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How to Order Your Official SDSU Transcript – Grades

Spencer Hom : November 29, 2016 11:44 am : Semester at SDSU posts

Hepner Hall at SDSUPlease read the following information carefully about how to get your grades from your SDSU and Special Session classes.

Go to your UNOFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS in WebPortal to check that your grades are posted and accurate BEFORE ordering OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS.  Your grades should be officially posted on January 3, 2017.  (Grades appearing on Blackboard are NOT your official posted grades.)

UNOFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS

You can print unofficial transcripts from the SDSU WebPortal as soon as your grades are posted. Check WebPortal, not Blackboard. You may receive an error message on the Unofficial Transcript until January 3rd.  https://sunspot.sdsu.edu/pls/webapp/web_menu.login/

OFFICIAL PAPER TRANSCRIPTS

You can order official transcripts directly through WebPortal (again, WebPortal, not Blackboard) for a fee of $7.00 each. https://sunspot.sdsu.edu/pls/webapp/web_menu.login/

To request your official transcripts, go to WebPortal and click on “Order Transcripts.”  Select your desired format and click “continue.”

Transcripts will be sent to the address you indicate. It is your responsibility to enter a complete and accurate address. You should check with your university prior to ordering transcripts to make sure you have the complete and correct address. Paper transcripts will be mailed after the grades are posted and should arrive 4-6 weeks from the send date (the earliest send date may be in the middle of January), but can take longer depending on mail delivery in your home country.

OFFICIAL ELECTRONIC TRANSCRIPTS

You can order official electronic transcripts directly through WebPortal (again, WebPortal, not Blackboard) for a fee of $7.00 each.  https://sunspot.sdsu.edu/pls/webapp/web_menu.login/

To request your official transcripts, go to WebPortal and click on “Order Transcripts.” Select your desired format and click “continue.”

WARNING: Do NOT order electronic transcripts until your grades have been officially posted or you will receive a blank transcript. If you cannot print an unofficial transcript, your grades have not been posted.  (Check the Unofficial Transcript, NOT My Grades) If you order an electronic transcript too early and receive a blank document, you will have to reorder and pay again.

Transcripts will be sent to the email address you indicate. It is your responsibility to enter a complete and accurate email address, and to ensure that the recipient is able to accept PDF documents.  You should check with your university prior to ordering transcripts to make sure that they will accept PDF documents, and for the complete and correct e-mail address. Also, you must open the electronic PDF transcript in Adobe Acrobat, NOT in a web browser, since it is a secure document.

GRADUATE STUDENTS

All transcripts will say “Undergraduate transcript.” Graduate classes are designated by a course number level 600 and above. We can send you a letter stating you were enrolled as a graduate student if a problem arises.

NO BLACKBOARD ACCESS

You will continue to be able to access WebPortal with your Red ID and password for many years; however, you will not have Blackboard access after this semester has finished.  Therefore, if you expect to need documents from Blackboard, such as course syllabi, I strongly advise that you download and save or print them now.  It will be difficult and time-consuming to obtain these documents after the semester ends.

Please contact the Transcript Unit (transcripts@mail.sdsu.edu) if you have any questions regarding your paper transcript or if your transcript does not arrive 4-6 weeks from the sent date (meaning it could arrive in the middle of March). You should receive a confirmation from the registrar’s office once your order has been sent.

 

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BaFoGs & Learning Agreement Information

Spencer Hom : September 12, 2016 7:40 am : Semester at SDSU posts

Student Services West at SDSU

BAFoGs and Learning Agreements will be accepted starting Tuesday, Sept. 13. If you need instructions on how to complete these documents, please visit the ALI office. Please put your RED ID on the document, priority will be given to documents with a RED ID.

These documents should be submitted to and completed documents will be returned at the at the ALI office.
If you submit your document by Sep. 16, you may pick up the completed document on Sept. 30.
Documents submitted on or after Sept. 19 may be picked up two weeks after the date of submission.

Additional unit fees (if applicable) must be paid before any document is returned.

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Parking Permit Information for Semester at Students

Spencer Hom : July 9, 2016 6:35 pm : Semester at SDSU posts

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If you wish to purchase a parking permit for the fall 2016 semester, the permit cost is $165. You will need the vehicle license number, make, and model to purchase one.

You may purchase a semester parking permit in person at the Parking Services office, located at the Public Safety building.

 

 

Parking Services
Public Safety building
Open: Monday – Friday
Hours: 9 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Telephone: 619-594-6671
E-mail: parking@mail.sdsu.edu

You may also purchase a parking permit online, but you must have a credit card and a valid San Diego mailing address since the permit will be mailed to you. Students who do not yet have a local San Diego mailing address should speak with the ALI Front Desk for additional mailing instructions.

Please click on this link for further instructions: Parking Permit Instructions – Online

Next, visit this website to purchase a permit: https://aztecs.t2hosted.com/cmn/newuser.aspx

Please visit the ALI Front Desk if you need further assistance or have questions regarding purchasing a parking permit.

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Health Insurance Information

Spencer Hom : July 8, 2016 3:04 pm : Semester at SDSU posts

Hepner Hall on SDSU CampusYour health insurance brochure can be viewed here: Health Insurance Brochure

Click here for instructions on how to print an insurance card.

If you have any insurance questions, please visit the Insurance Coordinator  in the ALI Office.

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Fall Safety Message from the Chief of Police, SDSU Police Department

Spencer Hom : June 10, 2016 9:54 am : Semester at SDSU posts

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On behalf of the SDSU Police Department, welcome to the new semester.  Your safety is our top priority.  We encourage you to review the following safety information and reminders.

  • Call 9-1-1 from your cell phone or any campus phone to report a crime in progress or life-threatening emergency. “Blue Light” emergency phones are located throughout campus and can be used for reporting emergencies.
  • Call 619-594-1991 to report non-emergencies or to contact the police department.
  • Be aware of your surroundings and avoid distractions such as talking on your cell phone. Walk in groups whenever possible and report suspicious activity by calling 9-1-1.
  • Aztec Shield App is a free app for text and video reporting of crimes and other police-related issues.  You may download this app from your app store.
  • Secure your belongings by locking your doors and windows, including properly locking your bike and keeping valuables out of sight.
  • Free bicycle U-locks are available when you register your bike at the SDSU Police Department.
  • Do not leave valuables unattended such as backpacks, laptops or cellphones.
  • Use the Safety Escort Service, available from dusk to dawn to and from on-campus locations by calling 619-594-6659.  The SDSU library shuttle also operates from the library to any on-campus location or parking area.
  • SDSU Alert is the primary way the campus communicates during emergencies.  You may register to receive emergency text messages at sdsu.edu/SDSUAlert.

The SDSU Police Department is located in the Public Safety Building at the intersection of 55th Street and Remington Road, across from the Aztec Recreation Center.

The police department is operational 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

The Parking Office and Key Issue Office are also housed in the Public Safety Building and operate during normal business hours.

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