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​​​​​​​​​​​Welcome to OCC Student Records Information Page!


Here you will find your options for accessing your OCC student records whether it is transcripts, verifications, graduation information, evaluations, pass/no pass grading options, GE Breadth and IGETC certification, 1098T information or excluding sub-standard grades from GPA calculations.


Submitting Offic​​​​ial Transcripts​​​

Students that have completed classes at another accredited College or University, and wish to submit those transcripts for prerequisite clearance or for meeting degree/certificate requirements, may send Official transcripts to:

P O BOX 5005
COSTA MESA CA 92628-5005.

Or if the sending institution sends official transcripts electronically via PDF, electronic transcripts can be emailed to The transcripts must be sent directly from the sending institutions authorized agent. OCC will not accept forwarded transcripts from the student.

Or you may submit official transcripts in person to the Enrollment Services window, located on the first floor of Watson Hall. All other departments requesting official transcripts to be on file will have access to view your official transcripts once you have submitted the transcripts to Enrollment Services. Currently, Official transcripts take about 6 weeks to be evaluated.

NOTE: Orange Coast College does not automatically clear Pre/Co requisites. For prerequisite clearance please visit the Prerequisites and Co-requisites page

​Evaluating Incoming Coursework Credits

  • ​Courses completed at a Calif​ornia Community College, California State University or University of California are evaluated and course credit awarded in accordance with course articulation using or TES.

  • Courses completed at an accredited private college/university in California or any accredited college/university outside of California but within the United States, are evaluated based on course descriptions and course syllabus information for each course. The student is responsible for providing the information when submitting transcripts from the school.

  • Courses completed at a college or university outside the United States, need to be evaluated by an approved transcript evaluation service. Information on approved transcript evaluation services is available from Orange Coast College’s Counseling Office. A maximum of 15 units will be awarded from the foreign evaluation toward our option 1 AA, AS or Certificates of Achievement. These units will not be used for completing GE Certifications for Transfer.

Courses completed at colleges or universities that are not articulated may be considered for course credit by completing a Course Substitution Waiver. Please view the Academic Petition Council Procedures and Guidelines - Revised.pdfAcademic Petition Council Procedures and Guidelines for information. Please contact the Counseling Office for additional information and to obtain the appropriate petitions.