Transcript Request

Louisburg College transcripts can be requested through the National Student Clearinghouse using their online Transcript Request Form.

Ordering Process

Any student who attended Louisburg College after 1995 may select a transcript in either electronic or postal mail delivery format. Any student who attended Louisburg College in 1995 or prior will only be able to select transcripts in postal mail delivery format. Your transcript is the official, permanent, academic record of all the courses you have attended. The official transcript contains notations of degree pursued, degree earned, and academic honors received. 


  • Electronic Transcript Delivery - $9.25 
  • US Mail Delivery - $7.50
  • Hold for Pickup Delivery - $7.50
  • Express Mail (Second Business Day Delivery - Not Available to PO Boxes) - $9.50

You can pay for your transcript with any major credit or debit card. Your credit or debit card will be charged once your transcripts are sent. 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 about the pre-authorization, please contact your bank. Order updates will be emailed to you along with text messages if desired. You may also track your transcript order online..

Processing Time

Transcript processing time at Louisburg College takes three to four business days (not including the additional time for US Postal Mail delivery). Orders placed around holidays or peak periods, such as registration, will take longer to process. Please review the College’s academic calendar for holidays, registration days, and administrative office closings. Transcripts are not processed or mailed on days the College is closed. 

Financial Holds

Any financial hold will prevent a transcript order from being fulfilled. Louisburg College reserves the right to withhold academic transcripts in the event of an outstanding obligation owed, which includes a failure to pay tuition or outstanding balances, and/or a default on any federal student loan (including a Federal Perkins Loan). If a student has a hold on his/her account, the student will be given the contact information for the office that placed the hold and must clear the hold in order for transcript processing to proceed.