All applicants for admission to the College are required to submit an official final transcript as evidence of having completed their secondary school education. High school seniors may give their completed application form and application fee to a guidance counselor, who will enclose the necessary transcript and immunization records (see below) and mail them to RCC's Office of Admissions. Applicants who have already graduated from high school and are applying by mail should contact the school from which they graduated and request that the school forward an official transcript directly to the RCC Admissions Office. Applicants with a high school equivalency certificate (GED or USAFI) should have official or notarized copies of both their certificate and their test scores forwarded to the Office of Admissions. Applicants who hold an associate degree or bachelor's degree may submit either their college or their high school transcript.
Students with a transcript in a language other than English must submit a notarized or certified translation of their transcript. The translated document must clearly indicate that the student completed the equivalent of secondary school with a passing grade in each subject, or they must submit a notarized evaluation of their transcript in English. All applicants from English-speaking countries, or applicants who have received their secondary school education in a British system or similar educational system, must submit the originals or certified copies of at least one of the following academic documents:
- General Certificate of Education (G.C.E.), Ordinary Level
- School Certificate
- Royal Society of Arts (RAS) Certificate, Stag~ 2 or 3
- London Chamber Commerce (L.C.C.) Certificate, Stage 2 or 3 .
- Caribbean School Certificate .
- Teacher's Certificate
Other documents that are deemed comparable to or higher than the above credentials may be i considered. Transcripts of terminal school report cards, mock examination results, attendance records, or testimonials are not acceptable.
Applicants without at least one of the records listed above, or applicants who are having trouble " obtaining transcripts, should contact the RCC Office of Admissions for assistance.