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Transcripts FAQ'S

Transcript FAQ's

Q. Am I able to request my Transcript during COVID-19?
Yes, you are still able to request your transcript online at The COVID-19 pandemic has increased the time required to process your request. In general, transcript requests may take up to 15 business days to process.
Q. Can I order “Rushed” Transcripts?
Unfortunately, due to circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, we are unable to offer “Rushed” transcripts at this time.
Q. How much do transcripts cost?
A. Students' first two official transcripts EVER are free. Once you’ve requested more than two official transcripts, the cost is $3.00 each. "Rush" official transcripts are currently unavailable.
Q. What if I want to request a transcript in person?
A. Due to an order from the Governor of California, our office is currently closed. Ordering transcripts in person is currently unavailable.
Q. If I request a transcript from Grossmont College, are classes from Cuyamaca College included?
A. Yes. Coursework taken at both colleges will be included on your transcript.
Q. I want to send an attachment with my official transcript.  What do I do?
A. If you need to send an attachment with your official transcript, you can email the attachment to (Please put “Transcript Request Attachment” in the subject line).

Q. Can official transcripts be sent electronically?
A. Currently, only transcripts sent to San Diego State University are sent electronically. Transcripts sent to San Diego State University are considered regular transcripts and are processed twice per week.
Q. When are official transcripts stampedISSUED TO STUDENT”?
A. All transcripts released to students or authorized persons are stamped“ISSUED TO STUDENT”.
Q. I want my transcript sent after my grades are finalized. How long will it take to be processed and mailed?
A. “Hold for Final Grade” transcripts become available to order beginning in Finals Week and processed approximately 2-3 weeks after the end of the semester.
Q. I want my transcript sent after my degree is posted on my official transcript. How long will it take to be processed and mailed?
A. “Hold for Degree Posting” transcripts are available to order beginning in Finals Week and processed approximately 4 weeks after the end of the semester.
Q. I want to obtain course descriptions for classes I took.  What do I do?
A. The best way to obtain course descriptions is to visit (direct link).
In addition to College Source, Grossmont College catalogs with course descriptions from 2002 to Present are available at the following link:

Official Transcripts - Order Online


**Please note: An additional $2.30 handling fee will be charged per transcript.**

Grossmont College  has partnered with Credentials Inc. to accept transcript orders over the Internet. Please click on the TranscriptsPlus icon below to enter your request.  If you are uncomfortable placing an order over the Internet, you can call Credentials Inc. at 847-716-3005 to place your transcript request.  There is an additional operator surcharge for placing orders over the telephone.


To check the status of my request:

Current students may also request transcripts from WebAdvisor under the "student menu" link. Select "Transcript Request" under the "Other Services" heading.


Click "Request Transcripts"

Click "Grossmont College"

If you are not currently enrolled at Grossmont College you may obtain your transcripts by clicking Transcript Plus link below.



Unofficial Transcripts
You may print your unofficial transcripts from WebAdvisor to get your past grades, courses taken, semesters attended and grade point average. Login to WebAdvisor and proceed to the "student menu." Select "Academic History" under the "Academic Profile" heading. On the prompt "Transcript Type" select "WA WebAdvisor."
Last Updated: 05/20/2020
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