Student Records Forms
Use to Request Service Concerning Your Student Record
The Office of Admissions and Records is responsible for maintaining academic records at the college, and enforcing students' rights under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). We appreciate student assistance in helping us maintain accurate demographic and program of study information. Use the following to request services concerning your student record:
Forms can be returned:
Grayslake Campus - Admission and Records B101
Lakeshore Campus - Student Services N211
Southlake Campus - Student Services V130
- By Mail:
College of Lake County
Office of Admissions and Records
19351 W Washington St.
Grayslake, IL 60030
- By Fax: 847-543-3061
- By Email: email@example.com
Please do not include sensitive information such as social security or birth date when submitting via email.
Use this printable form to notify the college of a name, address, phone or e-mail change.
Use this printable form to change your academic program or plan. Information describing programs can be found in the college catalog. Consult an academic advisor before changing your program, or contact the Counseling Center if you are undecided.
Use this printable form to withdraw from some or all classes due to active duty deployment. For questions about this process, please contact the Veterans' Certifying Official at (847) 543-2063.
If you are a degree-seeking student and want to transfer credits from a prior college or university, you must request an evaluation of your transcript. Use this printable form to make that request. You must also contact your prior school(s) and authorize them to send your official transcript to the College of Lake County, Office of Admissions and Records, 19351 West Washington St., Grayslake, IL 60030-1198. When your evaluation is complete, you will receive a notification email in your CLC Student Email account with instructions on how to view your transfer credit in myStudentCenter.
Credit from non-regionally accredited institutions will be evaluated for transfer credit to CLC using this request form.
Enrollment and Degree Verification Requests by Students
If you have special circumstances or need additional paperwork to accompany your verification, stop by Admissions and Records, Grayslake Campus, Room B101 to fill out a form and have CLC Admission staff process your request.
If you applied to CLC, but never enrolled, please use the Enrollment Verification Form (PDF) for verification.
The National Student Clearinghouse is now our authorized agent for providing degree and enrollment verifications. The National Student Clearinghouse can be contacted at:
13454 Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite 300
Herndon, VA 20171
In order to graduate, a student must submit a Petition for Graduation to the Office of Admissions and Records. For more information see Graduation in the Student Records Policies.
IASET (International Association for Continuing Education) approved classes that are completed at CLC (as of the Fall 2003 term) will appear on a separate CEU transcript. To obtain a copy of your official IACET transcript, please contact the American Council on Education by mail, phone or by using the link below. The fee for each transcript is $10 payable directly to ACE:
1 DuPont Circle
Washington DC 20036
American Council on Education Home Page
Students age 16-18, or older and currently enrolled in high school must submit this form before registering for classes.
Students who are under 16 must submit this form before registering for classes.
Students who are under 18 must submit this form before registering for adult education classes.
Use this form to allow the release of specific, non-directory information about your academic record to third parties.
Use this form to prevent the release of directory information (as defined in the College catalog) to third parties.
Use this form along with an unofficial or official transcript to meet course prerequisites with coursework taken at another institution. The transcript must include the name of the student, name of school and the course being used for the prerequisite.
Students who reside outside of the College of Lake County's district but work full-time (35 hours or more per week) at a Lake County company location can qualify for in-district tuition rates. Students interested in this agreement should have their employer complete the Business Educational Service Agreement along with either a company ID or payroll stub to the Office of Admissions and Records. Students must have been employed full-time at the in-district company since the beginning of the semester. Au pairs working for a family who resides in Lake County should request that their host family complete this form in order to receive in-district tuition rates.
Limited Enrollment Program Screening Forms
- Computed Tomography
- Medical Imaging
- Dental Hygiene
- Health Information Technology
- Paralegal Studies
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging
- Surgical Technology
- Medical Assisting
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