ACPE members and students can now sign-in to their accounts to review, download, and print their transcript! This transcript, electronically signed by the ACPE registrar, contains a proprietary “ACPE Transcript” watermark and is an official document.
Did you know that ACPE has hundreds of thousands of records dating back a century? ACPE currently has three sets of records for student units dating back to the 1920’s: paper files (yellow cards) for units registered prior to 2000, the original digital database for units registered between 2000 and October 2015, and our current online database for units registered after October 2015 through the present.
Given our multiple sets of records, not everyone will be able to take advantage of the new on-demand service. If you are not able to take advantage of the on-demand option, requesting a transcript only takes minutes with the online request form. Please read the questions below to determine if you can use the on-demand service.
Do you have an account with a username and password to sign-in to the website?
You must already have an account with a username and password to sign-in to the website to access your transcript. If you do not already have a username and password, please complete the online request form. Do not create a new account as this will only make things more complicated.
Did you complete any of your CPE units before 2000?
Units completed between 1920 and 2000 were submitted to the ACPE office on “yellow cards.” These files are still stored in paper form and not currently available on-demand. For a transcript containing units before 2000, please complete the online request form.
Did you complete any of your CPE units between 2000 and October 2015?
Units completed between 2000 and 2015 were migrated from the original digital database to ACPE’s current database. Over 100,000 records were migrated. In the process of migrating a tremendous amount of data, many student records were split into multiple accounts that are not linked to each other. ACPE staff can easily remedy the situation by merging the student accounts. Do not add old units to your current account, as you will be creating duplicate records.
Sign-in to review, download, and print your transcript. If your transcript is missing units, please complete the online request form.
Did you complete your CPE units after October 2015?
If you completed your units beginning in October 2015 or later, you should already have a username and password to access the website. If you used the same username and password to enroll in all your units, you should be able to access a complete transcript.
Sign-in to review, download, and print your transcript. If your transcript is missing units or has incorrect information, please complete the online request form.
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