- How do I transfer my GRCC classes/credits to another institution?
- Can I request my official transcript over the phone?
- Can I request and/or pick up a transcript for someone else?
- Can I have my official transcript sent by email or fax?
- How much does it cost and how long will it take to request/send an official transcript?
- What if I have a document that must be sent with my official transcript?
- I have a hold on my account. Can I request my transcript?
- When will my degree show up on my transcript?
- How do I get MACRAO/MTA posted to my transcript?
- Can I just send part of my official transcript?
- Why is Blackboard not matching my transcript?
Transferring classes/credits to another institution can be done by submitting an official transcript request through the Online Center. The receiving institution is responsible for evaluating and posting incoming transfer classes/credits. For more information, visit the Student Records Office transfer credit webpage.
Complying with FERPA, GRCC requires that official transcripts be requested and/or picked up by the student only. If the student wants to pick up an official transcript, he/she can do so in the Student Records Office after photo identification has been provided.
No, however, we do offer an electronic transcript option in Online Center. The cost is $2.50 for processing.
At this time, there is no charge and it can take one to three business days to process a request. Be advised that we are not responsible for mail delivery times or how the recipient processes incoming mail.
We recommend that you use the electronic transcript option in Online Center, many attachments, such as AMCAS will be generated automatically with this option - you are also able to upload attachments to your request.
If you would like to use the mail option, submit the document to accompany your transcript when submitting a transcript request form to the Student Records office.
No, we cannot process your request if you have certain holds on your account. You can view any holds currently on your account and view details about each in the Online Center on the right hand side toward the bottom of the page.
In order for a degree to be posted, students must fill out a Graduation Application. Within six weeks of grades being posted for your intended graduation term, any awards a student has earned will be present on his/her transcript. Students can view their unofficial transcript in the Online Center as well to determine when a degree has been posted. Visit the Student Records Office graduation webpage for more information.
No, the official transcript is a record of all academic work attempted at GRCC. It is not possible to omit individual courses or semesters.
Blackboard is an instructional tool. GRCC does not rely on this system for obtaining official grades. Your transcript is dependent on another software that instructors are responsible for accurately updating. If you notice a legitimate discrepancy, contact your instructor.