Official transcripts are an important part of the enrollment process. Send unopened, official transcripts from ALL previously attended or currently attending colleges and universities.
- If you have attended college, you DO NOT need to submit high school or GED transcripts for the admissions process.
- If you have never attended college, you must send your official high school transcript or GED.
All transcripts must be received within 30 days of your admission to the College. A hold will be placed on your record until an unopened, official transcript has been received in the Admissions & Records Office.
You can submit your transcripts in one of the following formats:
|Delivery method||Mail transcripts||Electronic transcripts||In-person delivery|
|Instructions||Send a separate copy to your home address and bring it to your advising session.||This method is ONLY for colleges that use any of the following methods for sending transcripts:
IMPORTANT: Scanned and emailed copies are not acceptable.
|Bring official transcript to any campus Admissions & Records Office.
IMPORTANT: Open transcripts are NOT accepted for admissions purposes. Transcripts must be in the original, unopened, sealed envelope.
|Address or location||Send to:
Austin Community College
Admissions & Records
P.O. Box 15306
Austin, TX 78761
|See Admissions & Records Office locations.|
Military & veteran transcripts
If you are active-duty or veteran, send official military transcripts in addition to your high school/GED or college transcripts. See military & veteran student services.
Standardized test credit
If seeking credit from tests such as SAT, ACT, AP, CLEP, IB, etc., request the official score report to be sent electronically or via mail to the Admissions & Records address above.
If you have a college transcript from a country outside the United States, bring your original transcript in native language and original translations to the:
Evaluation Office-Highland Business Center
5930 Middle Fiskville Road
Austin, TX 78752
3rd Floor in Admissions & Records Office
Questions? Contact 512-223-4636 and request Admissions & Records.