Student Academic Records
- Change of Contact Information
- Current Students – Change of Name
- Concurrent Enrollment Agreement
- Request for Incomplete
- Independent Study Application – Graduate Programs
- Educational Foundations Registration
- Non-Matriculated Student Registration
- Petition for Exception to Policies & Procedures
- Satisfactory Academic Progress Standing Appeal
- Request to Prevent Disclosure of Directory Information
- Request to Rescind Hold on Disclosure of Directory Information
- FERPA Authorization
- Undergraduate Program Forms
- Education Program Forms
- MACP Program Forms
- PSYD Program Forms
- International Student Forms
- Optional Practical Training (OPT) Forms
- Curricular Practical Training (CPT) Forms
How can I obtain a GPA equivalent?
To request a GPA equivalent letter, please complete the GPA Equivalent Request Form or contact the Student Services Office at firstname.lastname@example.org. Individuals can also request a GPA equivalent letter when ordering official transcripts by indicating you want a letter in the Special Instructions section of the National Student Clearinghouse Transcript Request form.
How do I order an official AUSB transcript?
Antioch University Santa Barbara has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide online transcript ordering services to our current and former students.
To order an official transcript, please visit the AUSB National Student Clearinghouse Transcript Ordering Center.
If you need help or have questions about the National Student Clearinghouse’s transcript ordering service, please feel free to contact them via email at email@example.com or by phone at 703.742.7791.
How do I order an unofficial AUSB transcript
Students with an Antioch email account can request unofficial copies of their transcripts by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. Unofficial transcript requests sent to the records account are returned as a PDF document to the student’s Antioch email account.
Alumni and former students who no longer have an Antioch email account will need to request an official transcript at www.getmytranscript.com.
How does a third party verify degree status?
Antioch University Santa Barbara has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) to act as its agent for the verification of degree conferral and enrollment status. Third parties who wish to verify degrees and/or enrollment, please select the “Order-Track-Verify” menu tab on the NSC website: http://www.studentclearinghouse.org/.
If you have any questions regarding enrollment and/or degree verifications, please feel free to contact NSC directly at
Phone: (703) 742-4200
FAX: (703) 742-4239
Can I have a transcript downloaded or sent electronically?
If you choose PDF delivery when placing an order for a transcript through the National Student Clearinghouse, an instructional email and password will be sent to the recipient so please make sure that you provide a valid email address for the person/company receiving your transcript. The PDF transcript will remain available to the recipient for 30 days from the date that your order is closed. Stay in touch with the recipient to ensure that it is picked up and printed within that time. If it is not picked up by the recipient and printed within 30 days, your order will expire and you will be required to re-purchase the service.
Please keep in mind that an PDF transcript sent to you, or a transcript faxed to you, and printed by yourself for another party is not considered an official transcript by many recipients. Please make sure that your recipient is in agreement with this type of delivery if you are considering delivering the document yourself.
How much does an official transcript cost?
An official transcript without narrative assessments is $10.00. An official transcript with narrative assessments is $15.00. Please note that there is a $2.25 National Student Clearinghouse processing charge in addition to the amounts listed above.
Do letter grade equivalents appear on the transcript?
Letter grade equivalents do not appear on the transcript; they appear on the narrative evaluation, if requested by the student by completing the Letter Grade Equivalent Request form.