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Official High School Transcripts

Official High School Transcripts

Official high school transcripts can be mailed from the high school directly to Metropolitan Community College Records Office at the address below:

Metropolitan Community College
Records Office
PO Box 3777
Omaha NE 68103

Students may also hand deliver an official transcript from the issuing high school to the Records Office on the Fort Omaha Campus (Building 5, first floor). The transcript must be in a sealed envelope from that institution, stating that it is official.

Official transcripts (with graduation date) sent to the MCC Records Office through an electronic transcript vendor (Parchment, Scrip-Safe, National Student Clearinghouse, Naviance, etc.) may also use the following email address: transcripts@mccneb.edu.
 

MCC accepts high school diplomas from accredited high schools and those earned through the University of Nebraska–Lincoln Correspondence High School online program. Currently no other online high school diplomas will be accepted.

The MCC Records Office does NOT ACCEPT unofficial transcripts or transcripts with no graduation date.

Transcripts are considered Unofficial when they are:

  1. Emailed transcripts that Do Not come from an electronic transcript vendor
  2. All faxed transcripts
  3. Hand delivered by students/parents and not in a sealed envelope stating that it is official
 

Please Note: If an unofficial transcript is requested, it should be submitted to the MCC staff or department area initiating the request for an unofficial transcript.

If you would like to have prior course work reviewed to see if a prerequisite has been met for an MCC course, please use the following email: PrerequisiteVerification@mccneb.edu


Individuals who have not completed high school are encouraged to obtain their GED that has been developed by the General Educational Development Testing Service of the American Council on Education. For more information, visit MCC's Adult Education Program. The GED classes offered at the College are free.