Below are Frequently Asked Questions about Transcripts, Diplomas and Graduation (click on a question to display the answer). Also check the General Questions and Registration Questions pages. Please contact us if you have additional questions.
Transcripts, Diploma & Graduation
In order to obtain an official transcript, with or without narrative evaluations, please complete the Transcript Request Form and provide the appropriate payment.
Antioch University Santa Barbara does not currently provide electronic versions of the official transcript.
An official transcript without narrative assessments is $10.00. An official transcript with narrative assessments is $20.00.
Letter grade equivalents do not appear on the transcript; they appear on the narrative evaluation, if requested by the student (before the add/drop deadline) while enrolled in the course.
To request a GPA equivalent letter, please complete the GPA Equivalent Request Form or contact the Registrar’s Office at email@example.com.
Your diploma is not released if you have outstanding financial obligations to the University. Remember you can always check myAntioch for information on any outstanding holds on your academic records.
No. University policy only allows graduates to have one diploma per degree.
To request a new diploma due to loss or destruction, please contact the Registrar’s Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A new diploma can be issued upon receipt of the Diploma Re-order form (and fee) and supporting documentation confirming a court-order approved name change.
Graduates will receive notification, via email, regarding when their diploma is available in the Registrar’s Office for pick up or delivery.
Yes. To have someone pick up a diploma and/or transcript on your behalf, please provide the Registrar’s Office with written notification of the name, date, and time range when the individual will be picking up the documents. Please include your printed name, signature, and student ID number on the request. Please note that photo ID will need to be provided prior to release of any documents.
Commencement takes place at the end of the Spring quarter. The commencement date can be found on the Academic Calendar.
No. Commencement is held before the Registrar’s Office can confirm if Spring and Summer candidates have fulfilled their final requirements. Participating in the ceremony is not a guarantee of graduation.
If you are eligible to participate in the commencement ceremony, the Registrar’s Office can provide you with an official commencement letter inviting your relatives to the commencement ceremony. The Registrar’s Office will need to know the names of your relatives (exactly as they appear on their passports) as well as their relation to you.
For more information regarding the B-1/B-2 Visitor Visa process and requirements, please visit Visitor Visas – Business and Pleasure.