- How do I get courses earned at another college or university posted to my GRCC transcript?
- What transfers into GRCC?
- Where can I see my transfer credit?
- How long before my transfer credit can be seen on my transcript?
- Under what circumstances would my transfer credit not be posted?
- What does 998/999 elective credit mean? How can they be used?
- Will grades earned at another college or university affect my GRCC GPA if they are transferred and posted on my transcript?
- Can transfer credits be removed?
- How do I transfer my GRCC classes/credits to another institution?
Send an official transcript from each college or university to the GRCC Enrollment Center. If sending an electronic copy, please send to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please contact the individual colleges or universities to find out more about their official transcript request process.
Students can view posted transfer credit on their unofficial transcript. Transfer credit will have a grade of 'T'.
Please allow 1-2 weeks from the time that your transcript is sent for transfer credit to be be evaluated and posted at GRCC. In some cases, such as foreign transfer credit, posting can take 2-4 weeks.
A student may not have transfer credit posted if:
- the transcript received by GRCC is unofficial
- the student is not degree-seeking
- grades are below a C
- the transcript is from an unaccredited institution, etc.
For more information, please contact the Student Records Office at 616-234-4121.
Courses completed at another college or university that have similar but not equivalent course content when compared to GRCC courses will be posted as 998/999/777/777L elective courses. They can be used as general education electives for catalogs through 2014-15 where applicable. As of fall 2015, they will be treated as general electives only.
Will grades earned at another college or university affect my GRCC GPA if they are transferred and posted on my transcript?
No. Transfer credits will be posted to a student's transcript with T grades which do not factor into the GRCC GPA.
No. Once transfer credits are posted, they become part of a student's permanent record and cannot be removed.
Transferring classes/credits to another institution can be done by submitting an official transcript request through the Online Student Center. The receiving institution is responsible for evaluating and posting incoming transfer classes/credits. For more information, visit the transcripts webpage.