Requesting your transcript from San Jacinto College
When you move on to another college or university you’ll need an official copy of your San Jacinto College transcript. To request your transcript, you’ll need to log into your SOS account. Once logged in follow the steps below:
- Click on My Registration/Financial Aid/Student Records
- Select My Student Records
- Select Request Official Transcript and follow the directions for ordering your official transcript.
Submit the Transcript Request Form: Follow the instructions in the upper-right hand corner of the form. Allow at least 2-3 business days for processing of transcript requests.
Contact Educational Planning, Counseling, and Completion at 281-998-6150 to confirm same day transcript pick up availability.
Things to consider about Transferring
- What is the minimum GPA required to transfer?
- Do they offer your field of study/major?
Be Mindful of Deadlines-
- What is the deadline to apply for admissions?
- What is the deadline to apply for scholarships and financial aid?
Consider the Money-
- Compare the cost to other Universities?
- Did you apply for financial aid?
- Did you apply for veterans’ benefits?
- Do you qualify for any application waivers?
- Do you qualify for any exemptions?
- Are there more classes you can take at San Jacinto before transferring?
- Have you scheduled a campus visit?
Get Support –
- Reach out to the Universities for assistance or visit the University Center
- Contact an Educational Planner on Campus
- Transfer Credit Guide
Are you interested in pursuing a four-year degree at another university after graduating from San Jacinto College? We have partnerships with many colleges and universities to help make the transfer path smoother for you. These partnerships are called articulation agreements.
Colleges San Jac has articulation agreements with:
Purdue University Global (formerly Kaplan)
If you don’t see your school listed, don’t worry. You should meet with an admissions advisor to plan out your steps to transfer to your chosen school after San Jacinto College.