If you have completed coursework at other institutions, contact all the schools you have attended and request to have your official transcripts sent to SBCC.
SBCC has partnered with Parchment as our trusted agent for processing incoming official electronic academic transcripts. SBCC does accept official paper transcripts delivered via First Class U.S. Postal Mail; however, the preferred method of receipt is via electronic file delivery. Check with your sending institution to verify that they are able to send electronic transcripts to other institutions.
Transcripts submitted to SBCC become the property of Santa Barbara City College and will not be released to students, other colleges, or agencies. Plan to request a personal copy from your former college or university if you need one for your own records.
Many colleges, universities, and other agencies are members of Parchment's secure network and send electronic transcripts.
If your university/college/high school sends official transcripts electronically from a certified vendor, they may be sent from the issuing institution to:
PLEASE NOTE THAT SBCC WILL NOT ACCEPT EMAILED TRANSCRIPTS SENT FROM STUDENTS. THE ABOVE ADDRESS IS FOR TRANSCRIPTS ONLY FROM AN APPROVED CERTIFIED VENDOR. REGULAR
EMAIL QUESTIONS WILL NOT RECEIVE A RESPONSE.
Admissions & Records will not accept transcripts sent to staff email addresses. They must be mailed in or sent electronically via Credentials, Parchment, or National Student Clearinghouse.
Transcripts sent via USPS should be addressed to:
Admissions & Records
Santa Barbara City College
721 Cliff Drive
Santa Barbara, CA 93109
Admissions & Records does not evaluate incoming transcripts for course credit. Review transcript evaluation policies and procedures here. For further information, contact the Academic Counseling Center.
To satisfy a prerequisite using external coursework, you must submit a Prerequisite Verification form. See the Transcript Evaluation Office for information, deadlines, and forms. Follow the step-by-step instructions to use Pipeline to see if SBCC has received official transcripts that you have had sent from other institutions