Options for Submitting Official College Transcripts

 Students who are requesting official transcript(s) from a Florida public college or university may request:

  • An electronic (EDI) transcript
  • An Official hard-copy transcript(s) mailed from the institution to the Office of Admissions and Records address

Students who are requesting official transcript(s) from an Out-of-State or Private college or university may request an Official hard-copy transcript(s) mailed from the institution to the Office of Admissions and Records address.

Transcripts

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Request your free official SPC transcript

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Login to MySPC and choose Request Transcript. You will receive a confirmation message that your request was submitted. If you would like to view an unofficial copy of your transcripts, choose View Unofficial Transcript.

Email

Mail a completed Transcript Request Form to: REGISTRAR'S OFFICE, Central Records, St. Petersburg College, P.O. Box 33089, St. Petersburg FL 33733.

Phone

If you don't have access to a printer, call us at 727-341-3162 to request that we mail the form to you for completion. Please be sure to include your name and mailing address. You may also fax your transcript request to 727-444-6999.

Requesting a transcript after graduation

The degree completion will be reflected on the official transcript as applications are reviewed and posted throughout the processing period. Students should check in MYSPC to see if their
degree(s) have been posted prior to sending transcripts to another institution.

Transcript Processing Timeframe
When ordering a transcript…  Transcripts will be processed 
If you check “after grades are posted” 7 days after grades are processed
If you check “after degree has posted” 30 days after grades are processed
If you check “as soon as possible” Next business day

Note: The above processing times may be impacted by holiday closings. 

Exit holds
If you have a Stafford Loan and are graduating, you must complete Federal Direct Stafford Loan Exit Counseling. SPC will receive the results the next business day. Your transcripts cannot be released until this is complete.

Send your transcripts to SPC

High school and college transcripts list all the classes a student has previously taken. In addition to confirming that you are a high school graduate and are eligible to be an SPC student, your transcripts can save you a lot of time and money as you work with an advisor to plan out the classes you need to complete your degree. 

High school graduates

To order your transcripts, please contact the high school you graduated from and request that they send us an official copy of your final transcripts. If you are asked to submit your request in writing, please use our transcript request form

College transfer students

To order your transcripts, please contact any college you have attended and request that they send us an official copy of your final transcripts. (Each college has their own process for ordering transcripts.) If you are asked to submit your request in writing, please use our transcript request form.

If you completed an A.A.S. degree or higher at a regionally-accredited institution, we won’t need your high school transcripts. Prior coursework on a college transcript can also exempt you from taking the SPC Placement Test.

Wondering how your college credits will transfer to SPC? Visit www.spcollege.edu/transfer and use our transcript evaluator tool. Please allow 10 business days from the time your admissions checklist is completed for transfer credits to be posted to your record. Login to MySPC to view your To Do List or review your Unofficial Transcript to check the status of your transfer credits.

International students

If you attended a high school or college outside the United States, send your official transcripts to an approved NACES agency for evaluation. The agency will then forward the evaluation to SPC. (Foreign high school transcripts require a document evaluation. Foreign college/university transcripts require a course-by-course evaluation. Both evaluations must be for educational purposes.)