Students across South Carolina can now send electronic high school transcripts to colleges and universities across the country, free of charge.
The S.C. Department of Education recently announced an expansion of the department’s partnership with Parchment, an academic credentials management system. The prior agreement only allowed students to send electronic transcripts to higher education institutions in the state.
“A streamlined admissions process is critical to the continued success of our students,” said State Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman, in a statement.
The department has worked closely with the company since 2008. The new agreement extension will give students the ability to send electronic transcripts to more than 3,400 higher education institutions, organizations and accreditation groups across the U.S.
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