Taking Summer Courses at RCC as a 4-year Student

I'm a freshman student at UCSB who is planning on taking a few courses at RCC to knock out some pre major courses and GE's. I have already submitted my application to RCC and received the welcome email. My question is, what else do I need to do after this? I'm a bit unclear on what other forms I would need to submit, if there is at all. Do I need to send my transcript from UCSB? I plan on taking macroeconomics at RCC, and am currently taking microeconomics at UCSB, so I want to know if I need to send my transcript as proof of taking that class at UCSB in order to take macroeconomics.



  • TeeTee
    edited April 2020
    Hi Reynaldo, 

    RCC does not require that you must have completed and pass microeconomics just to take macroeconomics so you don't have to submit your transcripts if you don't want to. However, my recommendation is to go ahead and submit one so that RCC can evaluate your transcripts and give you credits for the classes that you have taken at your university as well as to exempt you from taking the assessment test if you have already completed courses in Math, Reading, English. In addition, sending in transcripts is usually what most university students will do after they submitted an application to take summer or winter classes at a community college. Thank You and please feel free to let me know if you have any other questions that I can help you with. 
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