College Students-If you took dual enrollment courses by attending Early College, Middle College or participating in Career and College Promise (CCP) courses you will need a transcript from the college that issued your college credits. Although Dual Enrollment courses are reflected on your high school transcript, credit will not be issued unless you provide an official transcript from the college where the courses originate. You can log into your portal at the school where you earned your credits and find a link to “Request Transcript”. If you cannot find the link, contact me. If you are transferring courses from another state or college/university, see my blog on Changing Schools.
To be certain you have received your credit, log into the portal at your current school. Click on the link labeled “Transcript”. As a new student you should have zero credits, but wait! There is a weird number, a class name and it shows no grade. That is your credit!!!!! Grades do not transfer but the course(s) you took is converted to the appropriate credit and voilà! Your credits have been posted.
Here is an example of how your transfer credit will look at UNCC:
Local community college course Eng 111 Writing and Inquiry transfers as UWRT 1101 English Composition, a 3 hour credit. Your grade does not transfer.
Click here for information on transferring your AP Credits.
Private colleges/universities and out-of-state schools do not have an articulation agreement with NC community colleges and/or universities however they can accept any credits they want and may, in fact, be more open to issuing credit so don’t hesitate to try.