College Transcripts & Forms
Looking to obtain your college transcripts? Need to find an academic form to help move you towards your goals? Look no further! Find directions about how to request transcripts and access various forms below.
Request Official College Transcripts
There are two ways to order official college transcripts from Southwestern Oregon Community College: paper copies and electronic copies. See below for instructions on how to order each:
FOR PAPER TRANSCRIPTS
Complete the Official Grade Transcript Request form for paper transcripts:
- The first 7 paper transcripts per year are FREE. Additional paper transcripts cost $10 each.
- Transcripts are confidential. Therefore, your request must be signed and dated. Transcripts ordered typically take up to 7 business days to arrive at your destination (during non-peak times).
- Transcripts will only be processed if your account balance is current, all holds are resolved, your identifying information is correct, and complete and legible addresses are provided.
- Please call 541-888-7352 to pay by credit card when requesting additional paper transcripts beyond the 7 free transcripts offered per year.
FOR ELECTRONIC TRANSCRIPTS
Complete the Electronic Transcripts process for online transcripts:
- You will be redirected to the website for National Student Clearinghouse. Proceed through the ordering process.
- FEES: Southwestern Oregon Community College does not charge additional transcript fees for electronic transcripts. Our partner, The National Student Clearinghouse, charges processing fees of $3.90 per transcript. These charges are paid by the requestor.
Transcripts & Transfer Students
Students who transfer to Southwestern and plan to complete a degree and/or receive financial aid must complete the application for admission process and have official transcripts from all colleges previously attended sent to:
Southwestern Oregon Community College
Attn: Transcript Evaluator
1988 Newmark Avenue
Coos Bay, OR 97420
Course credits transferred from other accredited colleges or universities are evaluated in terms of equivalency to Southwestern courses and/or applicability to Southwestern programs. All credits of the cumulative grade point average (GPA) are transferred, even though some of the credits may not apply to a student’s Southwestern program.