Effective: November 20, 2006
Revised: October 16, 2006
|1.||The presence of LOW-VALUES in data fields causes significant problems for several institutions in the receipt of student records. A transaction will be rejected if non-displayable characters are sent in the data unless found in Filler Reserved for Local Use. Please use some other appropriate character (e.g., SPACES) with which to initialize your records before sending them.|
|2.||Items 16 through 35, although not required, are all fields which can be used in the translation of the FASTER format to the SPEEDE format. If your institution can supply any or all of these fields, the SPEEDE transcript produced from the translation will be more complete. Also, when receiving a transcript from a SPEEDE institution, these fields may supply you with information useful in admissions and placement.|
|3.||Special characters, tilde (~), caret (^), and grave accent (`), are used as delimiters in the translation of FASTER to SPEEDE/ExPRESS. They are reserved symbols and as such cannot be included in data sent through FASTER to a SPEEDE/ExPRESS institution.|
|4.||School Entry Date has been added, position 924-931.|
|5.||School Exit Date has been added, position 932-939.|
Effective: November 20, 2006
Record Size: 1020
The record type for this transaction. The value will always be "P01".
|2||4-13||10||A/N/L||Social Security Number*
The student's social security number
|4-12||9||N||Social Security Number|
The date the transcript was prepared (formatted MMDDCCYY)
This denotes whether or not this is a complete, final transcript.
|5||23-23||1||A||Eligible to Return*
Denotes whether or not this student is in good standing and is eligible to continue enrollment or is eligible to return.
|6||24-24||1||A||Foreign Language Requirement*
This element denotes whether the student has demonstrated competency in a foreign language as required by the Board of Regents.
|7||25-25||1||A||Gordon Rule Requirement*
This element denotes whether or not the student has demonstrated the writing and computational skills required by State Rule 6A-10.30.
|8||26-26||1||A||General Education Met
This element denotes whether or not the student has met the institution's general education and/or AA degree requirements.
This optional element denotes if the student's immunization requirements are satisfied.
|10||28-28||1||A/N||Basis of Admissions
This element defines the basis on which a postsecondary institution admitted the student.
|11a||29-29||1||A||Talented Twenty Status as of Seventh Semester
This denotes whether or not the student was a member of the Talented Twenty at the end of the seventh semester of high school.
|12||48-160||113||A/N/L||Institution Mailing Address|
|48-82||35||Address Line 1|
|83-117||35||Address Line 2|
|148-149||2||State or Province (for Canadian province and U.S. territory codes, see Attachment 1 to this format; for U.S. state codes, see Attachment 3 to format T1 in Appendix I of this manual)|
|159-160||2||Country Code (ISO country code; see Attachment 2 to this format)|
|13||161-194||34||A/N/L||Student's Place of Birth|
|191-192||2||State or Province|
ISO country code (see Attachment 2 to this format)
|14||195-244||50||A/N/L||Name of High School Last Attended|
|15||245-245||1||A/N||Residency Code for Fee Purposes
The legal residency status for fee purposes of the student at the sending institution
|16||246-280||35||A/N/L||Name of SPEEDE/ExPRESS Institution
If the sending/addressed institution is a user of SPEEDE/ExPRESS, then this field contains that institution's name. Note, however, that this field may be blank if the SPEEDE/ExPRESS institution is the addressed institution.
|17||281-294||14||A/N/L||Identification Code of High School Last Attended
The code set used to identify the High School Last Attended.
|283-294||12||A/N/L||Code of High School Last Attended using Code Set specified.
Examples: Codes for Gainesville High School
|18||295-296||2||A/N||Student's Country of Citizenship Code
Country Code (ISO country code; see Attachment 2 to this format)
|19||297-321||25||A/N||Institution Telephone Number|
|20||322-346||25||A/N||Institution Facsimile Number|
|21||347-396||50||A/N||Institution Electronic Mail Address|
|22||397-402||6||N/R||Cumulative Grade Point Average
The student's cumulative grade point average for the entire transcript.
|25||414-421||8||N||Date of Class Ranking
NOTE: Zeroes are valid in month and/or day if the sending institution is a SPEEDE/ExPRESS institution.
|26||422-423||2||N/R||Citizenship Status Code
|27||424-426||3||A/N/L||Native Language of Student
ISO Language Codes (ISO language code (both 2 and 3 charcter) as well as the NISO Language Codes; see Attachment 3 to this format)
|28||427-427||1||A/N||Language Proficiency Indicator
|29||428-462||35||A/N||Administrative Contact Name
This is the name of the contact person at the sending institution in free-from text format.
ISO country code (see Attachment 2 to this format)
|31||529-531||3||A/N||High School Graduation Type Code
|32||532-539||8||N/L||Academic Credit Hours Attempted and in GPA
The credit hours attempted and in the GPA for the entire transcript.
|33||540-547||8||N/L||Quality Points Used to Compute Student's GPA
The quality points used to compute the student's GPA for the entire transcript.
|35||554-559||6||N/L||Total Number in Class|
|36||560-561||2||A/N||Student Communication Number Qualifier 1
This code identifies the type of the first of four possible communication numbers for the student.
|37||562-641||80||A/N||Student Communication Number 1
This is the first of four possible communication numbers for the student.
|38||642-643||2||A/N||Student Communication Number Qualifier 2
This code identifies the type of the second of four possible communication numbers for the student. See Student Communication Number Qualifier 1, item 36, above, for a list of valid codes.
|39||644-723||80||A/N||Student Communication Number 2
This is the second of four possible communication numbers for the student.
|40||724-725||2||A/N||Student Communication Number Qualifier 3
This code identifies the type of the third of four possible communication numbers for the student. See Student Communication Number Qualifier 1, item 36, above, for a list of valid codes.
|41||726-805||80||A/N||Student Communication Number 3
This is the third of four possible communication numbers for the student.
|42||806-807||2||A/N||Student Communication Number Qualifier 4
This code identifies the type of the fourth of four possible communication numbers for the student. See Student Communication Number Qualifier 1, item 36, above, for a list of valid codes.
|43||808-887||80||A/N>||Student Communication Number 4
This is the fourth of four possible communication numbers for the student.
|44||888-888||1||A/N||Academic Credit Type Code
This code indicates the type of credit used/awarded by the sending institution.
|45||889-890||2||A/N||Academic Summary Type
This code indicates the level or type or both, of work which is reflected in the grade point average and the credit hours earned.
|46||891-898||8||N||Academic Credit Hours Attempted or Paid For
This is the total number of credits (credit hours) for which the student paid, whether or not the credits were used to calculate the grade point average. Examples of credit hours to be included, if available, are credits for which non-punitive grades such as "I" or "W" or "Audit" were awarded.
|47||899-906||8||N||Academic Credit Hours Earned
This is the total number of credits (credit hours) attempted and earned and included.
|48||907-914||8||N||Lowest Possible Grade Point Average
This is the the lowest possible grade point average (GPA) that a student could obtain on the institution's grading scale.
Lowest Possible Grade Point Average may NOT be blank if Highest Possible Grade Point Average is not blank.
|49||915-922||8||N||Highest Possible Grade Point Average
This is the the highest possible grade point average (GPA) that a student could obtain on the institution's grading scale.
Highest Possible Grade Point Average may NOT be blank if Lowest Possible Grade Point Average is not blank.
|50||923-923||1||A/N||Excessive GPA Indicator
This is a code indicating that an A+ grade has a value higher than the highest possible GPA or that certain courses have a higher value than regular courses.
|51||924-931||8||A/N||School Entry Date
This is the date a student entered a school, school program, school district, or postsecondary institution. Zeros or spaces may also be entered.
|52||932-939||8||A/N||School Exit Date
This is the date a student withdrew from a school, school program, school district, or postsecondary institution. Valid values for this field are zeros, the date of graduation, or the date of official withdrawl. Spaces are also accepted.
|54>54||1012-1020||9||A/N||Filler Reserved for Local Use|
Attachment 1 - Canadian Province and U.S. Territory Codes
Attachment 2 - ISO Country Codes
Attachment 3 - ISO Language Codes