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What to do with a dual-enrollment transcript?

crhethcrheth Registered User Posts: 11 New Member
So, I wanted to ask CC this because I think I've been having misunderstandings with the Stanford offices, and somehow on this forum probably knows what to do.
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So, I am a freshman applicant. The community college where I've been taking dual-enrollment classes closed grades recently, and is currently processing my transcript. Stanford's office previously assured me that the transcript could be sent as late as March because it is a MidYear transcript only. What to do from there, they did not say.

*Every* other school tells me to have the college transcript sent directly to their admissions office (my college does not send electronic transcripts). However, when I emailed Stanford asking what they wanted me to do with the transcript, this was their cookie-cutter reply

>Please send a fax to (650) 723-6050 for credentials, updates, changes or corrections you wish to make to your application. On the fax, please include your full name, date of birth and Common Application ID number.
Please note that we are unable to process letters or any other application documents submitted as email attachments.

This seems like it could be a misunderstanding; am I expected to rip open an official transcript and fax it in? What do I do?

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