ANY REQUESTS TO PROCTORING SENT OUTSIDE THE DESIGNATED TESTING DATES WILL NOT BE PROCESSED.
Please use this form solely if you are an ACC student requesting a review of your UNOFFICIAL transcript(s) for permission to enroll in A&P I (BIOL 2401). This applies even if you have previously completed BIOL 2401 at ACC.
DO NOT USE THIS PROCESS FOR REQUESTING PERMISSION FOR ANY OTHER COURSE.
Be sure that your UNOFFICIAL transcript has the following info:
– Your full name
– Name of College/University
– Course Number
– Course Title
– the year of completion
– your final grade
Submitting your most recent and complete UNOFFICIAL transcript will increase your chances of obtaining permission to register for BIOL 2401. It is highly recommended that you take this step to maximize your opportunity for approval.
Transcripts are reviewed during testing periods only. Once we receive these documents, it will be reviewed and determined if a student will be granted permission to register for A&P I (BIOL 2401) based on their previous academic credits. Please allow 5-10 business days after you’ve submitted this information for a response. During peak registration times, please allow at least ten (10) business days for a response. Please note it can take up to an additional FIVE (5) business days for student records to be cleared for registration. Students may try and register starting 24-48 hours after receiving a response that permission will be granted but do not call the Biology Department regarding permission until at least FIVE (5) business days have passed since you were granted permission.
Click this link —> Transcript Review Request Form
Kindly note that our process ensures that we review transcripts in the order they are received to ensure fairness. Please be patient as we follow this process and refrain from reviewing transcripts out of order. Reviewing another transcript ahead of yours would not be fair and vice versa, as we uphold a strict first-come, first-served policy. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation in following our process.Back to Top