Eight Wake County Public Schools Now Part of the CFNC Electronic Transcript System

May 26, 2009

RALEIGH, N.C., May 26 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Students at eight Wake County Public Schools now have the ability to request their official high school transcript be sent electronically to any of the 110 North Carolina public, private, and community colleges and universities through the College Foundation of North Carolina’s college access web portal, CFNC.org. The eight schools include East Wake School of Arts Education and Global Studies, East Wake School of Engineering, East Wake School of Health Science, East Wake School of Integrated Technology, Enloe Magnet High School, Green Hope High School, Needham Broughton High School, and Southeast Raleigh High School. Plans are currently underway to make this service available to all Wake County Public and Charter High Schools in the summer of 2009.The CFNC Electronic Transcript System has been operational since Fall 2003 and has delivered over 107,000 official high school transcripts electronically.

Official electronic high school transcripts (current and final) can be requested in one of two ways on CFNC.org: (1) when applying online for admission to any of the 110 colleges or universities in North Carolina, or (2) directly from CFNC.org’s Transcript Manager. Students can also track their electronic transcript activity on CFNC.org. Electronic transcript tracking activity includes destination colleges, date sent and status of transcripts. To view a full list of high schools that participate on the CFNC Transcript System, go to http://www1.cfnc.org/ExternalScripts/My_CFNC/transcripts.asp. Click on the “participating public high school” link.

For more information on how to apply for college and send electronic transcripts, call toll-free 1-866-866-CFNC.


College Foundation of North Carolina (CFNC), a free service of the State of North Carolina provided by Pathways, College Foundation, Inc. and the N.C. State Education Assistance Authority, helps students plan, apply and pay for college.

The North Carolina State Education Assistance Authority is the State agency that promotes access to higher education by administering financial aid and savings programs, informing students and families about paying for college, teaching educators about financial aid administration, and advocating for resources to support students.

Pathways is a state-based initiative including North Carolina’s Department of Public Instruction, the University of North Carolina System, the North Carolina Community Colleges, and the North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities working together to increase access to college for all North Carolinians.

College Foundation, Inc., a nonprofit corporation serving North Carolina students and families since 1955, administers a portfolio of more than $3 billion, including low-interest federal education loans, the state’s college grant programs and the tax-free “529″ college savings program on behalf of the N.C. State Education Assistance Authority.

CFNC offers its resources via telephone, toll-free at 1-866-866-CFNC or on its website at CFNC.org.

SOURCE College Foundation of North Carolina

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