Through Tennessee's Electronic Transcript Exchange, high schools and school districts can securely exchange transcripts with each other and send transcripts to postsecondary institutions.
The transcripts are delivered in minutes to any Tennessee college, e*GRandS for Tennessee Education Lottery Scholarship eligibility, and other third parties. The transcript exchange can expedite the college admissions process and scholarship applications, and give students an easy way to access their transcripts.
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- Free and easy to use
- Highly secure
- Allows transcripts to be sent in minutes anywhere in Tennessee and to any institutions that accept electronic transcripts
- Saves time and eliminates manual data entry
- Students and alumni can submit transcript requests online
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The Tennessee Electronic Transcript Exchange is operated by the National Student Clearinghouse, and the Tennessee Higher Education Commission. The National Student Clearinghouse is a nonprofit organization founded by the higher education community in 1993 and the largest provider of electronic student record exchanges and postsecondary transcript ordering services in the U.S. The Tennessee Higher Education Commission coordinates two systems of higher education, the University of Tennessee and the Tennessee Board of Regents. There are nine public universities, two special purpose institutes, 13 community colleges, and 27 colleges of applied technology in Tennessee that educate over 240,000 students.