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As the custodians of Portland Community College’s academic records, Student Records is responsible for processing incoming transcripts from other institutions, transfer credit evaluation, degree and certificate awarding, the commencement ceremony, and the integrity and confidentiality of students' records.
How can we help you?
Most resources Student Records provides can be accessed online via MyPCC.
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View My Final Grades
To view final grades, log into MyPCC and visit the My Courses tab. You will find a link to ‘Grades’ in the Resources channel.
Instructors enter grades after finals week. If the grade for one of your courses isn’t available on MyPCC by the Tuesday after the term has ended, contact the instructor.
Order Official Transcripts
You may also order transcripts by fax or mail by printing and filling out the Transcript Request Form. Return this form to a campus Enrollment Services Office/Answer Center. Use this form to request that a transcript be sent after the end of term (to ensure that your GPA has been updated or your degree or certificate has been posted); check the “Hold for current term grades” or “Hold until degree is posted” boxes.
Transfer Credit From a Prior Institution
Credit from prior institutions is transferred upon student request. Read more about how to transfer credit from another institution to PCC.
Graduate from PCC
You can discover which classes you still need to take in order to graduate via your GRAD Plan. Find your GRAD Plan on the My Courses tab in MyPCC. In most cases, students at Portland Community College will automatically be awarded degrees and/or certificates upon completion of requirements for the student's recorded program of study. Learn more about graduation here, including the difference between graduation and commencement!
Verify My Enrollment
Enrollment verifications are processed through the National Student Clearinghouse and can be accessed via MyPCC. To obtain proof of your enrollment at PCC, click on Get Proof of Enrollment from the MyPCC Home tab.
Child Support Verifications are processed by Student Records at the Downtown Center. More information about child support for a child attending school (college), can be found on the Oregon Child Support website. Contact the Oregon Child Support Program.
Give Permission to Release Your Records
PCC must follow all applicable state and federal laws (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, FERPA), rules and regulations that apply to student records. To give PCC permission to release any part of your student records, click on Consent to Release from the MyPCC Home tab or complete the Consent to Release form and return to a campus Enrollment Services Office.
Questions or concerns about FERPA should be directed to the Registrar at email@example.com.
Update My Name with PCC
Name changes are processed by campus Enrollment Services Offices/Answer Centers. All name changes require one piece of valid photo identification, a copy of an official name change document, and the Student Records Change Form with student’s signature.
Update My Social Security Number with PCC
Social security number changes are processed by campus Enrollment Services Offices/Answer Centers. All Social security changes must be accompanied by a copy of social security card, one piece of valid photo identification, and the Student Records Change Form with student’s signature.
Appeal a Grade or Mark on My Transcript
Exceptions to deadlines that affect a student’s transcript can be considered in cases of documented and significant extenuating circumstances. Learn more about various appeal options on the Appeals, Complaints, and Feedback website.
Apply for Academic Fresh Start
Academic Fresh Start is intended for the student who has been unenrolled from PCC for seven or more years to remove an entire period of poor academic performance at PCC from the credits earned and Grade Point Average (GPA) calculation. To learn more, speak with an academic advisor or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Request a Reverse Transfer Evaluation
Reverse Transfer is a program between Oregon’s community colleges and universities that offers students the opportunity to earn an associate's degree or certificate from a community college after transferring to the 4-year institution. Select the appropriate category for your university or college below to get started today.