I attended college in Tampa Florida, the college did my FASFA. I had to have my parent there to sign because i was 17. While attending college. The financial aid guy told me i could attend another class because my fasfa didn't pay for the class. I sat through 7 classes and passed them, without them letting me know a class wasn't paid for. a year later i got my loan deferred and starting college at a different location, and when they sent a request form to receive my other credits, the other college denied it. I called the school and they said unless i pay them $5000 in cash to the school they would not release my transcripts. Is that legal even though the majority of the classes are on my loan and tagged on to my new one? If i have to pay for the classes why cant i have those credits?
If you owe loans, that typically does not stop a transcript. Owing the school money directly does give them the right to withhold the transcript. Speak to an education specialty lawyer in your area.
Family Law Attorney
You need to check their policy. If there is nothing stated about withholding transcript for non payment they probably can't do thst.
I'd write them demanding your transcript. If they refuse threaten suit. You'll probably get them.