The Halifax Community College transcript will be
furnished upon the written request of the student (Family educational
Right and Privacy Act of 1974 - FERPA).
There is a $4.00 per copy charge for official curriculum
transcripts and a $2.00 per copy charge for unofficial curriculum
transcripts. There is no
charge for continuing education transcripts.
Unofficial transcripts may also be obtained for free through
WebAdvisor if you are a current student or have been enrolled within the
No transcript will be
sent for students whose financial obligations to Halifax Community
College have not been satisfied.
Transcripts in the folder from other institutions are property of
Halifax Community College and will not be returned to the student or
copied and will not be forwarded.
In response to
inquiries from the general public, prospective employers, etc., only the
following directory information is released without the student's
The student's name,
address, telephone, academic classification, major field of study,
participation in officially recognized activities, dates of attendance,
degrees and awards received.
Any student who wants to make a request that directory
information not be released should contact the College Registrar.
To receive the
Associate in applied Science Degree, Associate in Arts Degree, Associate
in Science Degree, Associate in General Education, Diploma or
Certificate, a student must maintain satisfactory progress in all
subjects and a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.00.
Students must earn a minimum of 25 percent of credit hour
requirements at Halifax Community College.
A student in continuous attendance (summer semester
excepted) may graduate under the provisions of the catalog in effect on
his/her date of entry or he/she has the option of meeting the
requirements of a subsequent issue. A student who is not in continuous
attendance must graduate under the provisions of the catalog in effect
on his/her last re-entry date, or a subsequent issue. Students who
request a change of their academic program will be subject to all
requirements of the catalog in effect at the time that the program
change is approved.
Application for Graduation
College holds one Commencement ceremony at the end of Spring semester.
Students who complete requirements in December or the preceding
summer are encouraged to participate in the May commencement exercises.
Candidates for graduation must submit an Application for
Graduation with the Registrar's Office by March 15 of each year.
All students are encouraged to submit an application for
graduation to the Registrar's Office during the semester in which they
intend to complete all program requirements.
Paper Application (PDF)
The National Student Clearinghouse is our authorized agent for providing
degree and enrollment verifications. If you are a lender, an
employer or background screening firm requesting this information,
please contact the National Student Clearinghouse at:
Any students who receive loan deferment paperwork from their lending
institution need to advise their lenders to go through the National
The Registrar's Office
is located in Room 326 in the 300 Building.
The office is open
Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
252-536-7221 or 252-536-7227
View Final Grades Online:
Login into your Web Advisor account. You will need to select a Term
(i.e. Fall 2011; Spring 2012). You can also view your GPA by Term and
your full Transcript in this area too. Click
here to login into Web
Advisor. If you have never logged
into Web Advisor, click