By Whitney Browneller, Copy Editor
CNM will be offering online transcript services to its students beginning May 2016, said Marketing and Communications Director Brad Moore.
Right now, if students want to get their transcripts they have to complete and sign a transcript request form, then submit it to CNM Student Records by either emailing, mailing, in person, or faxing the form over, Moore said.
The Transcript Request Form can be found at the following website, https://www.cnm.edu/depts/enrollment/documents/transcript_request_form.pdf, where students can print the form, Moore said.
Students must provide a copy of an official photo ID which would include either a current driver’s license, college issued ID, high school ID, or a government issued military ID, he said.
There is not an option to get a rush transcript but come May 2016, along with requesting a transcript, students will also be able to rush their order for an additional fee, he said.
The cost of an official transcript is $5.50 per copy, he said.
If students want a transcript faxed to another school, the cost is $10.00, Moore said.
“A transcript is not considered official when faxed.” he said.
Students will be able to pay online for their transcripts with the new transcript service but for now students either need to pay with a check, money order, credit card, or if students wish to pay with cash that must be done in person, Moore said.
Students may also pay for transcripts over the phone using a credit card by calling (505) 224-3471 anytime Monday through Friday between the hours of 8am to 5pm, he said.
According to the CNM webpage, transcripts are usually processed within two business days from the time that the request and payment were made.
For more information or questions regarding transcript services students may contact the records office at (505) 224-3202.
In order for a student’s official transcript to be released there must not be any holds on the student’s record.
Students who have holds on their record can contact the cashier’s office to discuss the account at (505) 224-3471.
Students may still obtain a copy of their unofficial transcript with a hold on their account but the copy is not considered official.
Current students who wish to obtain an unofficial transcript can do so on their own by visiting their myCNM account, according to CNM records office.
“A student transcript is documentation of a student’s permanent record which includes all courses completed, grades received and degrees and certificates conferred,” Moore said.
Complete and sign the Transcript Request Form and submit it using one of the following methods:
Send form as an attachment to:
Completed and Signed Form to:
CNM Student Records, Main Campus
525 Buena Vista SE
Albuquerque New Mexico 87106-4096
Fax completed Form to (505) 224-3237.
NOTE: Please remember to include your signature on the Transcript Request Form and a copy of an official photo ID is required.
The link to the Transcript Request Form: https://www.cnm.edu/depts/enrollment/documents/transcript_request_form.pdf
*According to CNM.edu