Transcript of Record
The Registrar prepares, maintains, and
permanently retains a record of each student’s academic work. Student
files of pertinent documents are maintained up to five years following
the last date of attendance. Students may view their documents in the
Office of the Registrar.
The permanent record is the
transcript, which reflects all undergraduate and graduate work completed
at Hendrix College and work completed at other institutions but applied
toward the student's Hendrix degree. It lists chronologically the courses, units,
grades, cumulative GPA, and total units.
Official transcripts bearing the Hendrix College seal and
the Registrar’s signature will be sent via first-class mail to other
schools, institutions, or agencies, upon written request by a student or
alumnus. To request an official transcript one should complete a
“Transcript Request” form (available at the Office of the Registrar or write to the
Office of the Registrar (Attn: Transcripts, Hendrix College, 1600
Washington Avenue, Conway, AR 72032). Requests and completed forms may
also be emailed from a Hendrix email address to email@example.com
or faxed to (501) 450-1420. Requests must include the student’s name
while in attendance at Hendrix, their Social Security Number and/or student
I.D. number, dates of attendance, their current phone number, and their
signature for release. Transcripts may also be requested by students
with an active Campus Web account by accessing their Campus Web account
and clicking on the “Transcript Request” link under Academics.
Requests made in this manner will follow the same processing procedures
as requests made in writing. Official transcripts are not available to
students who have any outstanding financial or administrative
obligations to the College.
Transcripts and first-class mail are provided free of charge as a service to students and alumni.
Transcripts are usually mailed within three to five business days,
though a student may request that mailing does not occur until grades
are posted. Other special methods of delivery may be available by
request for an additional charge. Transcripts of work completed
elsewhere must be requested directly from the campus or institution
Unofficial transcripts for personal or
on-campus use are available through the same transcript request
procedures. Any transcript that is sent by fax is considered
unofficial. Students who are currently enrolled may obtain and print an
unofficial transcript through their campus web account.