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Delay in release of student's transcript of record resolved

A college graduate has retrieved her high school records after a delay of almost a year in its release.

In Emil Sumangil’s report on “24 Oras” on Monday, Julina Robleado was not able to claim her transcript of records (TOR) even after she graduated in 2023.

Robleado obtained her degree in political science at the University of Makati (UMak). Since then, despite finding jobs, she has found it difficult to apply since she has no transcript of records (TOR).

“Diploma po hindi raw po sapat. kailangan daw po talaga ng TOR kasi doon sila magbe-base ng grades ko. Pinaghirapan ko po ‘yan nang ilang taon then hindi ko po siya makukuha,” Robleado said.

(They said a diploma does not suffice since they need the TOR because they will base it on my grades. I worked hard for that for several years, but I could not get it.)

Robleado has been going to UMak several times but they said she needs to submit Form 137, which contains her permanent record in high school.

When she requested her records at the Tibagan High School, the school said they could not locate her records as they changed their registrar.

UMak told “Resibo” they had not received Robleado’s Form 137 from Tibagan High School, adding that they need the original or certified true copy of the graduate’s Form 137 to issue the TOR.

UMak said once Form 137 is submitted, they will release Robleano’s TOR, which is allegedly ready for release since 2023.

Tibagan High School said they had a problem with their records as they switched the school registrar multiple times.

With Resibo's inquiry, Tibagan High School went through their record and found Robleano's Form 137. —Celine Serquina/LDF, GMA Integrated News