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Adult High School, GED transcripts

Black graduation cap and rolled diploma.Congratulations on earning your Adult High School diploma, GED® or HiSET diploma with us at SPCC! Please read the following information on how to obtain your official transcripts:

Adult High School transcripts must be obtained from our Adult Basic Skills Department at SPCC. (Unlike college transcripts, the AHS transcripts are not available through Student Records at SPCC.)

2014 GED® Graduates
Students who earned the GED® in 2014 receive a secure, electronic document delivered to their email address. The document includes a transcript and an electronic copy of the North Carolina GED® diploma. Students have the option of ordering a professionally printed North Carolina GED® diploma free-of-charge. Students are allowed to forward the free electronic transcript they receive directly to potential colleges and employers. Students needing any of these documents must log on to their www.MyGED.com account to request a transcript or verification.

2002-2013 GED Graduates
Students who graduated between 2002 and 2013 may request additional official transcripts/diplomas and can have these mailed, using the website below. The cost is $15.

1942-2001 GED Graduates
The North Carolina Community College System office in Raleigh, NC will fulfill verification, transcript, and diploma requests for individuals who tested before 2002. There is no charge. To request a transcript go to this website and follow the directions:

Please Note:
If a GED® graduate needs an unofficial transcript for applying to SPCC, or for any other reason, we can provide the unofficial transcript free-of-charge through the Adult Basic Skills department from years 1995-2013. Our office can also provide official or unofficial Adult High School transcripts free-of-charge. Please contact Jody Chartier in Monroe at 704-290-5230, jchartier@spcc.edu or Laura Ratliff in Polkton at 704-272-5462, lratliff@spcc.edu.