The University Records Office considers it a privilege to serve every student who attends Trinity International University. Whether you’re planning a short visit for a summer class or anticipating graduation with a Trinity degree, we look forward to meeting you.
University Records is part of the Enrollment Management Team and maintains Trinity students’ academic records, coordinates web registration and web adds/drops, generates enrollment certification, provides transcript services, maintains student demographic information including permanent and local addresses, majors, degree programs, class standing, and related academic information.
The official academic record for every student at Trinity is the Academic Transcript. An important Records Office service for Trinity Graduates and current students is to process and mail this important document to other universities or future employers. The following information will help you do this.
Under the federal regulations of FERPA, which govern release of your confidential academic record, a transcript request must be submitted in writing with your signature. Based on these regulations, your signature indicates to Trinity Records the required approval for release of your confidential academic information. Trinity International University maintains compliance to these federal regulations.
Transcript requests should be submitted to University Records in the Trinity CentralOffice. Due to the increased processing at the beginning or end of semesters, theTranscript Coordinator may need up to 15 business days to fulfill requests during those periods.
If you have any outstanding financial obligations to the University, your transcript will be on hold for up to 14 business days until the obligation is met. You will be contacted and the request will be made void after 14 business days if your account is not cleared or you have provided missing information. Please contact University Records in the TrinityCentral office if you have any questions regarding your financial obligations.