Transcript, Grade and Transfer Questions
Printed grade reports will only be mailed if you request one by contacting the Records and Registration Office at (928) 428-8270 or (800) 678-3808 Ext. 8270. On the Thatcher Campus, use one of the Student Information Terminals located in the lobby of the Student Services Building, the Alumni Library Media Center, or the Wellness Center to check your grades.
Withdrawal from a course after the close of registration is your responsibility and will result in a grade of “W” showing on your record—“Withdrawal With Record.” The last day to withdraw from a semester-length class and receive a grade of “W” is published in the academic calendar or the current printed class schedule. Short-term or open-entry courses can be dropped with a “W” through the last day of the class.
To order a transcript:
- Fill out a transcript request form at the Records and Registration Office in Thatcher and pay the $5 fee per official transcript.
- Access your Gila Hank Account to order an official transcript. The $5 per transcript fee may be paid with a credit or debit card from Visa or Mastercard.
- Access your Gila Hank Account to order an official transcript. The $5 per transcript fee may be paid with a credit or debit card from Visa or Mastercard. You will need to include your name, former name (if applicable), mailing address, telephone number, dates of attendance at EAC, and the name and address of where you would like your transcript to be sent, and your signature. You will need to include a Visa or MasterCard number with expiration date, security code number and billing zip code to pay for your transcript. If you are using a card other than your own, the owner of the card must also sign authorizing the use of the card. Checks will be accepted for mail in requests.
If you wish to have your transcript FAXed, it will cost an additional $2.
Eastern Arizona College accepts college level credit from any regionally accredited college or university. Courses without an equivalent EAC courses are given elective credit. Non-accredited college or university credits are evaluated on a course by course basis.
Contact the Records and Registration Office at (928) 428-8273 or (800) 678-3808 Ext. 8273 to check on the status of your transcript and evaluation. If we have received your transcript from an out-of-state institution, you will need to supply course descriptions for each course you want evaluated from the catalog of the year in which the course was taken.
Can I make arrangements with the instructor for an incomplete grade and finish the coursework after the semester has ended?
This option may be available but guidelines must be strictly followed. Please see the full guidelines in the "Grading" subsection of the Academic Regulations section of the academic catalgo for more information.
First, complete and submit an admissions application. Most community colleges and universities have their application forms on-line. If not, come to the Counseling Departments for assistance in obtaining an admission application form. Second, have an official copy of transcritps sent from our records office, but not before you have completed the semester just before your last one here and not before enrolling in the classes for your final semester. Also arrange to have a second transcript sent as soon as you complete your final semester of classes here. Third, apply for scholarship or financial aid help (no later than the beginning of your last semester here). Finally, make sure that if you have completed the requirements for the AGEC that your trancsript has the words "AGEC Completed" stamped on it prior to it being mailed.
You will need to provide us with an official copy of your transcripts showing a grade of "C" or higher was earned in a college level writing course or in a college level mathematics course to waive the placement testing requirement in those areas. You will at some point be required to demonstrate the reading proficiency for graduation. One way to do this is by taking the reading placement test. We will need to have an official copy of your transcript showing success
The course equivalency guide at the Arizona Course Applicability System (found here at AZTransfer.com) gives you the transfer equivalencies of EAC courses for the current year.
The AGEC stands for Arizona General Education Curriculum and is a core of classes (35-36 credit hours) that allows the student to fulfill the lower-division general education requirements at the University of Arizona, Arizona State University, and Northern Arizona University. Once this core of classes is completed, AGEC will be stamped on the student’s transcript and will transfer as a block to the above universities.
The Counseling Department in the Student Services building has information available on transfer procedures to all of the in-state colleges and universities and many out-of-state universities as well. Counselors are glad to provide support in formulating your transfer plans in making sure that the correct procedures are followed.
First meet with an adviser or with a counselor to make sure the course or courses you plan to take will in fact transfer and meet your program requirements at Eastern Arizona College. You must complete the course or courses with a “C” grade or higher and you must have an official copy of your transcript sent to Eastern in order for the credit to be applied here.