Requesting a Transcript

OCC partners with Parchment to provide official electronic and paper transcripts. A small fee (currently $3.50 for electronic transcripts and $6.00 for paper) is paid directly to Parchment with a debit or credit card. Expedited delivery of paper transcripts is also available for an additional fee.

Please note: we are unable to release your transcript if you have an outstanding financial obligation to the college.

Former Students

Former students may request an official transcript through the Parchment secure storefront by following these steps:

  1. Click here and create an account (email address required).
  2. Select Recipient (an organization, self or other individual).
  3. Select Document Type (electronic or paper—additional fee applies for paper).
  4. Select Delivery Method (if paper transcript—additional fee applies for expedited mail).
  5. Checkout and provide electronic consent to release your records.
  6. Provide payment information (major debit/credit cards accepted and charged when order is processed).
  7. Receive email updates as your order is processed.

Current Students

Current students may request an official transcript by logging on to my.occ.edu and following these steps:

  1. Go to the Registrar tab.
  2. Click on the Parchment link.
  3. Verify your name/address (required only the first time you log in to Parchment).
  4. Select Recipient (an organization, self or other individual).
  5. Select Document Type (electronic or paper—additional fee applies for paper).
  6. Select Delivery Method (if paper transcript—additional fee applies for expedited mail).
  7. Checkout and provide electronic consent to release your records.
  8. Provide payment information (major debit/credit cards accepted and charged when order is processed).
  9. Receive email updates as your order is processed.

Academics

On Campus

Your time at OCC will be marked by excellent Bible teaching, practical ministry training and a caring community.

On Campus

Online

Online learning delivers the same quality, biblical education and ministry training in flexible eight-week classes.

Online Learning

Cooperative Program

Our co-op program with Missouri Southern State University lets students earn bachelor's degrees from each school.

Co-Op Program

Library

The Seth Wilson Library holds nearly 100,000 books and audio-visual materials.

Seth Wilson Library

Academic Resource Center

The ARC offers extra academic assistance and special needs accommodations.

OCC Learning Center

Registrar's Office

Transcript request? Contact our registrar, who maintains all academic records.

Contact the Registrar
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