The Records Office, located in room 104 of the Administration Building, is open Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m. until 9 p.m. and Friday 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. while classes are in session. When school is not in session we are open daily from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Our office assists students with official and unofficial transcripts, enrollment verifications, degree audits, drops and withdrawals from classes, and graduation applications.
We assist faculty by distributing official class roster information, assisting with instructor drops and readmits, and providing information on using the Faculty Access Module.
Some of our key duties include the collection of final grades and processing of grades at the end of each term, certification of graduates, and the distribution and collection of official class rosters.
How to request a transcript: To obtain a copy of your Angelina College transcript the Records Office requires a written request from the student. Transcript request forms are available at the Records Office or online.
Students may also submit a written request to Records which should include the student’s name, social security number, mailing address, the name/address of the college where the transcript should be mailed, whether your need official or unofficial transcripts, the number of copies needed and a signature. Please be sure to list all names you may have used while attending Angelina College.
Requests should be mailed to the Records Office at PO Box 1768, Lufkin, TX 75902 or you may fax a request to 936-633-3206.
Students are allowed three official transcripts at no charge. All future transcript requests after three will cost $5.00 each. Students should contact the Business Office at 936-633-5318 for payment information.
No transcript requests can be processed without written consent of the student.
Students should submit completed applications to the Records Office by mail at PO Box 1768, Lufkin, TX 75902 or by fax at 936-633-3206.
The Records Office will attach all student transcripts and their degree audit to the application before sending it to the division office for evaluation. Please make sure all your transcripts from other institutions attended are on file in the Records Office before you submit your graduation application. Once the division has completed the evaluation, students will receive written notification by mail.
Diplomas may be picked up at the Records Office once they are available. If you need your diploma to be mailed, you should make a written request to the Records Office giving detailed mailing instructions. Friends of family members may pick up diplomas only with written consent from the student.
If you are requesting an enrollment verification for an upcoming semester, please be aware that the Records Office is unable to process requests until the day after the official census date. Please see the academic calendar located in the General Bulletin for census date information.
Coordinator of Records & Reports
Graduation Information or
Student & Instructor Drops and