There are two types of academic records. An official transcript and an unofficial transcript. An official transcript is a certified, copy of your permanent academic record.
Currently we DO NOT have the ability to send official electronic transcripts. Please print out the Transcript Request form (PDF) and mail, fax, or email it to:
Office of the Registrar
125 W Cooper
Sterling, KS 67579
Fax 620-708-4332 email@example.com
Transcript request forms are also available on campus in the Office at the Registrar; located in the Kelsey Administration building.
There is a charge for each copy of your transcript.
We will not release any records without a handwritten signature.
Payment must accompany your request.
No one else may pick up your transcript without your written permission. We must have your authorization in writing identifying the person and your signature.
Please allow 2-5 business days for processing. Please also allow additional time during holidays or at the end of a semester.
Official transcripts will not be processed if there is any outstanding financial obligation to Sterling College account or if your student loans are in default.
Full social security numbers may appear on transcripts with courses taken prior to 1990.
What will prevent your transcript being issued:
Insufficient information on the transcript request form
Incorrect payment method (declined credit cards, insufficient information etc…)
You may access your unofficial transcript online by using the Student Information System: mySterling. There you may access your unofficial transcript, degree audit and specific class schedules. All you need to get started is your User Name (for most students this is their sterling email) and password. Issues with this process may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you attended prior to 1990 you will not be able to access an unofficial transcript.
Please note that students who attended our Continuing Ed program 1991-1997 will not be able to view unofficial transcripts online. To view a complete record of your grades you will need to request a transcript.
Other Program Transcripts
Mile High Ministry (Denver Urban Semester)
Please note that not all students who attended this program will have a Sterling College transcript. Only those who specifically registered and paid for the dual enrollment program will have a record.
The Tarkio College Continuing Education program closed in May, 1991. We house transcripts for those students who attended this program under the Sterling College name. (1991-1997) Post 1997 students should refer to Southwest Baptist University – Bolivar MO