Electronic transcripts (e-transcripts) are official transcripts that are submitted to a third party through a secure process. Each transcript is validated through a digital and certified signature by Metropolitan Community College. All e-transcripts are identical to a paper transcript; the only difference is the delivery method. The recipient's email address is required to utilize this service. Please make sure that you obtain the correct email address and verify it with the recipient.
Recipients will receive an email with instructions on how to retrieve the e-transcript from our secure website.
E-transcripts are processed within one to two business days (Monday through Friday, excluding days when the College is closed), provided there are no holds on a student's account. Students may submit an e-transcript request 24/7, but transcripts will not be processed until the next business day. Additional processing time may be required after the end of the quarter.
Paper transcripts are official transcripts that are printed on security paper. The recipient's complete postal address is required.
Paper transcripts are processed within the five to seven business days' time period; allow additional processing time during high volume periods (end or start of term, graduation, etc.).
To Order an E-Transcript or Paper Transcript Online:
Current and former students can order an official transcript online through the National Student Clearinghouse. There is a minimal charge for each transcript.
Currently, we are experiencing technical difficulties with transcript ordering. If you receive a message stating, it’s unable to find your record, Please mark NO, under “Do you want to edit the personal information you entered above?” You should be able to proceed in ordering your transcript.
If you have placed your transcript order and have not received notification of a completed order within the timeframes listed when ordering, contact MCC Registrar's Office at 531-622-2353.
To Track your Transcript Order Status Online:
Utilize the Transcript Order Status Tool. You will need the transcript order number sent in your order confirmation email and the email address you used to place the order.
If you are having technical difficulties ordering a transcript through the National Student Clearinghouse, please contact them directly at (703) 742-4200 or by email to email@example.com.
Omaha Tech students:
Students who need a copy of their Omaha Tech transcripts should contact the Registrars Office for assistance. Registrars staff can be reached by phone at 531-MCC-2353 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
GED transcript requests:
All requests must be made through the Nebraska Department of Education. You can access GED transcript information through Nebraska Adult Education and GED. For more information on GED programs, please visit the MCC GED Program page.
CNA course taken before 2006:
Requests must be made through the Department of Continuing Education as the course was non-credit and transcripts were issued by them.
All business office holds need to be resolved before a transcript is released. The Registrars Office cannot release holds placed by other departments due to financial obligations to the College. Please contact the appropriate department if you have a hold.
Additional attachments/documents must be submitted at the time the transcript request is made. They cannot be faxed, emailed or sent in separately.
All transcript requests require a student's signature; therefore, requests by phone or email are not accepted.
Metropolitan Community College does not fax transcripts to other institutions, students or businesses.
Unofficial Transcripts Request
Current students who require an unofficial transcript can print a copy from their self-service portal.
Former students who are requesting a copy of their unofficial transcript must complete the Release of Unofficial Transcript form. Signature is required.
In person requests: Students who request a copy of their unofficial transcript in person at a Student Services location do not need to complete the Release of Unofficial Transcript form; however, they must present a valid photo ID.