Clatsop Community College accepts coursework from colleges and universities that are regionally accredited. Evaluation of a transcript can take up to 6 weeks upon receipt of the request.
A transcript is a copy of a student’s permanent academic record at CCC including all courses taken, all grades received, and all degrees and certificates conferred to a student.
Apply to be awarded a degree or certificate and walk in the Spring Commencement Ceremony. Submit graduation petition during the academic year you plan to graduate.
Students who have completed college work in high school under the AP program are eligible to receive college credit based on the exam score. Students will be awarded credit based on the evaluation standards on the date the scores were received.
College Level Exam Program (CLEP)
Clatsop Community College accepts CLEP scores for some, but not all, subjects areas. Score cutoffs vary from subject to subject.
*To be awarded credit for AP and CLEP the student must submit an official transcript.
During the first week of the term, students may add courses with the instructor’s approval.
To change a student’s major or adjust the catalog year.
Student will allow Clatsop Community College to release their confidential educational records to the person or company listed.
Request to prevent Clatsop from submitting student’s directory information to a third party.
For students that wish to take courses not accumulating to a degree.
Students under 18 must have permission from their parent/guardian as well as the instructor.
Register for the GED test or Prep classes
Students may request to view all records held at Clatsop Community College.
If you have moved in/out of state or just down the block, let us know so we may keep your records up-to-date.
Submit Completed Forms
In person: Student Services Welcome Center, Columbia 109
By mail: Welcome Center, Clatsop Community College, 1651 Lexington Ave, Astoria, OR 97103