The Office of the Registrar manages all student academic records, including transcripts, for all campuses of Franklin Pierce University. Transcript requests are made online via the National Student Clearinghouse. For past students, you may also reorder your diploma, or learn how to have your degree verified. You may also visit the Registrar's Office page for more information.
Transcript requests generally require up to 3 business days for processing. Please note:
Our University Calendar can be found online here.
Franklin Pierce University currently offers the following delivery options for official transcripts:
When placing your order, please have the following available:
FedEx orders must be received by the Registrar’s Office before 10am to be mailed overnight. Otherwise all FedEx orders will be mailed overnight the following business day.
Electronic PDF transcripts are available to students who attended 1995 and later. If your order is cannot be completed as an electronic PDF transcript, you will be contacted for a mailing address and the $1.75 processing fee will be removed from your order.
Pick-up: Orders may be picked up at Franklin Pierce University’s Registrar's Office, DiGregorio Building, Upper Level, 40 University Drive, Rindge, NH 03461-0060. Our normal office hours are 8:00 am-4:30 pm Monday through Friday. Please call (603) 899-4068 ahead to be sure that our office is open. A photo ID is required for all transcript pick-ups; a signed authorization is required from the student for transcripts to be picked up by a third party.
Please check with your recipient before ordering an electronic PDF transcript. Not all schools (at this time) accept electronic PDF transcripts.
You will need to be financially clear with the University in order to have transcripts released. If you have any questions, please contact Student Financial Services toll-free (877) 372-7347.
You may attach a pdf document to be delivered with your official transcript. Some examples of a valid document include: scholarship applications, AMCAS and LSAT forms, etc. The University assumes no responsibility for the readability of the document.