A transcript is a complete record of all courses taken and grades received at Moraine Valley. Letter grades earned in developmental and remedial courses will appear on the transcript, but the grades earned in these courses will not be calculated in the GPA that appears on the transcript.

Moraine Valley offers online transcript ordering available to students 24/7 using technology provided by Parchment. Parchment is one of education’s most trusted intermediaries for electronic records. Students are able to request and track their transcripts online via Parchment.

Moraine Valley will process the student's official transcript to any college, university, agency, or person named. There is a $9 online and $15 for an in-person fee per transcript service.

Requests for transcripts can be made:

Online: If you have an account with Parchment from a previous institution (i.e., high school, college), you can use the same credentials to log in.

In-person: Forms are available in the Cashier’s Office, Building S, Room S105. The cashier will direct students for transcript pick-up.

Unofficial transcripts may be viewed by current students through MVConnect.

Release of Transcripts with past due balance: 

Due to Student Debt Assistance Act (public act 102-0998),  

If you have a current balance, you may still request an unofficial transcript. An electronic copy will be sent directly to you.  

If you have a current balance, you may still request an official transcript be released directly to an employer. There is a $9 online processing fee per transcript.  

Duplicate Diploma Request

Graduates in need of a duplicate or replacement diploma can request one by printing, completing and returning a Duplicate Diploma Request form by mail along with a check or money order. Please be aware that official transcripts will show a degree or certificate has been earned.

Reverse Transfer of Credit Request

Students who earned at least 15 credit hours at Moraine Valley before transferring to a public university in Illinois can request a transcript evaluation to determine if the reverse transfer of credit would result in the conferral of an associate's degree. Students must have earned at least 60 credit hours from their university. Moraine Valley will evaluate the university transcript and determine if credits will fulfill any remaining degree requirements at Moraine Valley. Public university students should contact their university Registrar’s office to learn more about participating. For more information, please contact the Records Office at (708) 974-5730 or Admissions at (708) 974-5355.