If you are requesting an evaluation of transcripts for the purpose of seeking a Cochise College degree, you must first be admitted to Cochise College. Transcripts are required from each previously attended institution. The transcripts must be in the original sealed envelope to be considered official for transfer credit.
Mail official transcripts to:
901 N. Colombo Ave.
Sierra Vista, AZ 85635-2317
Official and secure electronic transcripts can be sent by the issuing institution to email@example.com.
Due to the high volume of transcripts we receive on a daily basis, you will not be contacted about the status of your evaluation. Processing time can take up to six weeks. View your transfer credits on your unofficial transcript through MyCochise or CC Account. Computers using restrictive firewalls, such as military and university computers, may block you from this site.
Acceptance of credits by Cochise College towards a degree or certificate depend on:
Non-U.S. transcripts of post-secondary education must be evaluated by a recognized foreign credential evaluation service to determine their U.S. equivalency. Various credential evaluation agencies can interpret the educational credits of people who have studied outside the United States and are in need of statements of U.S. equivalencies.
Cochise College will accept official course-by-course evaluation reports prepared by current members of the following organizations:
*Because membership may change throughout the year, students with non-U.S. transcripts requiring evaluation should visit the organization’s web site to see the most current information.
The official course-by-course evaluation or academic report must be mailed directly from the evaluating agency to:
901 N. Colombo Avenue
Sierra Vista, AZ 85635
For additional information regarding credit evaluations from institutions outside the United States, contact the Evaluations Department at (520) 515-5411/4514/3686 or (800) 593-9567 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
High School/GED transcripts must be official and enclosed in a sealed envelope. Opened transcripts and copies of diplomas are not acceptable. Transcripts can be hand carried to the Admissions Office or mailed to:
Contact the Admissions Department at email@example.com or (800) 593-9567 with any questions.
Transfer credit may also be granted for successful completion of certified law enforcement academy training (Border Patrol, AZPOST, COTA).
The Exam Equivalency Reports provide information on how exam scores from these five testing programs may translate to college credit:
Soldiers and veterans of the Army, Army National Guard and U.S. Army Reserves can request official JST transcripts at the JST website.
Military transcripts are only evaluated upon request. Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org upon completion of your official transcript request through JST webpage. Veterans with a Basic Active Service Date (BASD) prior to Oct. 1, 1981 who do not have access to JST transcripts can have their educational experiences during military service evaluated if they provide their certified DD Form 214 or a completed and signed DD Form 295.
Cochise College does not issue unofficial or official transcripts until the student has registered for and completed at least three units or more of Cochise College coursework with a grade of A, B, C, D, F, P or Audit (policy 3006.1).
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