The Records Office at Washington State Community College will help you register for classes, add and drop classes, apply for graduation, order transcripts and so much more. The Records Office is located in the Student OneStop.
- There is a $8 fee per transcript.
- WSCC does not provide unofficial transcripts. All transcripts ordered through the Records Office are official.
- Your transcripts will be issued under the legal name that we have in our system. You must complete a Change of Name form and provide proper documentation of a legal name change to have your current legal name on your transcript.
- You MUST specify if you want your transcript request held until grades are posted for that term, otherwise the transcript will be processed and mailed as soon as possible.
- Many institutions will not accept a hand-delivered transcript that has been issued to the student. It is your responsibility to check with the receiving institution to ensure acceptance.
- We cannot email transcripts.
Are You A Current Or Recently Enrolled Student?
Student Planning Instructions:
- Log into Student Planning.
- Select "Transcript Requests" and complete the necessary information.
- Payment will be made via credit or debit card. Please note that requests will not be processed until payment is completed.
Transcript Request Form Instructions:
- Download the Transcript Request Form and complete the entire form.
- If you do not wish to write your credit card information on the form, you will need to call the Business Office at 740.374.8716 ext. 1307 to pay over the phone using a valid credit card. Please note that requests will not be processed until payment is completed.
- All completed request forms can be submitted via fax, emailed to email@example.com, mailed, or dropped off in person. Please do not send cash through the mail. Checks can be made to Washington State Community College. Note that sending a request through the post mail with a check will delay the transcript release process.
Are You A Former Student?*
*Attended WSCC more than one year ago
If you are a former student (were enrolled at WSCC more than a year ago) and wish to have a transcript of your course work from WSCC sent to another institution, or to a prospective employer, you must submit a request to the Records Office.
Transcript Request Form Instructions:
- Download the Transcript Request Form and complete the entire form.
- If you do not wish to submit your credit card information on the form, you will need to either call the Business Office at 740.374.8716 ext. 1307 to pay over the phone using a valid credit card, or you can come to campus and make payment in person. Please note that requests will not be processed until payment is complete.
- All completed request forms can be submitted via fax, emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed. Please do not send cash through the mail. Checks can be made to Washington State Community College. Note that sending a request through the post mail with a check will delay the transcript release process.
If you wish to check the status of a transcript request, you may call 740.568.1904 or email email@example.com.
Procedure to Transfer Credit from another institution to Washington State Community College
- To begin the process of transferring credit from other institutions, first, you need to complete an Application for Admission to WSCC. There is no charge to apply, and you can complete the Application in person or online here.
- Next, contact each college and/or university that you have attended and request an official transcript. An official copy must be sent directly to us from the sending institution. Electronic transcripts via the Articulation & Transfer Clearinghouse (ATC) are also acceptable.
Request the official transcript be mailed to:
Washington State Community College
710 Colegate Drive
Marietta, Ohio 45750
- Transcripts are evaluated course by course based on the catalog description from the term the course(s) were taken.
- Transfer credit will be accepted for successfully completed college-level courses from institutions of higher education which are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission or other regional accrediting commissions recognized by the Council on Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).
- Please allow 4-6 weeks for the transfer process to be completed. You will receive a letter informing you of the transferred courses.
You will need to submit a request to have your official WSCC transcript sent to your new institution. Please follow the instructions for requesting a transcript from the WSCC Records Office. It is important to keep in mind that most institutions will not accept a hand-delivered transcript that has been issued to the student. Be sure to ask the receiving institution for clarification on their transcript requirements to ensure acceptance. If you provided a transcript as part of the application process to your new institution before your final semester at WSCC, please remember to also submit an official WSCC transcript after your final term concludes so all of your credit can be evaluated for transfer.
Selective Service registration Federal law requires most males living in the United States between the ages of 18 and 26 to be registered with the Selective Service System. Students who are required to register and have not done so are ineligible for various federal and state aid programs and are charged the non-Ohio resident tuition.
If you are an Ohio resident and are being charged non-resident fees, it is likely your selective service registration number is not on file with the college. Once you submit your number, the non-residence charge will be removed.
Males can register with Selective Service within 30 days of their 18th birthday at www.sss.gov or any U.S. post office.
What is the difference between graduation and commencement?
Graduation – when a student is awarded a degree or certificate once they have satisfied all requirements. Students do not officially graduate until all grades have been entered in their last attending semester. Upon verification from the Records Office, a diploma will be mailed to the summer and fall graduates. Spring graduates will receive their diplomas at commencement or in the mail, depending upon attendance at the ceremony.
Commencement – a ceremony that allows students, family, and friends to celebrate the student's academic accomplishments. Participation in the ceremony does not necessarily mean the student has graduated.
Steps to Graduate
- Prior to graduation, make sure your program of study is declared with the Records Office. We cannot graduate you in a program that you have not declared.
- Complete the requirements outlined in your degree audit and catalog.
- It is important to meet regularly with your Advisor to ensure you are staying on track.
- If you have attended a previous college or university, be sure to send your transcript(s) to the WSCC Records Office in your first term to allow for accurate timing of transferring applicable credit.
- Degree Evaluation – during your final semester of your program of study, the Records Office and your Advisor will review your academic history to confirm all requirements have been met. If applicable, your advisor will submit any necessary course substitutions.
You will receive communication via your WSCC email confirming that you are eligible to graduate at the end of your last semester. This email will include information about submitting your request to participate in the Commencement Ceremony, regalia orders, and a survey to complete.
WSCC designates one day in May for commencement. Details regarding the ceremony will be distributed via your WSCC email address when you have been recognized as an eligible graduation candidate.
Spring Graduates – Spring graduates are eligible to participate in the spring commencement at the end of the completed term.
Fall Graduates - Fall graduates are eligible to participate in the spring commencement following the completed fall term.
Summer Graduates - Summer graduates are eligible to participate in the spring commencement following the completed summer term.
Health Sciences Graduates – Some areas of Health Sciences hold individual ceremonies that the Health Sciences division organizes. Graduates are welcome and encouraged to participate in the spring commencement in addition to their individual ceremonies.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a Federal Law that protects the privacy of student education records, including financial, academic and/or advising records. For the student’s protection, FERPA limits release of student record information without the student’s explicit written consent.
Washington State Community College is committed to maintaining the confidentiality of student records and abides by Public Law 98-380, The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, as amended, and is permitted to release “directory information” without specific permission from the student.
Regardless of a student’s age, they are protected under FERPA upon attendance at WSCC. For more information regarding FERPA, refer to our annual notification here.
Restriction of Disclosure of Directory Information
Washington State Community College may disclose on an unlimited basis information that has been designated as “Directory Information” in response to oral or written requests without the student’s consent:
- Student’s name
- Telephone listing
- Electronic mailing address
- Date and place of birth
- Major field of study
- Enrollment Status (i.e. full-time or part-time)
- Participation in officially recognized activities
- Dates of attendance
- Degrees, honors, and awards received
- The most recent educational agency or institution attended
- Grade level
If you wish to restrict this information from being released, please complete the Restriction of Disclosure of Directory Information form and submit it to the Records Office.
To release your academic record to a specific individual, please complete the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Release/Revocation Form by logging in to Student Planning through my.wscc.edu and selecting the form from the Academics drop-down menu. You may also stop by the Student OneStop Center to fill out the form in person.
Parent/Guardian Verification of Student Dependent Status
Parent(s) or guardian(s) have the right to review a student’s educational record if the parent(s) or guardian(s) claim the student as a dependent on their Federal Income Tax Return. If you are a parent(s) or guardian(s) who claims a WSCC student on your Federal Income Tax Return, and wish to access their educational records, please complete the Parent/Guardian Verification of Student Dependent Status and submit it to the Records Office. Please note that copies of your Federal Tax Returns need to accompany the form, and will need re-submitted on an annual basis.
- Change of Name/Address
- Change of Major
- Drop/Add Form
- Enrollment Verification Request
- Ohio Residency Application
- Parent-Guardian Verification of Student Dependent Status
- Privacy of Educational Records
- Registration Form
- Replacement Diploma Request
- Request for Restriction of Directory Information
- Transcript Request Form