HOUSTON (May 17, 2019) – Texas Southern University has refined its process for current students and alumni requesting official university transcripts. With the click of a button, thanks to a partnership with the National Student Clearinghouse, a transcript can be delivered electronically without a visit to the campus registrar’s office.
“This is a win for both our current and former students,” said TSU president, Dr. Austin A. Lane. “In today’s environment, quick turnaround with maximum convenience is the expectation, so TSU is delivering upon that expectation. This is long overdue.”
Students will have multiple delivery options once they make the electronic request. The transcript can be handled electronically, via USPS first-class mail, or in-person pickup, if desired, on the second floor of the E.O. Bell Building. TSU does not release copies of transcripts received from other institutions.
To request an official transcript and to get more information, visit http://www.tsu.edu/registrar/transcript-request.
ABOUT TEXAS SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY
Texas Southern University (TSU) honors our designation as a special-purpose institution for urban programming and research. TSU is a comprehensive university providing higher education access to the nation’s underserved communities. TSU’s academic and research programs address critical urban issues, and prepares its diverse student population to become a force for positive change in a global society. TSU offers more than 100 undergraduate and graduate programs and concentrations – bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral and professional degrees – organized into 10 colleges and schools on a 150-acre campus nestled in the heart of Houston’s historic Third Ward. The University’s enrollment has a population of more than 9,700 undergraduate and graduate-school academic candidates. Texas Southern has been a distinguished educational pioneer since 1927, and the University has become one of the most diverse and respected institutions in Texas. TSU has positioned itself as a proactive leader in educating underserved students and many who are the first in their family to attend college.