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Official, sealed transcripts are required by other institutions when students transfer. Official transcripts (a copy of a student's permanent academic record) must be requested in writing from the Registration Office of the college where the classes were taken. Cost is $4.20 per copy and requires two working days for processing. In compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, grade transcripts will be released only upon written request.
Students can get an unofficial transcript at no cost, via Student Online Services at the college website. Transcripts will not be released if students have not fulfilled all financial obligations to the college.
GED transcripts (copy of test scores) must be requested in writing from the campus Testing Office, and include the student's social security number and signature. There is a $4.40 charge per copy.
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