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Panhandle State to Offer Electronic Transcript Delivery

Released by Panhandle State Campus Communications on 12/12/2017 Oklahoma Panhandle State University is soon to offer an innovative and easy to use service for the electronic delivery of transcripts called Parchment.Oklahoma Panhandle State University is soon to offer an innovative and easy to use service for the electronic delivery of transcripts called Parchment.

Goodwell, Okla. — Oklahoma Panhandle State University is soon to offer an innovative and easy to use service for the electronic delivery of transcripts called Parchment.

Parchment is a comprehensive platform that connects students and those issuing as well as receiving transcripts. Panhandle State Alumni in addition to current students will be able to request a digital exchange of their transcript information. Paper transcripts will still be available upon request.

The implementation of Parchment will streamline the current transcript request process. The requestor can log on to request a transcript through a link on the Panhandle State website and for a small fee the transcript can be sent digitally wherever it needs to go. This will eliminate both wait time and staff processing.

Parchment focuses on making the requester’s experience of ordering, sending, and using their credentials simple and smart.

Panhandle State Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr. Julie Dinger is excited to be able to offer this service to alumni and students.

“This will be a great tool for us. I am looking forward to the opportunities this platform will bring to our Admissions Office and especially our graduates and Alumni.”

University President Dr. Tim Faltyn added, “This is a great step for us and we are especially pleased to be able to provide a fast, simple, and easy to use service like this to our Alumni.”

Implementation of the platform is expected to begin this spring.


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