BRISTOL, Tenn. - A new partnership announced this morning clears the way for former students at Virginia Intermont College to receive a copy of their transcript.
King University announced this morning that Virginia Intermont transcripts are now accessible through the office of registration and records at King University.
King will now permanently house both physical and electronic records as well as course catalogs for VI's 130 year history.
VI students seeking copies of their academic transcripts go online and either print a form or submit the electronic form.
Requests will be processed in three to five days for a $5 fee.
Organizations may also contact King to verify a former student's degree or enrollment.
To access the King University site click here.
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