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Beginning a College Transcript and Viewing Grades

Academic Transcript:

When a student enrolls in their first college-level course, he or she is initiating a new academic permanent record; the college transcript. Students enrolled in the Excelsior Program should understand the implications of starting a college transcript and that their Excelsior Program course grades are included on their permanent SCCC transcript.

 

Poor grades on a student’s transcript can have an impact on a student's academic future. For students planning to continue their education at SCCC, unsatisfactory performance or course withdrawal can also put academic standing and future financial aid eligibility in jeopardy.

 

Grading Policy:

Student grades in courses offered through the Excelsior Program conform to the SCCC grading policy and will be included on the student's permanent transcript. The letter grades below are the only acceptable SCCC Excelsior Program grades.

 

Letter grade transformation:

 

SCCC Grade

High School Grade

Quality Points

A

90-100%

4.0

B+

85-89%

3.5

B

80-84%

3.0

C+  

75-79%

2.5

C

70-74%

2.0

D+  

65-69%

1.5

D

60-64%;

1.0

F

59% or below

0.0

 

Incompletes and withdrawals are not acceptable SCCC Excelsior Program grades.

 

Viewing SCCC Course Grades:

Once grades are submitted from the high school, students obtain their SCCC ID number from their high school or may use their social security number to access grades through the student portal, MYSCCC.

 

To access SCCC Excelsior Program course grades through the student portal:

 

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Go towww.sunysuffolk.edu

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Click: MYSCCC (top right).

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Under the log-in box, is a box for new students, click on “Click Here” to obtain a username and password, and follow the directions.

 

Students may order an unofficial copy of their transcript through the transcript request form and have it sent to their home.

 

It is the student’s responsibility to review his or her SCCC transcript at the end of the course and communicate any discrepancies to the high school teacher/administrator.