Applicants who have completed college coursework are asked to submit an official transcript. An official transcript submitted during the application process will be recorded as “College Transcript” in our database. If you submit an unofficial college transcript, the information will be entered as a supplemental document in your file. Enrolling first-year students who would like their college courses considered for credit transfer will be required to submit an official college transcript.
Do I have to send an official college transcript?
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