Online Transcript Requests
You can order your transcripts electronically through getmytranscript.org. Official transcript orders from Millikin University contain charges of up to $15.00 per transcript, including a $2.50 processing fee for transcript orders. Final charges will vary based on chosen delivery options per transcript. The Registrar’s Office will attempt to complete transcript orders in 24 to 48 hours; however, during peak times in the Registrar’s Office, such as Registration or Commencement, processing can be delayed up to one week.
You may upload additional documents (e.g. law school, scholarship applications, or resume) to be sent with your official transcript. You will be presented with the option while placing your order. The Registrar’s Office at Millikin University will accept PDF documents only. You may include instructions regarding these documents in the text box provided for that purpose. Other file types uploaded with your transcript request(s) will NOT be included with your order.
Past Due Debt Policy
Millikin is committed to student success. We acknowledge that financial barriers can impact student success, and as such, seek to work with students to overcome those obstacles. However, students are expected to monitor their account balance and meet their financial obligations to the University each term in order to remain in good financial standing. Payments not made by the statement due date will be subject to a $50 late fee. Students with a past due balance may have a financial hold placed on their account prohibiting registration in future terms. At the end of each academic term, it is expected that a student’s balance will be below the University’s established threshold of $2,000 to ensure course registration for subsequent term. Students are encouraged to meet with Student Financial Services at any point to help address their financial challenges.
The University will assign debts greater than $1000 to our third-party collection agencies for all non-enrolled students after at least three billing statements have been sent resulting in no payment or successful payment arrangement being made. Accounts placed with our collection agencies will be assessed an additional fee for collection up to 25% of the total balance due and a student will be required to satisfy any outstanding balance due before re-admission to the University.
In accordance with Illinois Public Act 103-0054, Millikin University will fulfill officialtranscripts requests from current or former students, even if the student owes a debt to:
• complete a job application;
• transfer from one institution of higher learning to another;
• apply for State, federal, or institutional financial aid;
• join the United States Armed Forces or Illinois National Guard; and/or
• pursue other postsecondary opportunities.
Official transcripts may be requested at www.getmytranscript.org. If the current or former student has a financial hold on their account, Millikin will send a confirmation form to the emailaddress provided on the transcript request for verification of the qualifying reason for the request. If the reason noted is consistent with one or more of the reasons mentioned in this section, thetranscript request will be processed. More information regarding transcript requests can be found at www.millikin.edu/registrar.
Diplomas are not withheld if a debt is owed to Millikin University.
Transcripts held for pickup or mailed to students are addressed as “Issued to Student” and are provided in a separate sealed envelope. They are considered official only if the envelope remains unopened.
You can pay for your transcript order, with any major credit or debit card. Your credit or debit card is not charged until your school sends your transcript(s). However, if you use a debit card, your bank may put a hold on your funds when we pre-authorize your payment. If you have questions on the pre-authorization, please contact your bank. Order updates will be sent to you via email and, if you choose text message. You can also track your transcript order online.