TRANSCRIPT REQUEST UPDATE:
ATTENTION: Pursuant to the COVID-19 Stay at Home Order, Santa Ana College will be printing official transcripts on Tuesday and Thursday mornings only. Currently, in-person services are suspended until further notice. If assistance is needed with ordering electronic transcripts, please contact Credential Solutions at (847) 716-3005. Please check our Admissions homepage for updates or call 714 564-6017.
There are two types of transcripts: OFFICIAL and UNOFFICIAL. An unofficial copy can be obtained for currently enrolled students only through the Academic Profile section of Self Service. All requests sent from the Admissions Office are OFFICIAL transcripts. Once the envelope is opened, it is considered UNOFFICIAL
The first two official transcripts are free. There is a charge for each additional copy. To request your transcript(s), complete the Transcript Order Form and mail to the Admissions & Records office. Please note: "Free" transcripts are not available online, only by mailing the completed form.
Santa Ana College
1530 W. 17th Street
Santa Ana, CA 92706-3398
Admissions and Records does not hold transcripts for final grades. Please be sure to verify that all grades have been posted via Self-Service before requesting transcripts.
Please click the TranscriptsPlus icon below to start your online transcript order.
INTERSESSION AND SPRING 2021 COVID 19 PASS/NO PASS FORM - Deadline, June 11, 2021
Pass No/Pass Information
Switching to this grading option allows you to complete courses and earn either a Pass or No Pass (P/NP) vs. a traditional letter grade (A, B, C, D, F). Earning a P/NP does not impact your GPA in any way, either positively or negatively. To earn a Pass (P), you must earn the equivalent of a C grade or higher based on the standards set in the syllabus the class. If you are planning to transfer to a university, there are several limitations (see below) to consider before choosing this option.**
Courses in the student's major field MAY NOT be taken under the Pass/No Pass policy EXCEPT for:
Major courses for associate degrees for transfer,
Courses for which Pass/No Pass is the only grading option, and
Units earned through credit by examination or assessment
Units taken as P/NP in Spring and Summer 2020 are not limited by the per-semester maximum nor count toward the per-degree maximum included in the Catalog and AR4232.
Allow students to take major courses as P/NP in Spring and Summer 2020.
Before approving P/NP petitions, Counselors will advise students about varying policies regarding P/NP from UC and CSU system, scholarships, graduate schools, and for international students.
Pass/No Pass status cannot be changed back to a letter grade. Petition for Exception to Academic Regulation (A and G) will not be approved.
**If you are planning to transfer to a university, please note the following about the Pass/No Pass grading option:
Transfer institutions generally require letter grades (A, B, C, D, F) in Major and Prerequisite courses. They also have limitations on the number of units that can be taken with the P/NP option.
Major courses for Associate Degrees for Transfer (ADTs) may be completed with a Pass grade (when Pass is equal to a C or higher). However, if students are NOT transferring in a "SIMILAR" MAJOR to a CSU campus or private college/university then a letter grade may still be required.
For Associate Degrees, units earned at another regionally accredited college or university on a Pass/No Pass basis during Winter, Spring and Summer 2020 will be counted toward the (SAC) degree requirements and will not count toward the limit in the Catalog and the AR4232.
Pass/No Pass grades may not be accepted by graduate and professional programs.
A Pass may be calculated as a "C", and a No Pass may be interpreted as an "F" by some transfer or graduate institutions.
Many universities prefer that English composition and college level math requirements be taken on a graded basis. Students are encouraged to check with their transfer institution.
Each university/college has its own policy regarding courses taken Pass/No Pass. Therefore, it is important to verify the Pass/No Pass policy of your transfer institution. Information can be obtained through each college's admissions office or catalog.
To request a pass/no pass grading option, fill out and save
this form email it to
If you are not sure if you should select the Pass/No Pass grading option, ask a counselor!
If you get to the end of a class and you may need additional time to complete course requirements due to unforeseeable, emergency, or justifiable reasons, you may request that your professor issue you a grade of Incomplete (I) and create a plan to complete the remaining work required.
A professor is not required to provide you with this option if you request it, so it is very important that you communicate with your professor immediately, if you experience challenges.
Students who are provided with an Incomplete (I), have one year to complete missing course requirements.
INTERSESSION AND SPRING 2021 COVID-19 EXCUSED WITHDRAWAL FORM -
Deadline to submit is June 11, 2021
Excused Withdrawal Information - requires supporting validating documentation and personal statement for consideration
If for some reason you feel the need to withdrawal from a course because of unforeseen circumstances will not allow you to complete the necessary requirements to pass, please talk with your professor. One option to consider would be an
Excused Withdrawal (EW). An EW will not affect your GPA, your academic progress, your completion ratio, academic probation, or your ability to repeat a course. An EW will not penalize you academically.
Please be aware that implications still remain for
Veterans and Active Military benefits,
International Student, and other program eligibility requirements based on enrolled units. Therefore, if you participate in any of these programs, it is very important to discuss this with a counselor or director of those programs so that any potential ramifications can be discussed.
If you are not sure if you should select the Excused Withdrawal option, ask a counselor!