Transcript Requests (Concurrent Credit)

  • How do I request a College Transcripts?

    Once students are accepted into a college, they will require an OFFICIAL college transcript after graduation to determine how their concurrent credit courses will transfer.  This request will go directly the college/university where the class was taken or taken through.

    A few things to keep in mind:

    • Many students have college credits from many different colleges and will need to request a transcript from EACH college they have taken concurrent credit classes through.

    • College Transcripts are separate and different from Centennial High School Transcripts.

    • CHS does not have access to college transcripts and CHS counselors do not track college credits.

    College of Western Idaho / $7 Each - Once grades are submitted, you can request official transcripts. Students can request a download of their transcripts through their MyCWI accounts beginning fall semester of 2014. The cost for requesting a transcript through MyCWI is $7.00.

    Boise State University / $10 for Mail or $11 Electronic - Students with myBoiseState access should order and pay for their official transcripts online through their myBoiseState account.To order an official transcript through myBoiseState:

    1. Log in to your myBoiseState account,

    2. Select Student View (or select Student at the top of the page),

    3. Select Student Center in the right sidebar, in your Student Center, select My Academics, and then select Request Official Transcripts.

    Northwest Nazarine University / $10 Each - Before ordering a transcript, please verify that your high school teacher has posted your grades to the NNU portal.  You may contact us at (208) 467-8548 or contact your high school instructor.

    University of Idaho / $12.50 Each - Requires a Transcript Request Form

    College of Sourthern Idaho / Mail ($7)/Credit Card Option - Click Here 

    Idaho State University / $10 each - Order online through The National Student Clearing House. See ISU Website for more details:

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