REQUESTING TRANSCRIPTS FROM MOUNT ALOYSIUS AND PENN HIGHLANDS
MOUNT ALOYSIUS COLLEGE
Go to: www.mtaloy.edu
Click on: I am a… (pull down arrow at top left); select Current Student
Go to: Request a transcript
Click on: login to Clearinghouse secure site (in blue)
Read & Click on: Green Start button and complete required information
PENN HIGHLANDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Go to: www.pennhighlands.edu
Click on: QUICK LINKS (orange box with arrow at top of page)
Click on: Transcript Request (in green box at far right)
Click on: Paper Request or Electronic Transcript Request
ELECTRONIC TRANSCRIPT REQUEST
Important spring dates:
- The spring schedule is available for viewing beginning Oct. 1st.
- The online application opens on Oct. 1st.
- You may start submitting paperwork to me on Oct. 2nd.
- Registration begins on Oct. 9th and will continue through January 24, 2024.
The spring semester dates are from January 22, 2024-May 10, 2024. The current tuition and fees information can be found here. We have a limited number of $200 scholarships available for the spring semester. Eligible students will be automatically reviewed for the scholarship opportunity. Scholarships are limited to one $200 scholarship per eligible student and the scholarship is applied to one class.
We eliminated the mid-term grade release as a separate form and added the information to the registration form. You will only need to submit the signed registration form with all the required signatures and the signed official transcript request form to me. If it’s a first-time dual enrollment student, then we also need a copy of their high school transcript showing a 3.0 CGPA or better.
- First-time dual enrollment students will be sent an email to select their orientation date. It is the email address they use to create their admissions account and to submit the application. Participation in an online orientation is a requirement for all new students to participate in the program.
- Placement testing is required for English, math, and upper-level foreign language classes. No student will be registered for an English, math, or upper-level foreign language course without placement test results. Please understand that if during the first semester, a new dual enrollment student requests an English, math, or upper-level foreign language course there is no guarantee that they will get registered for the course requested because we must wait for placement test results to determine the appropriate class. All placement testing is completed online.