Shawnee State University does not mail student grade reports at the end of each academic term. Students are required to access their grades via their MySSU account.
Students may, if desired, print their own grade report from the MySSU site. Also, the Office of the Registrar will, upon request, produce a printed student grade report. Students with questions or problems accessing grades should call (740) 351-4REG (4734) for assistance.
Please contact the Registrar within 30 days of the end of the term if you discover an error with your grade report.
Awarding of Credit
Final grades are posted at the end of each semester by the Office of the Registrar. Grades will not be issued orally.
|TC||Transfer w/grade "C" or >||0.00|
|TP||Transfer w/passing grade||0.00|
|KE||Credit by Exam||0.00|
A grade of "F" receives no credit. Students making this grade must repeat the course if credit is to be received.
Grade Point Ratio
Quality points for a course are determined by multiplying the total credit hours by the numerical equivalent of the letter grade received in the course. The formula for calculating grade point ratio is:
Total Quality Points / Total Division Hours = Grade Point Average
Midterm grades are posted for full session courses 7-weeks into the term. Grades can be viewed via the student's MySSU account. the following grades are issued during midterm grading.
|SA||Satisfactory Progress - likely to pass|
|UN1||Unsatisfactory Progress - poor performance; likely to fail; GOOD attendance (attendance rate between 90-100%)|
|UN3||Unsatisfactory Progress - poor performance; likely to fail; FAIR attendance (attendance rate between 70-90%)|
|UN5||Unsatisfactory Progress - poor performance; likely to fail; POOR attendance (attendance rate less than 70%)|
|UN7||Unsatisfactory Progress - poor performance; likely to fail; you do not take attendance|
A Shawnee State University transcript is the official record of a student's enrollment at Shawnee State. Undergraduate and Graduate transcripts are maintained separately, so when ordering please specify which transcript type. There are three ways to order an official transcript in person, by mail or fax.
Ordering your Transcript
There is a $3.00 charge for an official Shawnee State University transcript. A rushed transcript (Express Mail) is an $24.72 fee. (International Express Mail) is a cost of $63.95, or contact the Student Business Center at (740) 351-4734 alternate International mailing options. Express Mail will not deliver to a P.O. Box as the address.
Ordering Transcripts in Person
You are always welcome to visit us and request a transcript. Just come to the Student Business Center located on the second floor of the University Center, between 8:00 am and 4:30 pm, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday; and, 9:00 am to 4:30 pm on Wednesday. Complete a transcript request form and submit it for processing at the Student Business Center.
Ordering By Mail or FAX
Transcript requests are normally processed within three business days after receipt of the request. Please click the Transcript Request Form (PDF) link, and print the form. Complete all required fields and return it to us via fax (740) 351-3435 or mail using the contact information listed on the bottom of the form.
Ordering Electronic Transcripts Online
(PDF only – no paper copies using electronic option) (SSU ID/email and password required )
Log in to your MySSU account and select your student tab. Once you are on your student page, click on the SSU Official Transcript link on the left hand side. You will be taken to the Parchment website. This company has a contract with Shawnee State University to provide this secure service to our students and alumni.
Online ordering is available for electronic Transcripts (PDF) only. There is a $3 charge for each transcript. Requests are processed and available within three (3) business days after the request and fee payment are received. Please note: there is an additional service charge of $2.50 per transcript and all fees must be paid by credit card. Be assured that Parchment uses encryption technology to keep your information secure.
If you have further questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the Student Business Center at (740) 351-4REG (4734), or you can email your questions to email@example.com.
Certain institutions that utilize transcripts, such as college admissions offices, require that transcripts be mailed directly to them and refuse hand-carried transcripts. Some also do not accept faxed transcripts. Please be sure to check with the accepting institution to verify whether or not they will accept such methods of delivery.
Transcripts will NOT be processed if there are existing Holds on the student's account (i.e. financial holds, library holds, etc.). If there are any outstanding holds the request and payment will be mailed back to the student. We do not "hold on" to any requests. Once the hold is removed the student will need to resend his or her request.
If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us at (740) 351-4REG (4734), or you can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org