The Records office assists credit students with requests related to their academic records including transcripts, grades, appeals and verification of enrollment. Refer to the Credit Steps to Enroll if you need additional assistance with enrolling in credit classes.
Access to Student Information - Your student records are protected by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
Advanced Standing Credit - Testing Services coordinates and maintains the guidelines for prior learning assessment (PLA). Refer to this testing link to learn more about the fees, credits awarded, transcipting, enrollment and other information related to credits awarded for portfolio or certificate evaluation, military credit, national standardized tests, or proficiency examinations and other prior learning assessments.
Attendance - If, by the second week of the semester (prorated for classes shorter than 16 weeks in length), you have not attended at least one session of each course in which you are enrolled, you may be dropped for non-attendance from those courses with no refund of tuition and fees.
Appeals - You may appeal decisions that are academic or non-academic in nature or file a complaint if there is a concern regarding illegal discrimination, harassment and retaliation.
Auditing a Course - You may attend a credit course regularly without being required to take exams or complete assignments, but will not receive credit for the audited course.
Courses by Arrangement - You may have different options of course delivery which include directed study (independent or courses by arrangement) and self-paced as well as traditional methods. Refer to this site for more information.
DegreeCheck - You can use DegreeCheck as an unofficial audit of your course work to determine whether you are on track for graduation.
Grades - This information includes grading system, pass/fail grading, repeated courses, viewing grades online and a GPA calculator to estimate your grades.
Graduation - Includes deadlines and forms to apply or appeal. Also honors and general commencement information is included.
Request Transcripts to Be Sent - You may request that your official JCCC credit transcripts be sent to other institutions or individuals. This request requires your signature and therefore cannot be done by phone or email. You can also view your transcripts online.
Verification of Enrollment - Required by some agencies, businesses and employers, including lending institutions. Refer to this information to request a verification of your enrollment or determine your course status and maximum course load per semester.