Get to know the Corpus difference. We offer 1st and 2nd year university-level courses in a small-class environment dedicated to providing students with the best start to their university education. We provide our students with academic excellence, a nurturing community, and the opportunity to put their faith into action. Corpus Christi is more than a College - it is a community.
“Curbside Outreach for me is inspiring because my faith is so important to me, and helping out and organizing it gives me a chance to put my faith into action, so I’m not just living by words but rather living by action. And it’s also very humbling to give just a small part of my week to people who need it...” – Megan Joseph on Curbside Outreach, one of the many service opportunities at Corpus Christi College. Read the full quote at https://www.instagram.com/p/BP_HkGKhCHC/
Why should you choose Corpus Christi College? 🙋 One reason is our dedicated recruitment team. Lukas and Danielle are more than your first point of contact. They go the extra mile to make sure you're fully prepared to tackle your first few weeks as a new member of the Corpus family 😊
"The greatest motivators I have now are my parents. Their unending support inspires me to do more. Even though they live in Manila, they will always find a way to call me after a tiring day just to tell me 'Kayang kaya mo yan!' meaning 'You can do it!' That simple statement serves as my daily motivation..." Check out Joel's full quote here: https://www.instagram.com/p/BR9zwINF3gt/#CCCHumans
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With the exception of courses dropped within the add/drop period, all courses attempted or completed will appear on your academic record. Standing achieved in each course is expressed both as a percentage and a letter grade. Both individual term GPAs and a Cumulative GPA (CGPA) appear on your permanent academic record. All courses in which you are currently enrolled, but for which final grades are not yet available, will appear on your transcript with a standing of IP (In Progress).
Headline: How-to Video: Ordering a Transcript
Watch this short video to learn how to order a transcript from Corpus Christi College.
If a student has an outstanding balance at the College or at the Micallef Library at St. Mark’s College, a grades report, transcript or graduation certificate will not normally be issued until the account is settled.
Information concerning final grades is not released to an unauthorized person without written consent of the student.
Telephone requests will not be processed.
Students Transferring to Other Institutions
Students preparing to transfer to another institution will normally order two sets of transcripts. Once a request and payment have been received, the Registrar’s Office will send the first set as early as the second week of classes of the student’s final term. It is the students’ responsibility to request the second set of transcripts which will contain final grades. There is a separate charge for each set of transcripts.
Visiting students taking courses at Corpus Christi College must request transcripts be sent to their home institution.
Corpus Christi students visiting other institutions must request that a transcript of their grades be sent to Corpus Christi if these grades will be used in partial fulfillment of the College’s AA degree requirements.
Storage of Academic Records
Corpus Christi College maintains full student records for a minimum of seven years. After seven years, students’ records may be reduced to include only enrolment contracts, transcripts, and copies of diplomas. The College archives students’ records on a secure redundant offsite storage site for a period of fifty-five years.
For any courses taken prior to 2016, it is the responsibility of the student to keep their syllabi. If students have not kept these records, it is the student’s responsibility to follow up with instructors and/or classmates to obtain syllabi.