STUDENTS WHO WISH TO HAVE THEIR TRANSCRIPTS FROM ANOTHER INSTITUTION EVALUATED BY LBCC
LBCC will be handling evaluation of incoming transcripts in the following manner:
- Request to have an official transcript sent from your former institution(s) to:
LBCC Admissions & Records Office
6500 Pacific Blvd SW
Albany, OR 97321
- Watch for an e-mail (sent to your LBCC student RoadRunner email address), which will let you know that we have received your transcript and the institution it was sent from. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS E-MAIL WILL CONTAIN A LINK TO AN ONLINE FORM THAT YOU ARE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE TO HAVE YOUR TRANSCRIPT EVAULATED. If you do not have an LBCC email account, an email will be sent to the address you used on your application, if there is no email address, we will call to collect an email address.
If you've had transcripts sent from more than one institution, separate e-mails will be sent to acknowledge receipt of each transcript. We will require that you click on the link in each email and complete the form for each institution to initiate the evaluation process.
- FOLLOW THE LINK IN THE EMAIL, AND COMPLETE THE ONLINE FORM TO HAVE YOUR TRANSCRIPT EVALUATED.
- Watch for an e-mail confirmation that your transcript evaluation has been completed. This e-mail will contain instructions on how to see the results in your WebRunner account.
- If we receive a transcript from an individual who is not a student in our system (i.e. has not applied for admission) we will hold on to the transcript for one month and recheck our system. If we still cannot locate the individual as a student in our system at that time, the transcript will be archived, but ineligible for evaluation.
- Only official transcripts are eligible for evaluation. Hard copies must come in a sealed, unopened envelope from the issuing institution to be considered official. International transfer credit: Official transcripts and course descriptions must be submitted to LBCC’s Admissions Office. Official transcripts and course descriptions must be in English. Non English transcripts and course descriptions must be translated into English by a college-approved certified translator or evaluated by an NACES service provider. English Composition will not be accepted in transfer unless taken at an accredited U.S. college or university or an accredited English-speaking university.
If we receive a transcript that is not official and the individual is a student in our system, they will receive an e-mail informing them that the transcript cannot be evaluated.
Any veteran receiving GI Bill benefits while attending LBCC is required to obtain official transcripts from all previously attended schools and submit them to the school for review of prior credit.
STUDENTS WHO WISH TO HAVE THEIR LBCC TRANSCRIPTS SENT TO ANOTHER INSTITUTION
To order a free unofficial LBCC transcript, log in to WebRunner, click on “Student” menu, click on “Student Records,” select “Academic Transcript”
To order an Official LBCC transcript ($5 first copy, $1 additional copies, whether official or unofficial), you have three options:
- In WebRunner, click on the National Student Clearinghouse link
- Go to Student clearinghouse's MyStudentCenter page at: http://www.mystudentcenter.org/
- Fill out the Transcript Request Form on the Forms and Applications page, take to LBCC Registration desks in Takena Hall or at one of the centers, or send by fax or mail
Processing may take up to five business days.
Rush orders (guaranteed processing in less than 5 days) are $10 for first copy, $1 for each additional copy ordered at the same time.
Additional $1 charge for faxed transcripts.
Access to transcripts and records is outlined in 'The Student Records and Disclosure of Student Records Policy 7071.' Official records may not be released for student's who have not made an installment tuition payment, repaid an emergency loan, or paid any other debt or obligation to the college, either to the student or to another institution, as long as the obligation is outstanding.
To receive and official transcript evaluation, you must either be an LBCC student, or have submitted an application to be an LBCC student. You can bring unofficial copies of transcripts to advising appointments for preliminary discussions if there is not time for an official evaluation.