Request an APR or Internal Transcript
Navigate to request your APR/Transcript through the My APR/Unofficial Transcript link under the Academic Records submenu.
Click either or . The report will be sent to your Williams e-mail address as a .pdf attachment.
APR’s and Internal Transcripts are intended for use internal
to Williams. They are not official transcripts to be sent outside
Williams. Both contain:
Enrolled courses and grades
On the APR, courses are sorted by division
and subject to make review for progress toward distribution
and major requirements easier.
On the Internal transcript, courses are
sequential by term.
Test/placement results with recommended
placement and equivalent courses granted for AP, IB, A-Levels
or Williams Placement exams
All test results will have an assigned
FYPL course with the title indicating the recommended
placement. This may be ‘No advanced placement’,
‘First-days Exam/Consult Department’ or a
specific course or course level. If course equivalents
are awarded as well, the course title for the Williams
equivalent course may have (PL) or (EQ) in the title.
(PL) indicates that the course can
be used as a prerequisite for higher level courses,
but you also may choose to take the course at Williams.
(EQ) indicates that the course
can be used as a prerequisite for higher level courses
and the course cannot be repeated at Williams without
approval of the department.
Transfer Credit information. This will include
the source of the credit, a TRAN course with the title indicating
the reason for credit (study away, etc.), and any course equivalents.
Some course equivalents will be directly equivalent to Williams
courses; others will be elective courses indicating completion
of major requirements. Credit earned will display along with
grades: T (credit earned), TW (WSP credit earned), TZ (in progress
or pending receipt of transcript), or TM (credit toward major
Counters for various college distribution
requirements and for the PE requirement.
Notes from CAS decisions, or substitutions
or waivers to major or college requirements.