The Registrar’s Office keeps a transcript of all courses, internship or practicum, and SIS registered for, as well as withdrawals after deadline (WD) and No Credit (NC)s incurred. Students may view their own academic credit histories (aka working transcript or credit report) at any time through myAntioch.
Official transcripts are issued with the seal of the University, and list only those courses and internships where credit has been awarded, and for internship and practica, a V-sheet is on file in the Registrar’s Office. Licensing agencies, school certification offices and other universities almost always require official transcripts.
All transcripts are issued by the Registrar at Antioch University New England. Official transcripts must be requested in writing, and cost $5.00 each for graduates, Continuing Education (non-matriculated) and withdrawn students and $3.00 each for current degree-seeking (matriculated) students. A check for the proper amount, made out to Antioch University New England, must be presented at the time of the request. Unofficial transcripts (similar to the credit report or working transcript, viewable on my.antioch.edu) list all courses In Progress (IP), as well as Withdrawal After Deadline (WD) and No Credits (NC). Unofficial transcripts (available to current students only) must be requested in writing. Please visit the Registrar’s Office webpage for further information on ordering transcripts.
Please Note: Requests for substantive changes to a student’s transcript, i.e., those involving the inclusion or exclusion of courses, including assignment of No Credit (NC)s and unofficial drops, must be made within one calendar year from the end of the semester in which the course appears. After one year, no requests for changes will be considered.
Student Accounts Office Note: To receive a transcript, your student account must be in good standing. For graduates, this means that your account is paid in full. Current students must have a zero balance, an approved payment plan in good standing through Tuition Management Systems, or a balance that is covered by approved Financial Aid.
In the unlikely event that Antioch University New England should cease operations, pursuant to New Hampshire Revised Statutes RSA 292:8 kk, student records (transcripts) will be transferred, after the closing, by the Registrar to the New Hampshire Post-secondary Education Commission for permanent storage and access for all graduates and withdrawn students. Procedures for obtaining transcripts from any closed NH college or university are detailed at the NH Postsecondary Commission’s website.