Transcript Request

Minot Public Schools does not send transcripts via electronic methods such as email or fax. Please mail your request using the form below, with the following information.

There is a required $2.00 prepayment per transcript. The only acceptable forms of payment are check, cash or money order.

Please send payment to:

Minot Public Schools

Student Records

215 2nd Street SE

Minot, ND 58701

Please include the following information with your transcript request:

  • Year of graduation or last year attended

  • Name on records/diploma (please note if there is a current name change)

  • Indicate where records are to be mailed. (please be as clear as possible)

Your records will be processed and sent the same day that your prepayment and request are received.

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