Participants who successfully complete the program receive credit for two courses, the equivalent of one year of Japanese language study, from Princeton University.
Regarding official transcripts, current Princeton students can request them through TigerHub. Princeton alums will need to go to the web page http://registrar.princeton.edu/student-services/transcript/ and follow the directions on the page to request their transcripts. Transcripts are free of charge.
Non-Princeton students can also go to http://registrar.princeton.edu/student-services/transcript/, where they will find a .pdf request form to be printed, completed, and signed. The form can be sent either by mail or fax; a third option is to scan and e-mail it to email@example.com. The request form requires a signature. There is no charge for the transcript, but the Registrar cannot release transcripts without a signature.
Princeton students must take program courses for a letter grade (no P/D/F), which will appear on their Princeton University transcript. There is no deviation from this policy.