College Transcript Evaluation
1. Enroll at SMCC.
In order for your transcripts to be evaluated, you must be admitted to and currently enrolled in courses at South Mountain Community College.
2. Request an official transcript from each past institution you have attended.
Hand carried, faxed, and/or emailed transcripts will not be considered official or accepted. Official transcripts are accepted by South Mountain Community College through Parchment, eScrip-Safe, and National Student Clearinghouse services, and by US Mail so long as they are sent directly to SMCC from the issuing institution.
Transcripts sent by mail must be addressed to:
South Mountain Community College
Attn: Enrollment Services
7050 S 24th St
Phoenix, AZ 85042-5806
3. Fill out a request to evaluate your transcripts.
Transcripts are not automatically reviewed.
You can either complete the web form below or submit the Transcript Evaluation Request Form to the Enrollment Services Office. The form below puts your transcript in a queue to be reviewed so your course credits can be transferred to SMCC.
Transcript evaluation requests will be processed in order of receipt. Please allow up to five weeks to be processed during peak enrollment times. It is recommended that you bring an unofficial transcript with you to meet with an academic advisor. They can unofficially evaluate your transcript to assist you in selecting and registering for courses.
The Maricopa Colleges are constantly updating their database for established transfer credit rules. Please visit our Transcript Evaluation Service webpage to see if equivalencies for your classes exist.
Submitting your Evaluation Request
Complete this form
NOTE: FOREIGN CREDENTIALS
In order for transfer credit to be awarded from higher education institutions located outside of the United States of America, the foreign credentials must first be translated and evaluated on a course-by-course basis. You will find a list of commonly used companies here. The result of the translation and evaluation must be sent directly from the translator/evaluator to South Mountain Community College in order to be considered official.