Should the opportunity present itself, more course offerings may be added in the future. When it is safe and appropriate to reintroduce face to face offerings, our first priority will be to enable spring semester students to complete their course work. See the summer academic calendar. Want to check your progress?
View your grades online or use the GPA calculator to estimate your grades. For additional information about our grading system, refer to our grading system board policies. Final grades are available online after all grades have been submitted by all instructors and grade processing is complete.
Grades are generally available online three business days after the last date of final exams. This date is published in the academic calendar for each term. Select the My Records tab to view your final grades or your unofficial transcript. Some schools, scholarship committees and honorary societies do not accept this grading system and may choose to convert the "P" grade or not accept the coursework.
In addition, some degrees and prerequisites require a grade of "C" or better in certain courses. A "P" grade may not meet these requirements. Once the form is submitted, the course grade will be recorded as a "P" or an "F" on your official transcript and may not be changed back to a regular grade A, B, C, or D. Both grades will remain on the transcript, but the previous grade will not be calculated into the cumulative GPA.
If you are receiving financial aid, you should verify with the Financial Aid office that repeating a course won't affect your eligibility status. This policy for calculation of repeated courses applies only to the JCCC transcript. If you intend to transfer to another institution, the school you transfer to may have a different policy for calculating repeated courses that you transfer in.
You should check with the Registrar's office at the school you plan to attend to see how your repeated courses will be calculated at your new school. Prior to springan "R" replaced the earlier grade on a student's transcript. Beginning springthe "R" grade is no longer used and the original grade remains on the transcript with a special notation of an "E" repeat indicatorwhich excludes the grade from the cumulative GPA.
In order to be considered, the student must have completed a significant portion of the course and have a passing grade at the time of the request.These opportunities are rare, however, and fixing bad grades can be a very confusing subject since all colleges are different in their policies. Not all students would be eligible for efforts at grade correction and the circumstances must be right to qualify. It is by accurately understanding these opportunities that students and parents can identify then attempt any grade corrections.
Please keep in mind that trying to correct bad grades in college is only a rare chance, often with strict guidelines, and potential pitfalls as well. The best option, of course, is for students to do well in the first place. Others are very well acquainted with the process and have formal systems set up to handle requests. College problems tend to repeat themselves, and academic failure can keep recurring so administrative remedies should not happen on their own without efforts to solve the academic issues.
For students who are actively attending classes during a semester and know they are going to receive a bad grade, being able to prevent that grade from being placed on a transcript in the first place is probably the best and most obvious route of all.
It becomes much harder to correct bad grades after the semester ends, so catching them early can be critical to fixing them. Typically this latter date is just over half way through a semester, but I was surprised to find out that some colleges actually set the normal withdrawal date as the week before finals. It is far easier to make the accepted withdrawal deadline than to attempt any of the past-deadline options below since colleges can be extremely reluctant, barring extreme circumstances, to allow students to withdrawal from classes past established deadlines.
One of the hidden avenues for students to head off bad grades is to request to withdrawal from a class past the established deadline. However, the college will have a process to go through and will want an very good reason why the student did not withdraw from the class prior to the deadline.
Essentially, the student is petitioning the Dean of his or her college to allow them to withdraw from the class even though the deadline has passed.
A pitfall to getting all of the paperwork and signatures before the term ends can be that students may already be feeling overwhelmed by the high work demands at the end of a semester, and having this additional burden of trying to get letters of support or signatures on top of preparing for finals may increase the odds of it not getting done.
Also, these required letters or signatures might include the professor who teaches the class the student wishes to drop. Many students are reluctant to talk with a professor whose class they have not attended or are failing, so the student may be put off talking with that professor, making it more likely that the paperwork is never completed. They may also want formal verification for a reason given, which can come in the form of a letter from a physician or other verifying person.
Parent letters usually do not qualify as this formal documentation. There are a few options to correcting bad grades after the semester ends, but in my opinion, only one that actually is helpful to students who are actively attending college. What I have found from directly working with different colleges is that, as a general rule, efforts to correct bad grades should occur as close as possible in time to the semester in question, so identifying the problem and taking action quickly can be very important.
However, we will see that some options for correcting bad grades actually require that time to pass for students.Ask Online for Help or Information. Your student record includes all information Bellevue College collects from you, or creates for you starting at the time of your admission to the college through your graduation or completion of your program.
Student records include paper files and documents held in college offices, and electronic records, including those in our student database. Student records do not include information collected or created based on individual counseling sessions provided by our Counseling Center, and records related to law enforcement, which includes our Public Safety Office.
We post final class grades to your transcript within a week after the quarter ends. We do not mail grades to students. View your grades via your class schedule or unofficial transcript. You may also come to Student Central and ask for assistance to view your grades, or obtain a copy of your schedule. The college requires you to maintain a minimum academic standard as a condition of continued attendance, but also provides opportunities for students to obtain Academic Renewaland to repeat classes as a way to improve academic standing.
Home Spring Quarter starts April 8. All classes offered remotely all quarter. For specific questions, the best way to reach us is to use the button below to submit an Online Ticket Request for help or information.
Submitting a ticket is easy, fast and secure. Your ticket is routed to the person best able to assist you. Notes Access to student registration status information and grades are available on the BC website.
Login with Net ID is required. If a student owes a debt to the college, access to grades, official transcripts and other records may be withheld. Accessibility Emergency alerts Privacy notice Public disclosure Website info We are an equal opportunity institution.We handle a wide variety of requests related to transcripts, graduation, withdrawing and more.
The Records Office also maintains student academic records, performs enrollment verification, and other items related to student academic records. For electronic transcripts, the emailed download link is only available for 30 days from the date on the email.
The National Student Clearinghouse is our authorized agent for Degree Verifications for students who graduated from May through the present. It is widely accepted by third parties such as health insurance, credit issuers, housing providers, employers and others, and includes the enrollment term dates and indicates full-time or part-time status.
An apostille is essentially a certificate of authenticity for a U. As of Oct. The Convention provides for the simplified certification of public including notarized documents to be used in countries that have joined the convention.
Under the Hague Convention, signatory countries have agreed to recognize public documents issued by other signatory countries if those public documents are authenticated by the attachment of an internationally recognized form of authentication known as an apostille. A list of Hague Conference countries can be found at this link. The student is responsible for the entire apostille application process.
Records Office does not offer notary services. They will also need to make arrangements for the diploma and the official transcript to be at the Records Office during the notarization. In order to graduate, students must submit an online Application for Graduation by the specified deadline:. Students that plan to graduate will need to submit an online application for graduation.
Graduation applications must be submitted even if a student does not plan to participate in the ceremony. To Access the Online Graduation Application, please do the following:. A regalia package should include a cap, gown, hood, and tassel. Honors cords are also distributed with the regalia package if students are found to be eligible please view the Graduation Honors section.
Students are eligible for graduation honors based on their entire academic record which includes the previous academic record of transfer students. Students enroll in courses, but requirements for degrees are typically stated in terms of credits. Credits for each course are stated in the Catalog and the Schedule of Classes.
The prototypical lecture course is worth 3 credits, but courses vary widely in their credit values. The amount of work a student should expect to spend studying for a particular course depends on numerous factors including his or her prior preparation, but the expectation is that the typical student will need to spend at least 45 hours of work per credit assigned to the course.
Learning outcomes are specified in the paperwork used to certify a course for instruction at the College and should be stated on the syllabus for each section of each course. Typically, 3-credit courses are scheduled for three class periods of 50 minutes or two periods of 75 minutes, but other combinations are not uncommon for example, one class period per week of minutes.
Some types of courses typically require more scheduled class time per credit, for example laboratory, clinical, physical education, or fine arts courses.Taking concurrent enrollment classes begins a permanent college record, or transcript, that may be transferred to other colleges and universities. Transcripts will not be released to anyone other than the student even parents unless there is signed, written permission from the student.
You should review your transcript every semester to ensure that your Concurrent Enrollment classes have been posted to your transcript and that the grades are correct. You can also see the progress that you are making towards graduation. The grades you receive in your concurrent enrollment classes will be recorded on both your high school transcript as well as your permanent college transcript and will follow you throughout your college career. Be aware that receiving a poor grade in any of your concurrent enrollment classes could effect financial aid eligibility, your overall college GPA, athletic eligibility, and the ability to qualify for admission at some college and universities.
So it is important that you take your concurrent enrollment classes seriously and work hard to earn good grades. You should check your MySLCC account every semester to make sure you have been properly registered for your classes, and that there are no grading errors.
Grade reports are not mailed. Grades may be changed only if an error was made. You may appeal grades up to 3 years after the grade is assigned.
To change a grade, your instructor will need to submit a grade change request to SLCC. Grades below 'C-' may not transfer to other colleges or universities. If you are transferring a course to another college or university, contact that institution. Low grades in some prerequisite classes may also prevent you from registering for subsequent classes.
See Course Prerequisites for more information. Enrollment Info: Monday - Thursday: am - 8 pm Friday: am - pm Saturday: 9 am - 1 pm. Quick Links. Concurrent Students. Grades The grades you receive in your concurrent enrollment classes will be recorded on both your high school transcript as well as your permanent college transcript and will follow you throughout your college career.
Low Grades Grades below 'C-' may not transfer to other colleges or universities. Technical Support Support Website Hartnell College is committed to continue to serve our students and the community. We are working diligently to offer our services fully online. We apologize for any inconvenience or delays. Due to the statewide shelter-in-place order, all rush transcript requests will be delivered through U. To practice social distancing, the option to pick-up transcripts is currently unavailable until further notice.
Thank you for your patience. Hartnell is pleased to announce the availability of a new online Transcript Ordering Service. Transcript Ordering is provided through the National Student Clearinghouse.
Transcript Ordering allows you to order official transcripts online at any time day or night. You can order as many transcripts as you like in one online session using any major credit card. Please click on the National Clearinghouse link below to begin your request order. Certification is reported on your official transcript. Please complete the transcript request form and submit to the Admissions and Records Office. This free service is available for students who attended Hartnell College from to the present.
You can also track your order on the Transcript Ordering Web site.Your online Kodiak Corner! Student Account Management allows you to create and manage your student network account, including resetting or changing your password and looking up your username. Your student network account gives you access to the many services Cascadia provides over the campus network. Student Account Management.
If you have a preferred name you can add it to your contact information. When you add a preferred name, it along with your legal name will show up on your instructor's class roster. Cascadia College has partnered with BankMobile to deliver your financial aid refund. Click here for Bookstore Hours. Click here to Search for Textbooks. Click here for more information about and to sign up for CORE.
View your progress towards degree completion and graduation. Click here for Degree Audit. The username is your SSN. This link will help you know which forms or documents you need to turn in and what you need to do to receive a complete financial aid file. It may not reflect up-to-date information on student loans or other data. The form is printed and mailed to you.
Virtual tags based on license plate registration will be available starting Summer Quarter. From here on out, quarterly passes are available for purchase online only and will not require physical tags. You don't have to stop by Kodiak Corner.
You can:. These are available to all Cascadia students and employees and is the same one you need to access the library and to receive emergency alerts. Next, go to the online parking portal. Any credit card payments must be completed online through the parking portal.
If you plan on paying with cash or check, please visit the Cashier's Office in Husky Hall. Parking passes are expected to be purchased prior to the start of the quarter.Why Perfect Grades Don't Matter
Short term and daily permits may be purchased at the vending machines in each parking area. Q: How do I purchase day parking passes? A: No changes. Please use the pay stations located at the garage and parking lot exits to pay-by-plate. Q: Can I still get a carpool parking pass?
A: Yes. You will need to do this is person at the Cashiers Office in Husky Hall.