The Admissions and Records office is open for in-person services.
You can still send a student request using the form below or by email while our office is open to request help with admissions and records. Personal student information will only be disclosed to your my. scccd. edu student email account. To send your requests, petitions, and documents by email, you must first sign in to your student email account.
We are aware that some of our students are still having difficulties with COVID-19. You can submit a petition for an Excused Withdrawal (EW) if you are struggling in your classes and must withdraw due to unavoidable circumstances. Petitioners for EW due to Extenuating Circumstances (including COVID-19) will need to provide supporting documentation beginning January 1, 2022.
If you are a Current Student or a Former Student, and need other Admissions and Records assistance, complete the Current or Former Student Request, and a staff member from Admissions and Records will respond. Use this form to request assistance with:
- Registration (add/drop/repeats)
- AB540 & Residency Reclassification
- Evaluation for graduation
- Transcripts and Enrollment Verifications
- Academic records petitions and updates
Petitions and other documents can be submitted by using the direct email links below.
The above Student Request form or email is the best way to get in touch with us. Alternatively, you can call us at 559 and leave a voicemail. 443. 8604.
Call College Relations at (559) if you are a prospective student or new to Fresno City College. 442. 8225.
Monday through Thursday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am – 1:00 pm
Admissions, Fresno City College
- Questions about your Graduation and your Degree Audit Letter
- Completed Course Substitutions, Course Waivers, or PE Exceptions
- Petition for College Credit
- Request copies of Degree or Certificate
- Electronic or USPS mail delivery only
- Attachments for Enrollment Verification Requests
- 3rd Party Release Form for verification requests
- Attachments for Transcript Orders
- Receipt of Transcripts from another institution
- Other Transcript or Verification inquiries
- For review by the Academic Standards Committee, a petition to repeat a course (requiring a fourth or more attempts to pass or repeating a class that has already been passed) must include SEP from counseling.
- Name Change/Correction – email with your: Corrected full name Previous full name Date of Birth Student ID # or SSN Current Address Phone number Copy of Government Issued Photo ID with correct full name .
- SSN, Date of Birth, & Other Demographic Corrections – email with your: Full Name Student ID# or SSN Information to be corrected as it was previously listed in our record (if available) Corrected Information Attached all required documentation to verify correct information (visit this link for the required documents) .
- Registration and Records Dates and Deadlines
- Diploma and Certificate Delivery Dates
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What GPA is required for Fresno City College?
A minimum of 60 transferable units with a 2 are required for CSU transfer admission. 30 units of general education coursework with grades of “C” or better, including math/quantitative reasoning (B4), written communication (A2), critical thinking (A3), and oral communication (A1), are required, as well as a grade point average of zero or higher.
Is City college hard to get into?
The acceptance rate at City College of New York is 38% For every 100 applicants, 38 are admitted. This means the school is very selective. You have a good chance of being admitted if you meet City College of New York’s requirements for GPA, SAT/ACT scores, and other application requirements.
What is a passing grade in Fresno City College?
Fresno City College uses the five-letter grading system. Grades are denoted by the letters A, B, C, D, and P; NP stands for no pass; and F for failing. Grades of A, B, C, D, or P are rewarded with units earned or permitted.
What are the requirements to attend Fresno City College?
Anyone who is at least 18 years old and has completed high school, or an equivalent, such as the General Education Development Test (GED), with a score of at least 45 overall and no subtest scoring lower than 35, may be admitted.