Grossmont College accepts official transcripts for evaluations, graduation, academic renewal, and course repetition. Electronic official transcripts must be sent directly from the issuing institution. Hard copy official transcripts must be delivered sealed inside the original envelope.
Official transcripts of previous academic work in college are required from all students. These transcripts become part of the student's permanent file and will not be released or forwarded to other institutions. Students may be exempt from assessment for English, Reading and/or Mathematics if their prior coursework meets the necessary criteria.
No previous academic work may be disregarded. Students should request that their former
school(s) send an official transcript of their records to Grossmont College. Anything
other than an official transcript cannot be accepted by Admissions & Records.
Students should be aware that schools may charge a fee for forwarding the transcripts.
Grossmont is part of Parchment’s Transcript Network and can receive electronic transcripts directly through Parchment.
Colleges/universities may also submit official transcripts to:
Admissions & Records
Transcripts (educational credentials) issued in foreign countries from non-American institutions and those in a language other than English require special handling. Each foreign transcript must be translated into English and submitted to an approved agency.
Beginning July 2017, Grossmont College accepts the evaluations of foreign transcripts from only those agencies that are current members of NACES (National Association of Credential Evaluations Services). For a current list of agencies visit: www.naces.org.