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Q. Has my transcript from another school been received or has it been evaluated for transfer credit?

A. To see if transcript from another school has been received, please click on ‘my documents’ in the student menu on WebAdvisor. To see if a transcript from another school has been evaluated, please view your transcript in WebAdvisor. You may also contact the Records Office at 704-922-6232.

 

Q. Have you received my transcript request?

A. Contact the Records Office at 704-922-6232. You may also view your transcript request status in WebAdvisor.

 

Q. How do I obtain a copy of my transcript?

A. Please click the Transcript Request link for information about obtaining your transcript. Official transcripts are $7 per transcript. Student copies are free.

 

Q. Has my application been received?

A. Call the Records Office at 704-922-6232.

 

Q. What are your office hours?

A. Monday-Thursday: 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Our summer hours are Monday-Thursday: 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., Friday: CLOSED.

 

Q. When are tuition and fees due?

A. Payment deadlines are available on the Academic Calendar. The calendar can be accessed on the left side of the page.

 

Q. Will I get a copy of my schedule in the mail?

A. No. You may pick up a copy of your schedule in the Student Records and Registration Office in the Myers Center. A picture ID is required to obtain a schedule. You may also print a copy in WebAdvisor.

 

Q. When do classes start?

A. Please access our Academic Calendar for start and end dates for each semester. The calendar can be accessed on the left side of the page.

 

Q. When will grades be available?

A. Grades are due 24 hours after the final exam. Grades are available on WebAdvisor as soon as the instructor posts them.

 

Q. What is my student ID#?

A. Your student ID # is a number assigned by Gaston College when you apply to the school for admission. This number is also known as College ID in WebAdvisor. You can get your student ID # from the Student Records and Registration Office or in WebAdvisor. In WebAdvisor the College ID (student ID) is on your profile page.

 

Q. Can you check to see if a class is filled?

A. WebAdvisor has the most current information for class availability.