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University of Washington Transcript Requests

Eastern Washington University (EWU):

Log into EagleNET and go to the Student Records tab and click on the Online Transcript Request link. Credit cards are accepted as payment for transcripts only when ordering online. Please note that a $2.25 non-refundable online ordering fee per copy will be charged for this service. If you are unable to log into EagleNET, you can still order onlineat; a consent form will be required.

Central Washington University (CWU):

Online Request: students with access to the online student information system, SAFARI (1986 - current) through Wildcat Connection, may request transcripts online by navigating to one of the following paths:

  1. Self Service>Academic Records>Request Official Transcript or you can select View Unofficial Transcript
  2. Self Service>Student Center>Academics and then use the drop down menu where it says "other academic" and select either "Official Transcripts" or "Unofficial Transcript.

Written Request: Students without access to the online student information system, SAFARI (1986 - current) through Wildcat connection may request transcripts in the following ways:


National Merit Finalist & National Merit Commended Students

Each year, over 1.6 million students take the PSAT/NMSQT. Of these 1.5 million students, about 16,000, or about 1% are named semifinalists. About 34,000, or 5%, are named commended. "Recognizing academically talented students plays a fundamental role in the advancement of educational excellence within our nation. The young people recognized as Semifinalists and Commended Students represent some of the best and brightest minds in the country as demonstrated by their outstanding performance in our highly competitive program." (NMSC spokesperson)

The following East Valley High School students have been so honored:


Preston J. Carlson has been named a National Merit Commended Student 


Gaelyn Prior has been named a National Merit Finalist

Bryce Pointer has been named a Commended Student


Tim Ngo has been named a National Merit Finalist

Cordelia G. Achen, Derrik T. Gratz, and Rachel E. Loe have been named Commended Students


Kaylyn Zastoupil has been named a Commended Student


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