If you need proof that you are a student, one method is to order a transcript. There is a fee of $10 for each transcript. Transcripts can usually be produced in three to five working days.
How to order
Requests for a copy of your Anderson University official transcript may be submitted online through our Online Transcript Ordering service provided through the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC), a non-profit organization serving the higher education community. We encourage you to use this secure site to order your official transcript as it:
- Supports payment by credit card (fee varies based on delivery option choices)
- Allows you to order anytime – day or night
- Provides email and text communication with you while your order is being processed
- Permits you to track the status of your order online
Through this service, you can request your transcript order to be delivered to your chosen recipient via multiple methods: USPS mail, Hold for Pickup in the AU Registrar’s office, or FedEx. This service also allows us to send electronic transcripts in a PDF format. The electronic transcript link is valid for 30 days. Electronic PDF official transcripts must be delivered directly to the intended recipient. If you order a transcript to be sent directly to yourself, you will be unable to forward the electronic transcript to another recipient.
If other documents must be sent with your transcript, you will have the option to upload them at the time of your request.
Only use the Special Instructions field to communicate special circumstances regarding delivery methods or attachments. Do not use this field to request for additional information to be added to your official transcript (I.e., SSN, LSAC ID, etc.). We cannot alter information that prints on an official transcript.
LSAC and AMCAS applicants: The National Student Clearinghouse provides delivery of electronic transcripts directly to LSAC and AMCAS. When ordering an electronic transcript for delivery to LSAC, the individual is prompted to enter his or her LSAC account number. Individuals submitting a transcript to AMCAS need to provide both their AAMC ID and Transaction ID when ordering. There is no additional charge for this service.
If you have trouble ordering or retrieving your electronic transcript, please go to the National Student Clearinghouse Help Center and review their Help Topics.
Verification of Enrollment
If you need proof that you are a student, one of the ways the Registrar’s office can help is through a verification of enrollment. Verification of Enrollment can usually be produced on the same day.
Anderson University has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide both registration and degree verifications. This is the easiest way to obtain a verification instantly 24/7.
The National Student Clearinghouse can be contacted at degreeverify.org or by mail at
National Student Clearinghouse
2300 Dulles Station Boulevard
Herndon, VA 20171
Otherwise, requests for verification of registration must be made in writing and bear the student’s signature. Verification Request Forms are available in the Office of the Registrar, or you may print the form below.
All requests should include the following identification information:
- Student’s full name (including all names used while attending)
- Student’s ID number or Social Security number
- Address of person, school or company verification is being sent to
- Student’s signature
Verification Request Form
For current students, click here to submit a Verification Request Form.
For alumni, please print, complete, and submit the Verification Request Form when you send your own written request.
Office of the Registrar
1100 East 5th Street
Anderson, IN 46012-3495
Fax To: (765) 641-3015
Student Right to Know Act (SRTK)
Anderson University complies with the Student Right to Know Act which requires the University to disclose graduation or completion rates annually for the student body in general and athletes in particular.
All current students and prospective students may request from the Office of the University Registrar general information on graduation rates.
“Prospective student” means any person who has contacted the University requesting information concerning admission.
Contact us for information.
All undergraduate students are required to file a graduation application with the Office of the University Registrar at the end of the junior year. Please review the application and degree audit on AccessAU for the following information:
Be sure your name as shown on your academic record, is correct as printed. The name on your diploma should match your official University academic records on file in the Registrar’s Office.
Be sure your degree/major/minor information is correct. If not, you must contact the Office of the Registrar and have your degree objective changed BEFORE your graduation application is submitted.
All graduates must confirm with the University Registrar the address to which their diploma is to be mailed.
December and August Graduation
Students who complete their degree requirements during the previous December or in the coming August will be invited to attend the May ceremony. There is no separate commencement ceremony for summer or fall graduates.
There are two different graduation applications. One application is for students under the catalogs issued in 2014 or before, and the other is for students under the catalogs issued in 2015 and after.
Sign and date the application. Your signature along with an advisor’s signature must appear on the graduation application form before it is submitted to the Office of the Registrar.
It is very important for you to check carefully the degree information on your degree audit form. If your degree/major information is incorrect, you must contact the Office of the University Registrar and have your degree objective changed BEFORE your graduation application is submitted.
The Office of the University Registrar can assist you with notarizing your official transcript or diploma for the purpose of obtaining an apostille.
Detailed information about what the Indiana Secretary of State requires can be found online.
Indiana Secretary of State
302 W. Washington Street, Room E-018
Indianapolis, IN 46204
What is an Apostille?
An “apostille” is a form of authentication issued for documents that will be used in countries that participate in the Hague Convention of 1961. A list of countries that accept apostilles is provided by the U.S. State Department.
The Office of the Secretary of State provides apostille and authentication service to U.S. citizens and foreign nationals for documents that will be used overseas. Types of documents which can be authenticated include corporate documents such diplomas; transcripts; and letters relating to degrees.
IMPORTANT! Apostille certificates are issued by a state government only for documents which have been signed by a government official (or a Notary Public) of that same state.
In order to obtain an apostille you must provide the following information to the Indiana Secretary of State along with the document(s) to be authenticated:
An original signature;
An original signature and seal/stamp of a Indiana State Notary Public or records custodian; and
Cover Letter, which must include the following:
The name of the country where the documents will be sent. (Different countries require different certifications, and the documents cannot be certified without this information.);
A daytime phone number where the customer can be reached for questions; and
Information as to where the documents should be mailed after processing.
POSTAGE PAID ENVELOPE FOR DOCUMENT RETURN
There are no fees for apostille services.