Submitting Transcripts to ACC

Fall Registration starts Monday, May 15. Find your registration date.

Provide official and unofficial transcripts

If you have already ordered an official copy of your transcript to be sent to ACC, you can view up-to-date status information in the online ACC student portal: MyACC. If you have not already sent the official transcript(s) for the schools listed below to ACC, please do so as soon as possible to prevent a registration hold being placed on your record.  Please note, high school transcripts must show a final graduation date. 

  • First-time in college students: Please request an official copy of your high school transcript or GED diploma -- unofficial transcripts are not required.
  • Students with previous college credit: You will need to request an official transcript from each college/university attended. To best serve you while we wait for your official transcripts to arrive, upload an unofficial transcript from your most recent college/university attended to the Supplemental Documents section of your application account. We do not require your high school transcript or GED certificate.
  • Returning former students: Please send any new or updated transcripts from insitutions you have attended since your most recent ACC enrollment.    

Note: Unsubmitted transcripts will affect your ability to be awarded and disbursed financial aid.  If you applied for financial aid, all transcripts must be received and your transcript hold must be closed before you can be awarded and/or funds can be disbursed.  Please connect with the Financial Aid Office at or at (512)223-4636 if you have any questions regarding how this could affect your eligibility.

Official transcript instructions

You can submit your official transcripts in one of the following formats:


This method is ONLY for institutions that use any of the following methods for sending transcripts:

  • Parchment
  • Credentials Solutions Inc.
  • National Student Clearinghouse
  • Scrip Safe
  • Speede Partnership

If the service asks for an email address, the transcript must be sent to It can take 24-72 hours for transcripts to be received.

IMPORTANT: Scanned and emailed copies are not acceptable.


Send to:
Austin Community College
Admissions & Enrollment
P.O. Box 15306
Austin, TX 78761

Send a separate copy to your home address and bring it to your advising session.

Bring official transcript to any campus Admissions & Enrollment Office.

IMPORTANT: Open transcripts are NOT accepted for admissions purposes. Transcripts must be in the original, unopened, sealed envelope.

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 to the Admissions and Enrollment address above.

International transcripts

Certified digital transcripts of academic documents, such as those provided by Digitary or My eQuals are accepted by Austin Community College. 

Students can see if their school uses the Digitary transcript system at or the My eQuals transcript system at

If you have your original, hard-copy college transcript from a country outside the United States, please bring it and the translation to any campus Admissions and Enrollment Office or to the Highland Business Center, room 307, Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. and Fridays, 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.    

If the original document is not already in English, a professional translation is required. Certified translators may be found at or

Questions? Please call 512-223-4636 for more information.