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Transcript and Transfer Information

The transfer process, whether transferring in or transferring out of SCCC, requires special information and assistance.

Transferring Out

If you are looking for information on transferring from here to another college or institution, please visit our Student Advising and Counseling Center for Transfer Assistance information.

Requesting Your SCCC Transcript

If you would like information on obtaining your transcript, please visit our Registrar’s Office for Transcript Request information.

Transferring In

If you are seeking to transfer credits to SCCC, we urge you to begin the process early.

  1. A student wishing to transfer credits to SCCC must submit an Application for Admission available online at, have official transcripts from previous colleges sent directly to the Registrar’s Office.
  2. SCCC will accept a maximum of 50% of the credits required for a degree (AA, AS or AFA) or certificate or up to 39 credits for an AAS degree for credits earned at other institutions, by experiences and/or by examination (CLEP or Challenge) in order to complete requirements for a degree from SCCC. If science and computer courses were completed more than eight (8) years ago, students will be required to repeat them (for the PCCC Nursing Program there is a five-year limit on sciences, from the date of the course completion).
  3. These credits will be entered in the Credits Earned column of the transcript and will not affect a student’s quality-point average.
  4. Transfer credits earned at other institutions are entered on the transcripts only after a student has been accepted and matriculated in a curriculum.
  5. A minimum grade of “C” or its equivalent is required for transfer credit to be applicable to a student’s certificate or associate degree curriculum..
  6. Special accredited courses and other training will be evaluated (i.e. Ponsi, banking, ACE, military) on an individual basis.
  7. International students must have their foreign transcripts translated and evaluated into US equivalents by a National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) member.