How to Print Your Unofficial Transcript
- Open Internet Explorer (Yea, I know it is not your favorite browser, but use it any way.)
- Logon to SIS.
- View your Unofficial Transcript (You can figure out how to do this)
- From the IE menu select Edit... Select All.
- From the IE menu select File... Print Preview.
- From the Print Preview screen, select these options
Click the Print button at the top left corner to print.
If you are a DE student then you need to print to a PDF file. This is easy.
- As selected on the screen
- 100% for size
- When you click the print button, simply select Adobe PDF under Select Printer.
- Click the Print button.
- "Save PDF File as" dialog box will appear.
- Save your file as transcript-lastname.pdf
- Click the Save button to save your PDF file.
How to Print a Track Sheet
- Go to www.nr.edu/it, click on Degrees and print the track sheet for your selected IT degree program.
How to Complete Your Track Sheet
- Complete the top of the sheet by hand inlcuding your name, student id number, date, cell phone email etc.
- Look up your faculty advisor using SIS.
- Answer the question about planning to transfer.
- Now use your unofficial transcript, in the Actual Column,
- Write down the classes you are current taking or have already taken.
- For example, write S16 for Spring 2016, F15 for Fall 2015, and Su15 for Summer 2015 etc.
- If you have a U, W (withdrawn), or F grade do not write down the class. You don't have credit for it yet.
- This is the most important part.
- Create a plan for graduation. Complete the Planned column for each class that you have not yet taken.
- Write S and the year for future spring classes.
- Write F and the year for future fall classes.
- Write Su and the year for future summer classes.
- Pay careful attention to the semester the CSC and ITx classes are offered.
- Except for ITD 110, and CSC 201, all the 2nd, 3rd and 4th semester classes are only offered once a year. If you miss it, you will have to wait an entire year.
- You need a plan so that you will be able to graduate.
- Our goal is for you to finish NRCC at fast and cheaply as possible. You need a plan to make this happen.