The Office of the Registrar provides services for Stevens’s students, alumni, faculty, administration and staff. These services can be accessed using the links on this page or via the appropriate information system. We strive to provide an efficient delivery of these services in a customer-friendly and helpful environment.
Transcript Ordering Process
Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide transcript ordering via the internet. The National Student Clearinghouse provides an online ordering service for Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology students and alumni 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Orders placed after hours are processed the next working day by the Colleges Registrar’s Office. Online transcript requests submitted while we are closed for holidays will be processed in the order they were received when our office reopens.
To order a transcript, login to the Clearinghouse secure site.
The site walks you through placing your order, including delivery options and fees. You may order as many transcripts as you like in a single session. To ensure confidentiality and to comply with federal regulations governing educational records, you must authenticate yourself. Alumni and students electing the online service are presented with the Consent to Release form. Print and sign the form and return the document to the Clearinghouse via mail, fax, or by scanning the document and forwarding by e-mail. The Clearinghouse's address, fax, and e-mail information are located on the consent form itself. Do not return the consent form to the school. In addition to the convenience of credit card payment, the online service provides e-mail notifications once orders are received and processed by the University Registrar’s Office. Credit cards are charged after the record is sent.
If you need help or have questions about the National Student Clearinghouse’s transcript ordering service, contact them via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 703-742-7791.
Policy and Procedure for Student Withdrawal from the College
Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology recognizes that for various reasons, students sometimes need to withdrawal from the college. A student who wishes to withdraw from the college must complete a Withdrawal from the College form, available from the Registrar’s Office. This applies to all students, whether withdrawing during or between semester and regardless of the reason for the withdrawal. If a student stops attending classes or does not return after a semester of enrollment and fails to complete the Withdrawal from the College form, he or she will be dismissed from the college for excessive absenteeism and charges will be applied. A student who wishes to apply for a medical leave withdrawal must meet with a college counselor for approval. When a student withdrawals from the college, the withdrawal will be processed on the date of receipt, not when it was signed. A student may not withdraw retroactively. When a student withdraws from the college during a semester, grades of “WS” will be assigned to the student up until the deadline to withdraw from a course without penalty, as indicated on the College Calendar. Grades of Withdrawal Pass “WP” or Withdrawal Fail “WF” will be assigned when a student withdraws during a semester and after the deadline to withdraw from a course without penalty, as indicated on the College Calendar. A student that is called to active military duty and must withdrawal from the college after the deadline to withdraw without penalty will be given grades of “WS”. A student that is granted a medical leave and must withdrawal from the college after the deadline to withdraw without penalty will be given grades of “WS”.
Typically, our office hours are are Monday thru Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm while classes are in session and Monday thru Friday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm while classes are not in session. Due to our small staff, meetings, training, seminars, etc., we are not always in the office to provide transcripts during our hours, so it is highly recommended that you call and ensure we will be in our office during those hours prior to stopping in. Students and alumni are required to show photo identification when picking up their transcripts. Our office is located in the Hartzell Building located at 750 East King Street, Lancaster, PA 17602.
Verifying a Degree or Past Enrollment?
Please visit the website below to verify our student’s degrees and/or enrollment.
Transfer Credit Information
Any student who desires to transfer credits to Stevens must have taken the classes at an institution that is accredited by a regional or national accrediting agency, and must have received a grade of C or higher. Students may only transfer General Education classes. All classes that are non General Education classes must be taken at Stevens. Once a student has completed one semester with a minimum GPA of 2.00 or better, transferred classes will be place on the student permanent record. Transferred classes are recorded with a "T" (transfer credit) in place of merit grade. These classes do not factor in the students GPA. Students should have an official transcript from the institution(s) where courses were taken, mailed to the Registrar’s Office. The Registrar’s Office will evaluate all course descriptions. The Registrar reserves the right to request syllabus and/or additional information in determining course transferability. The Registrar’s Office will notify students as well as their advisor as to which classes meet the requirements of transferring.
If you are a Thaddeus Stevens College student planning to take courses elsewhere to transfer back to Stevens, or you are a student planning to transfer to Stevens from another college or university the links below can help you find information about transfer equivalencies. These documents (in Adobe Acrobat® (PDF)) show how courses at the named institution would transfer to Stevens, but they do not reflect the complete catalog of courses. The list of institutions is being updated on a regular basis. Please refer to the curriculum requirements for your program at Thaddeus Stevens in determining which General Education Courses you are planning to transfer.
Programs of Study - Select this link to view the curriculum for your program
- Harrisburg Area Community College
- Bucks County Community College
- Reading Area Community College
- Montgomery County Community College
- Lehigh Carbon Community College
- Luzerne County Community College
- Delaware County Community College
- York College
- Bucks County Community College
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Students rights at Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology under FERPA.
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- 2009-2010 College Catalog
- 2011-2012 College Catalog
- 2010-2011 College Calendar
- 2011-2012 College Calendar
- 2012-2013 College Calendar
- 2013-2014 College Calendar
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