A transcript contains records of all courses taken, and grades and credit received. Official Landmark College transcripts, bearing the college seal and the Registrar's signature, will be released only upon written request of the student or alumni, in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974.
Transcripts may be withheld by order of an appropriate college official if any financial or other obligation to Landmark College remains unmet.
It is the policy of Landmark College that its official transcripts, bearing the College seal and the Registrar's signature, be released only upon written request. Only a current student or former student may request his or her transcript, and the student's signature will be required to process orders. Emailed and phone requests are not accepted, and other individuals may not request transcripts on behalf of a student.
Official Transcript Orders
Landmark College processes official transcript orders through the National Student Clearinghouse. Both paper and electronic PDF transcripts are available.
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Transcript fees and processing times
Students may obtain unofficial transcripts through Self-Service, or by signed request submitted to the Registrar's Office.
Psycho-Educational Evaluations and Medical Records
Landmark College maintains a seven-year archive of student files from the current semester. Students may formally request copies of their psycho-educational evaluation and testing through the Registrar’s Office by submitting a Release of Information Authorization form. Please note, Landmark College can only release these documents directly to the student and not to a third party (i.e., any individual, agency, or organization).
In accordance with the Family Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974, it is the policy of Landmark College to provide students with the right to limit the dissemination of their educational records, and to inspect and review such records to ensure their accuracy. Except as allowed under the act, Landmark College will not release personally identifiable educational records of students to any individual, agency, or organization without prior written consent of the student.
Landmark College accepts the Association on Higher Education and Disability’s (AHEAD) interpretation of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) regarding disability-related information. Specifically, disability-related information “should be treated as medical information and handled under the same strict rules of confidentiality as is other medical information. This includes the comprehensive documentation from an appropriate source that persons with disabilities are often required to provide to establish the existence of their disability and their need for accommodation or consideration” (emphasis added).*
AHEAD further maintains that:
"In the U.S., the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), also known as the Buckley Amendment, provides students with access to their own educational records... Treatment records of a physician, psychiatrist, psychologist, or other recognized professionals are exempt from disclosure under FERPA" (emphasis added).**
The medical records, including psycho-educational evaluations and related information, are therefore not part of the educational record of the student, and may not be disclosed. As detailed in 34 CFR Part 99, Subpart A, the term ‘education records’ does not include “Records on a student who is 18 years of age or older, or is attending an institution of postsecondary education, that are... made or maintained by a physician, psychiatrist, psychologist, or other recognized professional or paraprofessional acting in his or her professional capacity or assisting in a paraprofessional capacity.” **
In accordance with federal law, Landmark College will not transfer, release, disclose, or otherwise offer for inspection for any purpose those records that are exempt from disclosure under FERPA, specifically including psycho-educational and related records.
* From the Association on Higher Education and Disability’s pamphlet “Confidentiality and Disability Issues in Higher Education” (2001).
** From the Association on Higher Education and Disability’s pamphlet “Confidentiality and Disability Issues in Higher Education” (2001).
Full information on FERPA regulations