This is an important reminder to all students who graduated in June and are planning to attend post-secondary in the fall (September 2020) that you must complete your PSI form before July 10th or your admission status could be impacted. This process gives the ministry permission to send your official transcript to the school you will be attending in the fall. All students and parents have been sent an email detailing how this process can be completed.
For Students: StudentTranscripts Service
Students can access the StudentTranscripts Service at: www.studenttranscripts.gov.bc.ca/. To get started, they must first create a Basic BCeID account to access their transcript information.
Help videos, including “Registering for a BCeID and Accessing the StudentTranscripts Service” and “How to order/send a transcript to a Post–Secondary Institution,” are available on the website along with other help documentation.
Students need only complete their PSI selections once in the current school year but may add to their selections at any time up to July 10, 2020. Students may make up to 25 selections free of charge within six months after completing their last course. After six months, students will be charged $10 per transcript on the StudentTranscripts Service.
Canada Post has posted a notice of potential delivery delays to USA and temporary suspension of international service to some countries due to COVID-19. Students who need to deliver a transcript to a post-secondary institution in a country listed for suspension of international mail service are encouraged to contact that institution to find an acceptable delivery method
For PSIs that only accept printed transcripts by mail, the default selection is “Send Final Marks when they become available”
Under the heading “Send your transcript to an employer(s), yourself or anyone,” graduating students can also order their own free printed transcript (by mail) as soon as their transcript shows a graduation date at the bottom of the page, or can send an electronic copy via PDF download to anyone they choose
Students having difficulty accessing StudentTranscripts Service must use their legal name as it appears on their Unofficial Transcript of Grades. Students may contact their school if corrections to legal name or birthdate are needed or if course information is missing or inaccurate on the transcript