The registrar’s office mails academic transcripts upon written authorization from the student. There is no fee charged for students currently attending class at Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine. A fee of $5 for each transcript requested is charged to students who are no longer attending or who have graduated. Transcripts are not released for students with financial holds. Although we attempt to process transcript orders within three working days of their receipt in our office, during peak times it may take longer. Allow sufficient time for your request. For more information, call 570-504-9668.
To order transcripts by mail
Send your request to Registrar’s Office, Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine, 525 Pine St., Scranton, PA 18509. Include your check or money order for $5 per transcript with your request, if applicable. Make checks payable to Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine.
To order transcripts by fax
Fax your request to the registrar’s office at 570-504-2799. Mail a check or money order, if applicable, for $5 per transcript requested to the address listed above as soon as possible after your faxed request. Make checks payable to Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine.
- Full name as listed on transcript, include other names you used as a student at Geisinger Commonwealth
- Empower ID (This can be found using Empower Web by clicking on “What’s my ID?”)
- Date of birth
- Dates of attendance and/or graduation
- Degree received
- Phone number where you can be reached if there are questions regarding your request
- Your mailing address
- Address where your transcript should be mailed
- Number of transcripts requested
- A check made payable to Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine, if applicable, for $5 per transcript requested
- Most importantly, your legal signature – Due to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974, we cannot respond to a transcript request without your legal signature. Faxed signatures are permitted under law. The U.S. Department of Education has not yet ruled upon the recently enacted electronic signature legislation. Until such time as we are advised how this impacts FERPA legislation, we are unable to honor transcript requests by email.