Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I receive my grades?

    Grades can be viewed on the SCC Portal by going to WebAdvisor > Academic Profile > Grades. 

    How do I request an Enrollment Verification?

    The Student Records Office provides Enrollment Verifications on a request basis. A request may be made by going online to the SCC Portal or by going in to any campus location.  To make a request through the Portal, go to WebAdvisor > Enrollment Verification Request.  Enrollment Verifications can only be printed after the full semester census date. 

    How do I request a Transcript?

    See our Transcript page. 

    When can I add or drop classes? 

    The add/drop period is the first five (5) instructional days of the fall, spring and summer full terms.  The add/drop period for FlexStart terms in the fall, spring and summer are the first two-three (2-3) instructional days of the term, depending on the term.  During the add/drop period students may drop courses without academic penalty and students may add only courses that have not yet met.  Admittance to courses that have already met (including hybrid, online and mixture) is at the discretion of the department chair.  To drop a course during or after the add/drop period, follow the Procedure for Dropping Classes.

    How do I calculate my GPA?

    Grade point averages are calculated by multiplying the number equivalent of the letter grade by the number of credit hours for the course (the grade points) and then dividing by the total number of credit hours. The semester grade point average is computed by dividing the total number of grade points earned during a given semester by the sum of the credit hours for all coursed in which the student received letter grades of A, B, C, D or F during the same semester. A GPA calculator is available online.

     

     

     

    Letter Grade

    Number Equivalents

    A

    4

    B

    3

    C

    2

    D

    1

    F

    0

    GPA = Quality Points divided by Credit Hours.  Example:

    Course

    Credit Hrs

    Grade

    Quality Points

    FRE 101

    4

    A

    16 (4x4)

    CPT 101

    3

    C

    6 (3x2)

    ENG 101

    3

    B

    9 (3x3)

    ECD105

    2

    F

    0 (2x0)

    MAT 032

    3

    A

    0

     (A zero level class)

    Totals

    12

     

    31

     


    GPA = 31/12 = 2.5833


    What makes an Honors Graduate?

    Prospective graduates with a program GPA of 3.5 or more at the end of the term prior to graduation will be considered an honor graduate.

    How do I make the Dean's List?

    To qualify for the dean’s list, students must have declared a major, be enrolled in at least 12 semester program credit hours during the fall or spring term and 9 program credit hours during the summer term (excluding audited courses), and have earned a grade point average of 3.50 with no course grade lower than “C.” A grade of “I” automatically excludes students from the dean’s list. All credit hours attempted during the semester (term) will be factored into the GPA calculations.

    How do I Audit a class?

    Auditing a course allows a student to attend a course without receiving credit. Students may not change status (credit to audit or audit to credit) after the add/drop period. Students who previously audited a course must register for and pass the course in order to receive credit for the course. Students may not receive credit by examination for previously audited courses. Students auditing a course pay the same fees as a student taking the same course for credit. Courses that include clinical rotations, practicums, etc., in the Health and Human Services Division cannot be audited.

    How will I know when I graduate? 

    To find out more about the graduation process, visit the SCC Graduation page or view the Graduation FAQs.

  • SCC Student Records Office

    AddressDan L. Terhune Building, Rm. 156

    E-mail:records@sccsc.edu

    Mon. & Tues. | 8:00am-6:00pm
    Wed. & Thurs. | 8:00am-5:00pm
    Friday | 8:00am-1:30pm 

    Website:www.sccsc.edu/records