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In order to comply with the safety recommendations implemented by our county and state government to practice social distancing due to COVID-19, we strongly encourage ordering of official transcripts online.

  • All PDF transcripts ordered online through Credentials Inc will cost $2.60 each
  • All Mailed transcripts ordered online through Credentials Inc will cost $2.60 + additional processing charge of $2.50, total $5.10 each
  • If you have questions, please contact us at

Requests made through Credentials Inc are available for current and former students*.

*Note: Course work taken prior to Fall 1995 may not appear on the computer system. These requests may be delayed significantly at this time.

  • Advantages to Ordering Transcripts Online
    • Expedite your order
    • Authorize and process your credit card payment
    • Facilitate the authorization to release student records, as required by law
    • Provide email communication while your order is being processed
    • Provide customer assistance from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm CST Monday - Friday and 7:00 am to 6:00 pm Friday, by calling (847) 716-3005
    • Allow you to submit your request any time day or night
    • Confirmation email sent when transcript order is complete
  • Online Transcript Requests Credentials Inc

    Requests made through Credentials Inc are available for current and former students*.

  • Self Service Banner Transcript Request

    Current Students can request a transcript through their Self-Service Banner.

    *Please note: Course work taken prior to 1995 may not appear on the computer system. Processing for these orders may take from three to seven days to complete. During peak times, or for especially old records, this may take upwards of two weeks to complete.

    Available options for retrieving transcript:

    • Standard mail delivery
    • Pick up

    There is no service fee if you are ordering no more than 5 transcripts in a long semester.

    To order transcripts online, click the link and log in to Self Service Banner. Please use your Banner ID and your PIN to log in.

  • In Person Requests
    Transcripts can be ordered in person in the Wimberly building on the Lamar University Campus. Found on the first floor, room 112. Complete the request form here and bring it with you or at the counter. Don't forget your photo ID.  Generally, these request can be processed while you wait.
  • Mail or Email Requests

    Download and complete the Transcript Request form. Include a visible copy of your photo ID. 

    If emailing the request, send to, make sure to include the following information:

    • Full name
    • Student identification number
    • Date of birth
    • Approximate dates you attended
    • Where you would like the transcript mailed
    • Your signature
    • Copy of your photo identification

    If someone other than the student will be picking up the transcript, their name needs to be included on the transcript request. They will need to present their photo ID at the time of pick-up.

    If mailing the request, sent the completed request and visible copy of your photo ID to:

    Transcript Production
    P.O. Box 10010
    Beaumont, Texas 77710

  • Unofficial Transcripts

    Unofficial transcripts are free. They are given in person in room 112 of the Wimberly building and photo identification is required. Unofficial transcripts will not be faxed.

    You can also receive a copy of your Lamar University unofficial transcript by going to Self Service Banner. Please use your Banner ID and your PIN to log in.

  • Educational Records and Student Rights

    Student records maintained by Lamar University are published in compliance with the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) as amended (PL93-380).


  • Note on suspensions for non-academic reasons

    "Students who are suspended or expelled for non-academic reasons will be ineligible to re-enroll at Lamar University. Until this status changes, these students will have a note on their transcript indicating, “student is ineligible to re-enroll". Texas Education Code § 51.9364.


    The following are defined as such:

    Suspension – Separation from the university for a definite term during which the student shall not be permitted to earn university credit at Lamar University, be on the university owned property, participate in any university activity, or use any university service.

    Expulsion – Permanent separation from the university. A student who has been suspended or expelled from any Texas State University System institution shall be ineligible to enroll at any other system institution during the period of suspension or expulsion. In addition to Lamar University, the Texas State University System includes Texas State University, Lamar State College - Port Arthur, Lamar State College-Orange, Lamar Institute of Technology, Sam Houston State University, Sul Ross State University, and Sul Ross State University Rio Grande College. 

    Ineligible to Re-enroll - Unable to register for or attend any Lamar University course either online or face-to