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    CCBC offers a fast, convenient, and affordable way for transfer students to earn a certificate or degree.

It's not where you start, it's where you finish!


Transferring to CCBC is easy.

  1. Complete an online application for admission.
  2. Submit official* transcripts from your high school and all colleges you have attended to:

    CCBC Registrar's Office
    7201 Rossville Boulevard
    SSRV - 015
    Baltimore, MD  21237
Transcripts will be assessed to determine whether you have successfully completed the college-level coursework that are prerequisites for certain CCBC courses. Contact your previous schools to send your official transcripts to CCBC. 

  1. Connect with a CCBC advisor.  
Transcripts provide documentation that you have successfully completed a college-level English, mathematics, or other prerequisites.


We can help.

Transcript submission options

  • Electronic
  • Mail
Attn: Transcript Evaluation
CCBC – Registrar's Office
7201 Rossville Boulevard 
Baltimore, Md 21237

  • Drop off 

Timing is key

Transcripts are evaluated on a first-in basis and will be evaluated within two to three weeks of receipt. Submit your official transcripts before the following preferred due dates to allow adequate time to complete the evaluation:

  • by May 15 for Summer classes
  • by August 15 for Fall classes
  • by December 15 for Winter and Spring classes
Check your CCBC student email account (____@student.ccbcmd.edu) for an email from the Transfereval@ccbcmd.edu with your credit evaluation results.

What is an official transcript?

There are two forms of official transcripts: original, sealed envelope and electronic.  
  • A transcript is considered official when it is received in an original, sealed envelope from the issuing institution. Any transcript submitted that has been removed from the official, sealed envelope is considered unofficial.

  • Electronic transcripts are only considered official when sent directly from the institution. Emailed transcripts from students are considered unofficial.

Transfer credit are not awarded for unofficial transcripts. Official transcripts submitted to the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) become the property of CCBC. CCBC will not re-issue the transcript to another institution or return it to the student. Transcripts must be received within one year of issue date. Online Transfer Center »