An academic transcript is an official record of your attendance, coursework, and grades from an academic institution. Usually one would only attach a transcript when an employer requests it in the application process, in which case it would be a requirement that could disqualify you should you refuse to submit a copy.
How Long Does a University Keep Your Transcripts?
AACRO guidelines suggest that a community college should retain these transcripts for a minimum of one year after the term in which you applied if you do not enroll; otherwise, it should retain them for a minimum of five years after your graduation or last date of attendance.
UWC Academic Transcripts
To get your Academic Record, you’ll need to contact the UWC helpdesk; The Student Administration Helpdesk is committed to providing both accurate information and prompt service by being approachable, helpful, respectful and professional at all times.