Getting Your Transcript

How to obtain a Mayland Community College Transcript

 

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The official record of work while attending Mayland Community College is the transcript. This document provides a semester-by-semester record of grades and is sent by request to other colleges or universities or to another third party, like an employer, who needs a record of grades for a student. It is important to remember that a student must request that a transcript be sent; it cannot be requested by another college or agency. Here are some common questions we get about transcripts:

Obtaining a transcript from Mayland Community College

There are two types of transcripts available from MCC:

  • Unofficial Curriculum Transcripts are printed on plain paper. They are provided to current and recent students free of charge. They cannot be used to apply to other colleges or as transcripts for job applications. They are accessed through LEO.
  • Official Curricuum Transcripts are provided to MCC graduates and anyone who has attended the college in the past. They are printed on official transcript paper and are sent to the agency requesting the transcript. Official transcripts cost $5.

Getting an unofficial curriculum transcript

If you need an unofficial curriculum transcript, and you are a current or recent student (took classes within the last year), you can login to LEO (StudentWebAdvisor) and print out an unofficial transcript for free.

Getting an official curriculum transcript

Your MCC Official transcript can be requested in any of the following ways:

  1. Current MCC students
    Current students will be able to request and pay for an official curriculum transcript online through LEO.

  2. Request online: former students
    These requests can only be sent directly to a college or university. Payment forms accepted: American Express, Discover Card, MasterCard, and Visa.

    Online Login for transcript payments is here

  3. Request in person at the MCC Registrar's Office
    The Registrar's Office is located on the main campus of Mayland Community College in Spruce Pine, at 200 Mayland Drive. All students requesting a transcript in person must complete the MCC Transcript Request Form and pay a $5 per transcript fee. Payment forms accepted: cash, check, money order, or all major credit cards.

  4. Mail a request to the MCC Registrar's Office
    All requests must be accompanied with a completed MCC Transcript Request Form (Print the Curriculum Transcript Request Form, an Adobe Acrobat PDF form - get the free Adobe Reader here) and submit a $5 payment for each transcript requested. Payment forms accepted are check or money order ONLY.

    Mail the form and your payment to:

    MCC Cashier's Office
    Mayland Community College
    P.O.Box 547
    Spruce Pine, NC 28777

Important Notes:

  • The cost for each printed official curriculum transcript is $5.00
  • All debts to MCC must be paid before transcripts will be processed
  • Transcript fees paid are non-refundable
  • Telephone, fax, or email requests are not accepted
  • Requets are usually processed within 3-5 business days
  • To request a GED® transcript, call 828-765-7351 ext. 217

Questions? Contact us via e-mail at jmcnabb@mayland.edu or jvance@mayland.edu or by calling (828) 766-1253.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I access my grades and transcripts online?
Students may access grades for classes and unofficial transcripts through LEO, Mayland Community College's student information system. If you need assistance with LEO, stop by the Student Development window on the first floor of Gwaltney Hall. If you need an official transcript for another agency, you must file a request with the Registrar's office.
What is FERPA (the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act)? How does it affect me?
The federal government's Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) protects personal information, such as grades, from being released without authorization. To learn more about FERPA, visit the MCC Online Catalog.

Mayland Community College's official policy on releasing transcript information via FERPA can be found here.

An explanation of student records, what is contained in them, and how they are maintained by Mayland is available here.

How do I transfer credits to other colleges or universities?
Mayland Community College suggests that students consult with advisors when making plans to transfer MCC courses to other institutions. The online catalog provides more information concerning the transfer of credits to other schools. You must file a request for a transcript to be mailed to the other
How do I transfer credit from other colleges or universities to Mayland?
Mayland Community College will accept credits from another school in substitution for MCC courses as long as the content of the course is substantially the same as that of the MCC course in question. However, at least 25% of the credits required for a degree, diploma, or certificate must be completed at Mayland. Learn more about transfer credit requirements in the online catalog here.
What is Academic Forgiveness at Mayland? Do I qualify for it?
Under certain prescribed circumstances, Mayland Community College gives academic forgiveness to MCC students, allowing them to return to school after receiving poor grades. For specific details on the Academic Forgiveness policy, visit the online catalog here.

 

 
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