissions is available now. To learn more or sign up for this or any of the Clearinghouse’s Transcript Services, visit us here and submit the contact form to talk with your Clearinghouse Regional Director.

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