Truman Early College: Transferring Credit and Requesting Transcripts
Checking Truman Course Grades:
You can view your grade by logging into Truview, selecting Student under the “Tools” section, clicking on “Courses & Grades Tool” and then “Final Grades.”
High School Course Grade (if applicable):
If students are enrolled in an associated high school class (Competency-Based Mathematics Model 1 or Dual Credit Calculus), high school grades are assigned by the high school teachers at their discretion. Students taking on campus Truman courses or online Truman courses may receive high school credit for their Truman classes, but assigning such credit is at the discretion of the high school.
What a Grade of “NS” Means:
In dual credit or Competency-Based Mathematics classes held at partner schools most high school classes do not conform to Truman’s semester schedule. Grade entry may be required for Truman students before your semester has ended. Thus, Truman will record a grade of NS (not submitted) until the point at which your final grade is submitted.
Truman Grade Point Average:
Grades earned in Competency-Based Mathematics courses will affect the university GPA of students who later choose to attend Truman.
Each student that signs up for a Competency-Based Mathematics course will have a Truman transcript that lists the course they signed-up for and the grade they earned – just like a regular Truman student.
- Unofficial Transcripts: Students can view and print their unofficial transcripts by following the same process to view their final grades (listed above), except they will click on “View Transcripts” instead.
- Official Transcripts: Students can request their official Truman transcript to be sent to them or to a third party (such as a college or university to which they wish to apply) by visiting the Registrar’s transcript request page.
Note: Students who have not paid their account balance in full will have a hold placed on their account that will prevent them from being able to send their transcript until their balance is paid.
Transferring Truman Credit:
Students who complete a Competency-Based Mathematics Course with a grade of C or higher can transfer the credit to any school that accepts Truman State University credit. Students in all other courses can transfer grades at any level. Acceptance of the transfer credit is at the discretion of the receiving college or university.
To determine whether or not a certain school will accept transfer credit for these courses contact the registrar’s office at the school and provide them with the course description. All colleges and universities in the State of Missouri that participate in “Core 42” must accept credit that meets that designation. Other courses are widely transferrable, but may or may not meet a school’s degree requirements.
To transfer credit to another school, you should first contact the school’s registrar’s office to determine to what address you must send your official transcript and what process the school requires you to complete in order to submit credit for transfer (they may require you to fill out forms, meet with an advisor, etc.).