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Submit your official transcript request(s) online through Parchment Exchange, link is below, Bethel College’s secure transcript provider. The first time you visit this site, you will need to create an account, using the Register with Parchment Exchange link within the Sign Up portion of the page. If you created a Parchment Exchange identity previously, simply login using the Sign In portion of the page. 

Once your account has been setup, you may request your Bethel College transcript to be sent out by selecting the Request Transcript button underneath Bethel College. Choose a destination from the menu or type in an address yourself. There are options to have your transcripts sent after your final grades or degree are posted. There is a minimal fee per transcript which must be paid by credit or debit card.

Transcripts cannot be furnished for any student whose financial obligations to Bethel College have not been met. If your transcript is denied due to financial obligations, it is your responsibility to submit a new request form when your account is settled in the Business Office.

Cost of Bethel College transcripts depends upon mode of delivery. Electronic delivery to participating institutions is $3.00 per copy; paper delivery is $5.00 per copy. Payment is made with credit or debit card as part of the transcript request process.

Please read ALL instructions carefully!  Technical support is provided through the Parchment web site (not Bethel College) should you need assistance.

Transcript Ordering Guide for Parchment

Contact the Registrar’s Office via one of the following:

  • 574-807-7410
  • Visit the Registrar’s Office in the Huffman Administration Building, 1001 Bethel Circle, Mishawaka, IN 46545.


Click on the Student tab above, and then select the Student Information option on the left column. And then under Student Information click on View Academic Record. A printer friendly option is available for your convenience.

Student transcripts and records are maintained in compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), which means that any release of non-directory student information to anyone but the student must be authorized by the student.