Where Do I Send Official Transcripts?

NAIA Eligibility Center - Transcripts
P.O. Box 15340
Kansas City, MO 64106

To send records using FedEx, DHL, UPS or other shipping company please use our street address:

NAIA Eligibility Center - Transcripts
1200 Grand Blvd., Suite 100
Kansas City, MO 64106

What's Considered an Official Transcript?

  • Transcripts must be official. This means they need to be in a school envelope, sealed by a school official and stamped by a school official.
  • You may take the sealed transcript provided to you by the school official and place it in a larger envelope to stamp and address yourself.
  • NO faxed or emailed transcripts will be accepted. See the list below for electronic transcript services used by the Eligibility Center.


What Else Do I Need To Know About Sending Transcripts?

You need to wait to send them until the transcript includes all completed coursework from the school.

You should send a complete, official transcript as SOON as it is available.

Now that you have graduated high school, you need to send ALL transcripts. Transcripts from every summer class, online class, part-time college work, even transcripts from schools you may have left before completing the term. 

It is helpful (though not necessary) to include the appropriate cover page when sending transcripts. Print your personalized cover page from your online To Do List.

The Eligibility Center can accept electronic transcripts through the following services:

  • Parchment - When sending transcripts through this service, select Academic Destinations > Missouri > NAIA Eligibility Center. This is the only way to ensure the transcript will reach the Eligibility Center.
  • Escrip-Safe
  • National Transcript Center
  • National Student Clearinghouse
  • ConnectEdu
  • Credentials' TranscriptsNetwork - When sending transcripts through this service, select Special Purpose Recipient > National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). This is the only way to ensure the transcript will reach the Eligibility Center.

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