High School Equivalency Transcripts
Registration & Student Records Services does not process request for High School Equivalency Transcripts. If you earned a high school credential in North Carolina by completing the official High School Equivalency Test, visit the NC Community Colleges website for information on how to request an NC High School Equivalency Transcripts.
Adult High School Transcripts
Registration & Student Records Services does not process requests for Adult High School Transcripts. You can request a copy of your Adult High School Transcript by sending an email to [email protected]. The email should include the student’s name at the time of attendance, date of birth, year of completion and the complete address where transcript should be sent.
How to View/Print Your Unofficial Transcript Through WebAdvisor
- Login to WebAdvisor with your User ID and Password.
- Click on Current Curriculum Students.
- Click on Plan and Register under Academic Profile.
- Click on Student Planning.
- From the scroll-down menu, click on Unofficial Transcript.
Curriculum and Workforce Continuing Education Transcripts
Registration & Student Records Services provides official and unofficial transcripts upon written authorization from the student. Unofficial copies are provided at no charge. Official transcripts will be issued at a charge of $5.00 per transcript due at the time of the request when requested via mail or in person.
Transcripts may also be requested online via our service provider, the National Student Clearinghouse. Online transcript requests can be mailed or sent electronically, and will incur an additional convenience fee that is collected by the National Student Clearinghouse. Along with the Wake Tech fee of $5.00 for each transcript, a convenience fee of $2.25 for transcripts to be mailed, and $3.25 for transcripts to be sent electronically will be added by the Clearinghouse.
Transcript requests will not be processed, under any circumstances, for students who have any outstanding indebtedness to the College.
To protect each individual's privacy, a transcript request must be signed by the student or graduate. The request should include the following information: student identification number, date of birth, last four digits of social security number, and the dates the individual attended Wake Tech. Please make sure to enter your current address to avoid delays in receiving your transcript. Transcript requests may be submitted in person, by mail, or online.
To request a transcript online:
Click Here for the National Student Clearinghouse website
NEW: You can now request a PDF transcript to be sent electronically; click on the link above to access the National Student Clearinghouse website.
Please note that online transcript orders will not be processed until the signature sheet is returned to the National Student Clearinghouse as indicated in the ordering process. Nor will transcript orders be fulfilled if there are any financial holds on the student’s record.
In person requests for official and unofficial transcripts may be made at any of the following campus locations:
- Southern Wake (Main) Campus – Registration & Student Records, 243 Student Services Building
Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m.
Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
- Perry Health Sciences Campus – Student Services Center, HS2 Building
Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
- Northern Wake Campus – NB216
Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. / Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
You must bring photo identification to pick-up your transcript.
You may download a Request for Transcript Form and send it to the address below. You will need to attach a copy of a picture ID (Wake Tech ID, driver's license) to your request if sent by mail. Please mail to:
Registration & Student Records Services
Wake Technical Community College
9101 Fayetteville Road, Raleigh, NC 27603
Do not mail cash; send a check, or money order.
NOTE: In order to protect your privacy, Wake Tech cannot accept faxed transcript requests.
Printable Transcript Request Form
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