Transcripts of your Henry Ford College coursework
The Registration and Records Office at HFC maintains the official, permanent academic record of every student who attends. This record is known as a transcript and is updated as grades are received.
HFC transcripts include all student credit coursework completed at the College, and any transfer credit issued. There are two types of academic college transcripts: official transcripts, and student copy transcripts.
An official transcript is sent directly from HFC to an external organization such as another college or an employer. An official transcript is currently printed on secure paper. In the spring of 2019, official HFC transcripts will be provided electronically, which will reduce wait time and improve service.
A student copy transcript is generated by the student, using HFC Self-Service, and is considered unofficial.
In some instances, academic institutions and employers who require former or current students to personally provide a transcript with an admission form or employment application will accept a student copy. An official transcript will probably be required after admission or employment.
How do I request a copy of my HFC Transcript?
If you need an unofficial copy of your transcript for personal use, log into HFC Self-Service and visit Unofficial Transcript.
If you need an official copy of your transcript sent to another institution or organization, log into HFC Self-Service and visit Transcript Requests. Please allow 1-2 business days for processing, and additional time for delivery. You must not have a financial balance with HFC or any other holds to have your official transcript(s) released.
For historical records that are not in the current system, students and graduates should email the Office of Registration and Records at firstname.lastname@example.org to have their records updated.
How do I know my Official Transcript request was processed?
To check the status of your official transcript request, log into HFC Self-Service and visit Transcript Requests.