Matriculation and Transcript Information
CCS offers two colleges from which credits can be transferred for graduation: Champlain College Online and Excelsior University. Matriculation involves formally enrolling with one of its partnering colleges. All students are responsible for submitting official transcripts of completed college-level credits, exams, certificates and licenses. Once enrolled, students will receive an official evaluation. The first transcript evaluation can take up to 8 weeks to complete; subsequent reads can take 1 month. CCS recommends that students enroll, at the latest, by January of the graduating year.
The enrollment process should include the following:
- Complete all college application forms and submit the appropriate fees
- Forward all official college transcripts, CCS transcripts, and CLEP and DANTES exam transcripts as well as transcripts for any previously earned college credit to the selected partner college
- Provide your CCS advisor with a copy of the degree evaluation (Academic Plan) from the college to which you applied. CCS advisors are available to help interpret results and plan follow-up action
Transcripts of all Corporate College Services courses can be obtained from:
American Council on Education (ACE) *** for CCS courses taken prior to July 1, 2010
One Dupont Circle NW, Suite 250
Washington, DC 20036-1193
(202) 939-9433 phone
(202) 775-8578 fax
For Transcripts of all Corporate College Services courses completed July/August of 2010 and thereafter, students must download the request form and send the completed form to CCS via fax: 908-233-5719 or mail:
Corporate College Services
91 Clinton Road, Suite 1B
Fairfield, NJ 07004
Transcripts of CLEP and Dantes (DSST) exams can be obtained from:
NOTE: It is recommended that once a student has enrolled in one of the partnering colleges, they contact that college and make an appointment with an advisor.
Once the degree is completed and in order to meet commencement participation deadlines, contact your college for graduation deadline dates and commencement procedures.