No, your transcripts do not need to be on file with the Admissions and Records Office in order for you to register for classes. However, if you are applying for financial aid, seeking a degree at CCC, or satisfying a prerequisite then your official transcripts will need to be on file to proceed.
Official transcripts should be sent to:
Yes, but faxed or emailed transcripts can only be accepted as unofficial transcripts for advising purposes. If you would like your credits to transfer or if you are submitting a transcript for financial aid then an official copy must be sent in a sealed envelope to the Admissions and Records Office via the postal service.
Call the Admissions and Records Office at 575.769.4025 or visit the office in person. A staff member can provide your login information.
Once your official transcripts have been received, they will be entered into our system and your previous coursework will be evaluated for transferability by our Articulation Analyst. You can check if a class from another institution will transfer by contacting the Articulation Analyst at 575-769-4023 or any of the Academic Advisors at 575.769.4020.
You are placed on Academic Probation:
You are placed on Academic Suspension
You will be placed on hold and will be withdrawn for one full semester, excluding summer. Following your suspension, you will be readmitted on a probationary status and you will be required to meet with an Academic Advisor prior to registering for classes. If you would like to appeal your suspension, you must submit a Petition to Appeal Academic Suspension to the Admissions and Standards Committee by the posted deadline, explaining any circumstances that would justify readmission.
Note: There is a difference between Academic Probation and Suspension and Financial Aid Probation and Suspension. Please contact the Financial Aid Office directly with questions regarding Financial Aid Probation and Suspension.
Your GPA is posted on your Unofficial Transcript.
Contact Robin Kuykendall, Director of Extended Learning at 575.769.4916 or Robin.Kuykendall@clovis.edu to discuss your enrollment.
No, you do not need to complete any specific Guest Student paperwork. Simply submit an Admissions Application and complete the traditional admissions process.
Online course information does not show up in Canvas until the first day of class. Check the Academic Calendar to find out the date the semester begins to see when the course will appear in Canvas. If you enrolled after the first day of class but nothing has appeared in your Canvas account, allow the system 4-6 hours to upload the course information into Canvas. If the course information still does not appear, contact the Help Desk at 575.769.4969.
Send an email prior to the deadline to firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name, C-Number, and telephone number explaining what you need to do in your Pathway account. An Admissions Office staff member will be in touch with you the following business day to resolve your log-in issues and address the business matter in your email.
No, we have no affiliation with the Clovis Community College Center in Clovis, CA.
Admissions and Records Office
Dr. H. A. Miller Student Services Center
Clovis Community College
417 Schepps Blvd.
Clovis, NM 88101
Hours of Operation:
Monday through Thursday
from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.