We offer free transcript evaluations when you transfer into Pathway. It is also free to order your Pathway transcript when you are ready to transfer out.
Sending in Transcripts
No, you don’t need to send your transcript in. You can go ahead and get started any time you want. The only reason we look at your transcripts would be to offer an evaluation to help you figure out which courses you still need to complete your credentialing requirements.
You won’t actually need to. Your district will require proof that you’ve completed all the requirements for credentialing. This means that there is a high chance your district will need transcripts from all schools where you have completed courses towards your credential. We also do not have the authority to accredit you for courses towards credentialing that were taken outside of Pathway since your district will have the final say in accepting your credits and combination of courses.
You send us your transcript and we will give you an unofficial evaluation of your academics to see your overall progress towards credentialing. Most students do not request for an evaluation if they know which courses they need to take, or if they’ve received an official evaluation from their district already. The main goal of our evaluation will be to help you find a starting point. Our evaluations are not official, and it will ultimately be your district office who will determine if you have the right combination of courses to apply for your credentials.
You can export a detailed report of your progress in the “Progress” section of your profile. Click here to see a short guide on where it is. Some districts will accept these and your certificates as unofficial transcripts.
To order your official Pathway transcript, work through the form below. There is no cost to request a transcript, and it only takes a few minutes. Other than Holidays, we usually respond to Transcript requests towards the end of the week.
Yes! Through our many transfer agreements, students have opportunity to transfer up to 36 credits into the pursuit of a Bachelor’s degree. For more info on our transfer agreements see our University Partnership page.