Important Transcript information for Students
Due to the evolving COVID-19 pandemic, GPRC staff have limited access to college facilities. As a result, certain measures have been temporarily put in place to accommodate the sending and receiving of official transcripts.
Outgoing GPRC transcripts
Students requiring transcripts to be sent from GPRC to another institution outside of an Alberta post-secondary institution must contact the receiving institution to determine an acceptable email address to which GPRC may send a copy of the student’s transcript. All other processes remain the same as to filling out the Transcript Request forms (below) and paying the appropriate fees. GPRC’s official sending email is Transcripts@gprc.ab.ca which the student should provide to the receiving institution.
Incoming High School or Post-Secondary Transcripts
GPRC is able to receive most Alberta high school and post-secondary transcripts through Apply Alberta. Provided the applicant has included all the institutions on their application form, these can be requested on the student’s behalf. For students wanting to send transcripts to GPRC from outside Alberta, please contact the sending institution(s) to request that the official transcript be sent via mail or email (if password protected).
In order to be considered official transcripts, transcripts should be sent directly to the admissions office from the providing institution. Transcripts provided by students will not be accepted.
Official transcripts can be sent via email to email@example.com and via mail to the following address:
ATTN: Admissions, Student Services
Grande Prairie Regional College
10726 106 Ave
Grande Prairie, AB
If admission is "conditional", the student will need to arrange for official high school and/or post-secondary transcripts to be sent directly to the GPRC Registrar's Office. For Alberta students, if we are unable to request these on your behalf, Admissions will contact you.
If admission is "not conditional", we should already have the necessary documents and nothing further is required, unless specifically requested.
If you are uncertain about anything, please call us. If we receive your transcripts and find that the information does not verify admission requirements, GPRC reserves the right to withdraw the offer of admission or change your admission to an appropriate program. You will be notified of any changes. If transcripts are not received, admission may be revoked, and registration cancelled. The $250 tuition deposit is non-refundable.
Transcript Request Form
Each official transcript request will cost $10.00
**NEW Only email submission is available at this time - your signature is required on the form. To order an official GPRC transcript, please complete the fillable form above, and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please Note: Students who attended Fairview Campus prior to September 2009 will need to request their transcript from NAIT.
Students who have participated in extracurricular activities, approved as recognized learning activities, may apply to have a co-curricular notation added to their transcript. The application form below must be completed and returned to Student Services by May 15th.
Alberta Learning Transcripts
To obtain your Alberta Student Number, please visit the Alberta Education website, Learner Registry area and use the Lookup ASN link on that page.
For more information on transcripts see Alberta Education,
To order High School Transcripts or a Detailed Academic Report you may request in-person, by mail, or online (through your myPass Account), see How To Order.
Other Provincial Transcripts
Please see Provincial Transcript Office Addresses & Contacts for contact information.
If you have recently moved to Alberta or have never registered with a school or Post-Secondary institution in Alberta, and need to have an ASN you can request an ASN by using the Request ASN On-line.
We are here to help you! If you need assistance, we are available in-person during the hours listed below. Outside of these hours, Student Services staff from both the Grande Prairie and Fairview campuses will be working from home and can be reached by email or phone to book appointments or answer questions.