Visit our return to campus plan for information on safety protocols and health guidelines, including daily symptom reporting and asymptomatic testing.

Transcript Requests

The Registrar’s Office has partnered with the National Student Clearinghouse to provide an online ordering service for processing transcript requests. The National Student Clearinghouse offers electronic and printed transcripts.

National Student Clearinghouse Link

If you have trouble accessing the website using the Request Transcripts button below, please copy and paste this link into your browser:

https://tsorder.studentclearinghouse.org/school/ficecode/00212100

Transcript Request Policies

How to Order a Transcript »

Transcript Ordering FAQs »

Electronic transcript requests are typically processed within hours of the request, as long as your account is not on hold. Mailed transcript requests are typically processed within one business day. Please plan accordingly.

Transcripts requests cannot be processed for students who have certain holds on their account; this includes students who have an accounting hold due to an outstanding balance with Student Financial Services. When you request your transcript from the National Student Clearinghouse, if your account is on hold, you will receive a message informing you that you must clear the hold within 30 days for your request to be processed. You are not charged until your transcript is sent.

When requesting a transcript, if you do not know your student ID number, please use your social security number or look at your bill on the Babson Hub under the SFS quick link to find your student ID number.

Students that attended courses or completed their Babson MBA at the San Francisco campus can obtain their transcript via the electronic process stated above. If San Francisco students would like access to their full student record please email gradacademicservices@babson.edu.

Please email the Registrar’s Office to request your transcript if you:

  • attended or graduated from Babson College before 1990, or 
  • need a notarized transcript.