How much does a transcript cost?

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How much does a transcript cost?

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The cost provides for supplies such as transcript paper, envelopes, postage, and supports staff responsible for processing your transcript request. It also helps support the technical aspects of the transcript systems, as well as other key student services enhancements. Effective May 19, 2008 charges are as follows: • Transcripts – $13 per copy. • Early or Partial Transcripts – $25 for the first copy and $13 for each additional copy from the same college ordered at the same time. • Faxed Transcripts – $20 A fax is not official, and this includes an official transcript mailed at the same time. • Domestic Fed Ex – Next Business Day – $15 plus the $13 per copy transcript fee. • International Fed Ex – International Priority – The amount the UI is assessed for the service plus the $13 per copy transcript fee. Effective May 18, 2009 charges are as follows:*pending Board of Regents approval • Transcripts – $15 per copy. • Early or Partial Transcripts – $25 for the first copy and $15 for each

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A transcript is a written record of a trial. Parties pay court reporters $3.15 per page for an original transcript. Copies cost $0.50 per page. The first party to file a Petition for Review is liable for the cost of the original transcript. Exhibits cost $0.50 per page for the 1-50 pages, $0.40 per page for 51-100 pages, $0.30 per page for 101-200 pages, and $0.20 per page for over 200 pages. Court reporters are to issue regular transcripts within 60 days after the date the Petition for Review was filed; transcripts for fatal, PTD, and 19(b) cases are due within 30 days; transcripts for 19(b-1) cases are due within 25 days. If a transcript is late, please contact the Supervisor of Court Reporters, Linda Freeman (312/814-5781). Once a party orders a transcript, it is obligated to pay the court reporter, even if the case is settled and the transcript is no longer required. Payment is due within 30 days of the court reporter’s written request for payment.

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$8.00 per transcript. This cost provides for supplies such as transcript paper, envelopes, and postage, and supports staff responsible for processing your transcript request. It also helps support the technical aspects of the transcript system, as well as other key student services enhancements. Refer to the cost chart for all charges and options.

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The transcript fee is $10 for an official transcript and $1 for any additional copies on the same request. There is no fee for an unofficial copy of your transcript. For questions regarding payment for transcripts call (434)-592-3916.

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Attorneys pay court reporters $3.15 per page for an original transcript. Copies cost $0.50 per page. The first party to file a Petition for Review is liable for the cost of the original transcript. Exhibits cost $0.50 per page for the 1-50 pages, $0.40 per page for 51-100 pages, $0.30 per page for 101-200 pages, and $0.20 per page for over 200 pages. Court reporters are to issue regular transcripts within 60 days after the date the Petition for Review was filed; transcripts for fatal, PTD, and 19(b) cases are due within 30 days; transcripts for 19(b-1) cases are due within 25 days. If a transcript is late, please contact the Supervisor of Court Reporters, Linda Freeman (312/814-5781). Once a party orders a transcript, it is obligated to pay the court reporter, even if the case is settled and the transcript is no longer required. Payment is due within 30 days of the court reporter’s written request for payment.

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