Request a Transcript

Request a Transcript

Each transcript is $5.00.

Current Students

You may submit your request and make payment through your myMU portal. You can use this option by selecting the "Request Forms" tab and follow the steps on the transcript request link. Please note that you must have a credit or debit card to submit a transcript request.

Former Students

Requests for transcripts must be made in writing. Requests have to include your signature and payment and must be made prior to processing. The following link will take you to the web site that has the Transcript Request Form (public) and payment page: Transcript Request & Payment.

Once you have made your payment, you can fax your request directly to the Registrar's Office at (910) 630-7410, email it to registrar@methodist.edu, or mail it to Registrar's Office, 5400 Ramsey Street, Fayetteville NC 28311. Processing of transcripts takes 5-7 business days. If you have any questions, please call (910) 630-7318.

Note

Your official high school and prior official college transcript(s) must have been received by Methodist University in order to process your request. An official transcript is one that has been issued by an institution and received by Methodist University in an envelope sealed by the issuing institution. The transcript will contain the official school seal or stamp and signature of the Registrar. Transcripts received from secure, recognized electronic document delivery systems are also considered official.

VIEW MORE

"Impressionism to Modernism: Masterworks of Early Photography"

Methodist University and the David McCune International Art Gallery are pleased to present "Impressionism to Modernism: Masterworks of Early...

B.F. Stone Lyceum: "Donald Trump's Fayetteville"

Donald J. Trump's presidential campaign was unlike any other in American history, and will be remembered alongside Andrew Jackson's tumultuous election...

Foreign Film Series: "Where Do We Go Now?"

Director: Nadine Labaki
Lebanon, 2011

Christians and Muslims lived peacefully together for years in this small Lebanese village, but...