College Transcript To Be Sent

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  1. jaydee

    jaydee Member

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    I am a current college freshman and finals are finally over. The registrar at my school uses an online form to send end of semester transcripts. I need to enter in the address and name of the recipient, in this case West Point, and I am not sure what the correct/best name and address to put would be.

    Should I just be using the usual admissions address of:

    West Point Admissions
    Building 606
    West Point, NY 10996

    I am also applying to the Naval Academy and the Air Force Academy and am unsure about their proper recipient addresses as well. If anyone has information on the correct addresses it will be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you.
     
  2. buff81

    buff81 Moderator

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    Email the transcript to your RC.
    If for some reason they need a physical address, then the one you listed is fine.
     
  3. jaydee

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    I don't have access to my official transcript digitally. The office of the registrar will only send hard copies to physical addresses. I just want to be sure my transcript will reach the right hands at the Academies.
     
  4. GoArmyBeatNavy

    GoArmyBeatNavy Member

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    Have it addressed to your RC. Example (fake region and Major, adjust for your specific case):

    MAJ Smith
    South Central Region
    Directorate of Admissions
    606 Thayer Road
    West Point, NY 10996

    Unsure about USAFA or USNA.

    ...edit: Buff is right, though. The fastest method is electronic, either digital or fax. Regardless of the address you put on the envelope it will go through a distro center on post and that can delay delivery to your RC.
     
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