Kepler's Academic Transcripts
The transcripts are the primary records of academic achievement at Kepler College. Maintained by the Registrar, the transcript contains the record of all work done, the credit Equivalencies of that work, the official courses and program descriptions. All transcripts are protected in a fire-safe cabinet in the event of disaster.
There are two types of transcripts: the normal one, and the complete one. The normal one has the courses listed, with the credits and grades. The full complete transcript includes the Student Evaluations that the faculty fills out and the student’s self-evaluations. Unless otherwise requested, only the normal transcript is released. Copies of official transcripts may be requested at a cost of $5.00 U.S. dollars per transcript request. Students should allow two weeks between the time of request and the mailing of a transcript. Kepler College will withhold transcripts if the student owes a debt to the College, until the debt is cleared.
All transcripts, credentials and original documents submitted by a student in support of his/her application become the property of Kepler College and may not be returned or reproduced. Such documents will be held on file for two years, and then discarded.
Transferability of Kepler College Credits
Students in the degree program at Kepler College (as at any other academic institution) should be aware that the acceptance of credits by other institutions is entirely at the discretion of the other institutions. Kepler students have had credits accepted by other academic institutions. Previous Kepler graduates have had their degrees accepted by other academic institutions. There is no guarantee that this will always be the case.