Columbia Basin College accepts successfully completed coursework from institutions
accredited by approved agencies via official transcripts. If you've attended another
college or university, we are happy to evaluate your transcripts and transfer in eligible
If you're only planning to attend CBC for one quarter, there's no need to have your
credits transfered. Unofficial transcripts can be used for registration purposes.
CBC also accepts credentials from foreign countries. If you've attended a college
or university in a foreign country, we are happy to evaluate your transcripts and
transfer in eligible courses. If your transcripts are in a language other than English,
we will need them to be translated into English and evaluated on a course-by-course
basis by a NACES member certified translation agency.
2. Send in all transcripts from previously attended schools
CBC requires that official transcripts from previously attended institutions accredited
by approved agencies are received before beginning your evaluation. Transcripts are
evaluated in the order in which we receive them and according to your start date.
Transcripts will be considered official if they are:
In a sealed envelope sent directly from the institution.
Sent electronically through our Washington State Student Management System directly
from the institution.
Sent electronically through an authorized online service provider directly from the
3. Receive your course-by-course evaluation
Your transcripts will be reviewed and a course-by-course evaluation will be completed
that will be available to view in MyCBC > Student Center. You will be notified when the evaluation is competed via your CBC
email address and/or home address.
If you have any questions regarding the evaluation of your credits, please make an
appointment with Counseling and Advising.
Where do I send my transcripts?
Physical copies can be sent to:
Columbia Basin College
Attn: Student Records, MS-H4
2600 N. 20th Ave.
Pasco, WA 99301