What is a Requirements Completed Transcript (RCT)?

Modified on Wed, 29 Jun 2022 at 03:03 PM

If you've completed your degree program and you need an official transcript to prove that you're done, but your degree hasn't been conferred yet, you're looking for a Requirements Completed Transcript (RCT).

The date that your degree is conferred is your official graduation date. We offer 3 degree conferrals per year: January, May, and September.RCTs display both the date you completed your program (i.e. – the day your final grade is submitted) and the date your degree will be conferred. An RCT is helpful if you're applying for a job, professional licensure, or seeking an adjustment to your pay rate based on your new credentials. If you're in a certificate or non-degree program, you're not eligible for an RCT.

If you'd like to order an RCT, check out our transcript ordering page for more information.

January and September degree conferrals always occur on the 15th of the month, while May conferral falls on the date of the Lesley University Commencement ceremony (usually the 3rd Saturday in May).  

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