Students who plan to attend another college or who are applying for employment may be required to submit a transcript of their Normandale coursework with their application. An exception to this policy is a student transferring to another MnSCU institution, due to a system-wide initiative that allows campuses to retrieve transcripts from other MnSCU colleges and universities on the student's behalf. Students should contact the receiving institution for information about their transcript retrieval procedures.
In compliance with regulations under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 and the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act, Normandale cannot honor telephone or emailed requests for transcripts. All transcript requests must be completed in writing in person, by mail, or by fax or online with a signed consent form.
For an $8 per-transcript fee, transcripts will be sent by regular, First Class mail within five business days of the date the request was received. For $15 per transcript, transcripts will be sent by regular, First Class mail within one business day of the date the request was received, or, during business hours, students can obtain their transcripts in person at the time of their request. Students who wish to obtain their transcripts in person must provide photo identification.
Normandale has partnered with the National Student Clearinghouse to provide students with the option of ordering a transcript online. Students create a personal profile, submit their requests, pay by credit card, then print and sign the order consent form. Once the Clearinghouse receives the consent form, Normandale processes the order within the same timelines listed above. Ordering transcripts online allows students to track the progress of their requests. Students can request their transcripts online at www.getmytranscript.com. Transcript costs are slightly lower when ordered through the Clearinghouse.
Students can print the Normandale transcript request form from www.normandale.edu/records or request a transcript by letter. The letter must include the student’s name, Social Security or Student ID number, address, telephone number, the address to which the transcript is to be sent and the student’s dated signature.
Payment may be submitted by check, money order, cash (only if requested in person) or credit card (VISA, MasterCard, Discover, or bank debit card). Credit card payments must include the month and year of the card’s expiration.
Mail transcript requests to:
Students may also request their transcript by fax at 952-358-8235. Credit card payment is required with faxed transcript requests.