Some employers will require you to submit a copy of your unofficial transcript as part of the application process. The transcript is considered unofficial because you have access to the document and can edit the contents. Since most applications are submitted online or through email you will need to create a electronic version of your unofficial transcript.
The information on your Word document should now be formatted correctly except for the top where your T# and name appear. You may wish to delete all of the top information and retype your identifying information.
Official transcripts must be obtained from the Office of the Registrar. The official transcript can be picked up by you or mailed directly to you, to a employer, or to a graduate school. A $6 fee is charged for each official transcript requested and payment should accompany the written request. If you wish to have a transcript delivered more quickly than the normal 5-10 working days period, you may ask the Registrar to expedite your transcript request. The Office of the Registrar charges $30.00 for expedited transcript requests to locations within the continental United States. This fee will insure that they issue a transcript within 24 hours and that it is sent via Fed Ex (second day air). Contact their office for rates for delivery outside the U.S.