Student Records and Transcripts
From transcripts to transfer credits, we're here to help.
ECC's Records Office maintains your academic records from your first day on campus through graduation and beyond. We treat your records with the utmost confidentiality and maintain them in a secure online environment, giving you online access any time of day or night.
Grades & Grade Point Average (GPA)
Your grades are important to you—and they're important to us, too. Your grade point average (GPA) is an important indicator of your progress in college, and it's used as a factor if you plan to transfer elsewhere and determine scholarships.
Review the student grades policy for more details about our grading system. For suggestions on raising your GPA, see improve your grades.
Standards of Academic Progress (SOAP)
ECC requires students to make satisfactory academic progress toward their educational goals, defined as a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0. For details, see the Standards of Academic Progress policy and content on how to improve your grades for tips on raising your GPA.
Your transcript is the official record of your academic experience at ECC—the courses you took and the grades you received. You can order official copies of your transcript for free. Learn how to order ECC transcripts.
Update Your Information
If you have a new address, email address, or phone number, or if you would like to update your preferred name, personal pronouns, or gender identity, you can update it through the accessECC Portal. Learn how to update your personal information.
Transfer Credit Evaluation
Are you transferring to ECC from another college? Get credit for prior coursework by submitting your official transcript. Learn about transfer credit evaluation.
Are you getting ready to graduate? Before walking across the stage, ensure you've fulfilled your program's requirements and complete the graduation application through accessECC. Learn more about graduation.
Granting Access to Your Records
Your educational records are confidential by law; no one can access your grades and other records without your written permission. However, if you want to allow someone to access your records, submit the consent to release information.
As a student at ECC, you are entitled to the rights and privileges that go along with being a college community member. Here are some of the policies and procedures you should be familiar with.
- Accepting proficiency credit earned elsewhere.
- Advance placement and CLEP tests
- The appeal of the final grade
- Calculate your GPA
- Course substitution/waiver
- Graduation requirements
- Standards of academic progress
- Student academic records (FERPA)
- Student credit for learning experiences other than formal instruction
- Student grades
- Transcript evaluation