Students may request an official copy of their Glendale Community College academic transcript by written request only. Transcripts include grades of all courses completed at Glendale Community College. Any outstanding debt and obligation must be cleared before transcripts will be processed. Transcripts may be ordered in person or by mail.
** FIRST TWO (2) COPIES OF YOUR OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT ARE FREE**
(PLEASE SEE RULES FOR RUSH PROCESSING BELOW)
Fees & Processing Time
Regular Service: $10.00 per copy
Allow 10 WORKING DAYS
from the date of receipt TO PROCESS. (excluding Saturday, Sunday and Holidays)
Allow 4 – 6 WEEKS
(once grades have been posted) for processing requests with a HOLD FOR CURRENT SEMESTER FINAL GRADES, and for all regular requests during the posting of final grades. Requests are processed in the order received.
Express Service: $15.00 per copy
Allow 5 working days from the date of receipt TO PROCESS. (excluding Saturday, Sunday and Holidays)
Allow 5 DAYS (once grades have been posted) for processing requests with a HOLD FOR CURRENT SEMESTER FINAL GRADES. (excluding Saturday, Sunday and Holidays)
Express service does not apply to CSU BREADTH and IGETC certifications.
What is of Express Service?
- BY MAIL
Student submits a written request to have official transcripts mailed. The official transcript is processed in our office within 5 DAYS from the date receipt (excluding Saturday, Sunday and Holidays) and mailed by way of regular United States Postal Service to the requested destination. Delivery time is determined by the United States Postal Service.
Your transcripts will not be delivered to its destination within 5 DAYS.
- IN PERSON (PICK UP)
Student submits a written request in person, and then returns in 5 DAYS (excluding Saturday, Sunday and Holidays) with Picture Identification to pick up official transcript.
Glendale Community College will not make or send copies of transcripts originated by other institutions. The Transcript Request Form (Word - PDF) is available in the Admissions and Records Office or on the Forms page.
The Admissions & Records office is located on the 1st floor of the Administration Building, Room 143.
In Person Request
You may request your official transcript in person at the Admissions and Records Office. We are located in the Administration Building -143. (AD 143)
Transcript request forms are available for your convenience at the Admissions Counter, in AD139, or in this website under forms. A picture I.D. is required to release records.
- Students may order their official transcript by mail. A written request with the student's signature must be included.
- Please include the following information:
- Name (include prior names)
- Date of Birth and Social Security Number
- Approximate Dates of Attendance
- Number of Copies Needed
- Specific mailing address for each transcript ordered
- Student's signature
- Check or Money Order payable to Glendale Community College (G.C.C.)
Mail your request to:
Glendale Community College
Attn: Office of Admissions & Records
1500 N. Verdugo Road Glendale, CA 91208
For further assistance, please call (818) 240-1000 Ext. 5910.
Additional Transcript Information
General Education Certificate
All courses for which a student requests General Education Certification must be posted on the student's transcript at Glendale Community College. Courses completed at other accredited colleges or universities in the United States also may be used for certification. If courses are used from out of state institutions, the student is responsible for providing catalog course descriptions to the Office of Admissions and Records.
Students are responsible for requesting certification when their transcripts are sent to participating institutions.
The certification will only be sent to the university along with the student's transcript.
California State University (CSU BREADTH)
For General Education Certification, a student must complete at least one course at Glendale Community College from the CSU Breadth requirement certification list. All courses must be completed with grades of C or better. Either partial or full certification can be earned.
IGETC (UC and CSU)
All courses must be completed with a grade of C or better. (C- is not acceptable). Full or partial certification can be granted. Partial certification is a new policy that allows a student to complete one or two IGETC courses in specific areas of the IGETC after transfer, and is granted only by petition with documented "good cause." See your academic counselor for the policy regarding IGETC partial certification. Certification requests for the U.C. must include a copy of high school transcripts
If you have any questions regarding General Education Certification, you should consult with your academic counselor.
For further assistance, please call (818) 240-1000 ext. 5910