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Requesting Daytona State College Transcripts

Unofficial Transcripts:

Current students can review an unofficial transcript from the Records link by logging in to the portal and clicking on MyAcademics. Former students can access an unofficial transcript after signing into the Alumni page.

Official College Credit Transcripts:

Official transcript requests are processed by Credentials, our online service provider, for a $5 charge per transcript. Overnight options are also available for an additional fee. Please read the order form carefully and fill out all required fields.

To request your transcript, you can choose one of these options:

Current Students

  • If you are a current student and know your username and password, you can use the automated authentication process.
  • Sign in to the student portal at
  • Enter your username and password at the top of the screen
  • Click on the FalconNet tab on the menu bar
  • Select the Records link on the left menu
  • Click on the Official Transcript link to order your transcript.

If you are a current student and do not know your username and password, click on the Retrieve College ID and email address link listed on the login page:

Former Students may request transcripts at

After accessing the page:

  • Click on Request Alumni Access
  • Enter your last name
  • Enter the last four digits of your Social Security Number
  • Enter your birthday
  • Click on Submit (Note: It may take up to 20 minutes for your file to update.)

Official Daytona State High School Transcript:

High School and adult education official transcripts request cannot be taken online. Please submit the transcript Request Form to the Records Office by mail or fax (386-506-4489) or bring in the form to the Q&A Center at your local campus.

Download an Official Daytona State High School Transcript Request Form.

How do I track my order or talk to Customer Service?

Contact Credentials at 800-646-1858, or you can also check the status of your transcript order at Credentials Online Services.

For more information contact: or see Transfer Student.

Students who have attended other colleges and postsecondary institutions must meet the same admissions requirements as new students. Students must request official transcripts from each postsecondary institution attended. The official transcript must be submitted directly to the Admissions Office. Transcripts received from students will not be considered official unless they are in a sealed envelope from the issuing institution.

If official transcripts have not been received or the evaluation is not complete at the time of registration, the student should bring an unofficial transcript when meeting with an advisor for scheduling purposes. Transfer students who have met Daytona State equivalents for ENC1101 (College Composition) and MAT1033 (Intermediate Algebra) or higher are not required to take the college placement examinations.

Transferring Courses and Grades to the Daytona State College transcript:

Once the student's transfer credit evaluation is completed, an email is sent to the student's email address and the transfer credit summary report will be available online at the Records section of their email account.

The college will include on the Daytona State College transcript all courses and grades that were attempted at a prior college except for the following:

  • courses that meet the Academic Second Chance provisions
  • courses that were taken at an upper (junior, senior etc.) level for which there are no comparable Daytona State College courses.

Grades received at prior colleges will be included in the cumulative grade point average, except for developmental courses.

Please allow at least 7 business days after receipt of your order for your transcript to be received by you via first class mail. Pick up orders will be available 2 to 3 business days after order is processed.

Students who have any form of hold, including a tuition and fee bill, a Title IV refund bill, or a past student loan default are prohibited from receiving a transcript until the obligation is cleared.

If you need assistance to sign into your account, please contact the Records Office at