When submiting forms via JIRA, you must include a picture of a valid id & college id number.
- Active Military Duty Certification for Spouse/Dependents
- AB-540 Non-Resident Tuition Exemption
- Change of High School Grad Status
- Change of High School Graduation Information from a Foreign Country
- Code Out W (10+ Years)
- Merge Duplicate Accounts
- Update SSN, Name, Citizenship, Birthdate
- Registration Worksheet
- Fall 2020 - Pass/No Pass Option
- High School Students - Special Part-Time/Joint Diploma Admission Form (Online Form)
- Petition to Challenge
For challenging a prerequisite based on specific criteria (Knowledge/skill, health and safety, undue hardship, discrimination)
- Student Petition
Used for: Late Adds, Withdrawals, Drops, Drops with Refund, Waiving a Prerequisite, Repeat Classes
Military Affiliated / Veteran Students: Click here for more information
To obtain an education verification or enrollment verification, please contact the Admissions Office at CityAdmissions@sdccd.edu
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, (FERPA) specifies that studnets' educational records cannot be released without written consent of the student or court order. In addition, it defines the term "educational records" and specifies who can access such records. Additional information can be found at Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
Court Orders are processed by District Student Services Office:
San Diego Community College District
Student Services, Suite 100
3375 Camino Del Rio South
San Diego, CA 92108
Students who are only trying to clear prerequisites can submit a Proof of Prerequisites/Corequisite form along with the unofficial transcripts and photo id via JIRA to Counseling.
Students who intend to pursue a program, are using Tuition Assistance, GI Educational benefits or Financial Aid will need to proceed with sending Official Transcripts From Other Institutions Previously Attended:
- Students should submit official transcripts from all Colleges and Universities attended.
- Students should submit only ONE transcript even if planning to attend all three colleges; City, Mesa and Miramar.
- Transcripts from foreign institutions are only required for admissions into special programs.
- Transcripts are required even if prior credits do not appear relevant or if units were taken years ago.
- Students receiving financial aid or veterans benefits must have transcripts on file within one semester.
- Certain programs require transcripts are on file before admission to the program.
- Official transcripts from other institutions become the property of the college and will not be duplicated or returned.
- Guam and Puerto Rico are US territories and transcripts from institutions in these territories are not considered "foreign" and should be submitted.
Submission of transcripts:
Due to the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the office closure, electronic transcripts, including PDF, are preferred. We will accept mailed copies but those will be severely delayed until we are permitted to return to work.
- When ordering a transcript, if the sending institution has partnered with Credentials/E-Scrip-Safe, the transcript will be sent as a PDF directly to the San Diego Community College
District for City College, Mesa College, or Miramar College.
- We are currently working to establish direct accounts with Parchment and the National Student Clearinghouse. In the interim, regardless of the institution you are sending from, request to send the transcript to the following email address:
- Students are responsible for requesting official transcripts from each institution attended to be sent to SDCCD.
- Transcripts from foreign institutions are not required.
- Transcripts are only accepted from one year after issuance.
However, if electronic transcripts are not a valid option, you can have official transcripts mailed to:
San Diego Community College District
3375 Camino Del Rio South, Suite 100
San Diego, CA. 92108
If you mail your transcripts, please keep in mind that it will take longer to process them. Make sure to send official transcripts from all colleges attended, outside of the San Diego Community College District (City, Mesa, and Miramar). Please follow-up with the Records Office at firstname.lastname@example.org 2 to 3 weeks after your official transcripts are sent. To ensure they have been received and to initiate the transcript evaluations process.
Ordering Official Transcripts from San Diego City College
For current students, log on to your MySDCCD Portal (myportal.sdccd.edu) to order official transcripts and to view unofficial transcripts. To order official transcripts click "Request Official Transcripts" under Student Quicklinks on the right-hand side or click "Request Official Transcripts" under the "My Academics" tab on the left-hand side.
Some former students may not have access to the MySDCCD Portal depending on the last semester attended. To order your official transcripts please click here https://www.credentials-inc.com/CGI-BIN/dvcgitp.pgm?ALUMTRO008895. If you need to view your unofficial transcripts please click here https://unofficialtranscript.sdccd.edu/. You will either need to know your 10-digit ID number or your Social Security Number. If your ID number is 7 digits, please put 3 zeros in front of the ID number.
**Official transcripts ordered from us will come from San Diego Community College District and will have all classes taken at City, Mesa, and Miramar. If you would like further information regarding transcripts please refer to our District's website https://www.sdccd.edu/students/transcripts/index.aspx.
The mission of Enrollment Services is to recruit and admit a diverse student population that reflects the community we serve regionally, nationally, and internationally. We provide the highest quality of professional service to prospective and enrolled students by ensuring effective communication and support of college admission and enrollment policies and standards. We foster student confidence in their academic and career goals by making the admission, enrollment and certification process informative, accessible, and inclusive.
As an institution of higher learning we are committed to educating and empowering our students to become leaders and advocates who will serve their communities in various roles. We support early college awareness programs that provide opportunities for students who may not otherwise have the opportunity to pursue higher education, including first generation college students, high school students, and those affiliated with the military.
- Demonstrate their ability to maneuver through the online process using the online class schedule and registration system.
- Access the student services website at home or by using designated computers on campus.
- Be supported with hands-on training by knowledgeable staff. Staff will be available to assist our diverse student population who may require assistance with online services pertaining to registration, the class schedule and other campus resources.
- Identify other key resources on campus that are necessary for successful completion of their educational goals.