where to request transcripts
Students may need a transcript for a variety of reasons. Colleges and universities require an unofficial student transcript when applying to their schools. Most institutions will require an official transcript before a student can be fully admitted to the school. Many scholarship applications will require an unofficial transcript to be sent to their organizations as part of the scholarship application. There are two ways students can order trancripts: Xello and Meeting Request
Xello <Applying to college>
If you are an Southeast senior and want to send your transcript to colleges or schools that you are applying to, you should utilize Xello. Please request your transcripts using your Xello login. Refer to the PDF at the bottom of this page for directions on "How to request transcripts on Xello". Xello allows you to send your unofficial high school transcript to universities/colleges in the United States for FREE! All transcripts are considered unofficial until you graduate from high school and your transcript shows a graduation date. Colleges require that transcripts be sent digitally directly from Southeast to be considered for official use. Xello meets the official sending requirement by post-secondary institutions. Recent graduates, we are able to send your transcript requests in Xello for free until August 1 after your graduation. If it is past August 1, please refer to the Southeast Alumni section below.
Personal Use or Scholarships <Not for colleges>
For all students wanting an unofficial copy of their Southeast transcript to review, please submit a request here.
Transfer your SE Transcript to Another HS
The Registrar maintains student records at Southeast. If you are transferring to another high school the Registrar at your new school will have to send our Registrar an official request. We cannot send student records without that request. Our fax number is (316)973-2755.
Please contact the Student Records Office at www.usd259.org/Page/8826 for more details.
Order Transcripts from Colleges
National Student Clearinghouse
Have you taken concurrent or dual credit classes during high school? Then, you need to send your college transcript(s) to the college you plan to attend after high school. If so, use the National Student Clearninghouse Transcript portal. Here, you can order transcripts from WSU Tech, Newman, Friends, and other colleges that offer dual credit at Southeast. You can also visit each college's website to order them individually.