The Admissions/Records Office Admissions & Records Office is located in the Robert L. Strickland Center. We assist students with registration questions and dropping classes once the semester begins. We also process enrollment verifications, address or name updates through WebAdvisor my.forsythtech.edu, and online withdrawal forms, and answer any questions you might have about graduation. The Admissions/Records Office certifies students have fulfilled graduation requirements, diploma pick up, assists students through Commencement, and instructions how to use WebAdvisor my.forsythtech.edu for students, and program evaluations.
- Transcript Requests
- Enrollment Verification
- Online Withdrawal Form
- Change of Program Form
- Transfer Credit/Evaluation
- Determination of Course Equivalencies
- Advanced Standing Credit
- Intent to Graduate Form
- Program Evaluation
- GPA Calculator
- Replacement Degree
- Academic Forgiveness
- Grading System
- Academic Recognition
As a precaution against the Covid 19 virus, please request your transcript using our online request system ONLY.
You may have Forsyth Tech transcripts sent to any institution, individual or yourself via the online eTranscript service. The fee schedule is provided on the eTranscript site.
In-Person Transcript Fee: $3.00
You may also pay for your transcript in person at the Cashier’s Office on the 2nd floor of the Allman Building Monday-Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. or Friday 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Bring the receipt and a picture ID to the Admissions/Records Office where you will complete the request form for pick up or have us mail the transcript to the entity and address you provide.
For mail in requests please print transcript request form from below. Complete the form and mail the request and fee to (Do not send cash):
Forsyth Technical Community College
2100 Silas Creek Parkway
Winston-Salem, NC 27103
GED Confirmation/Score Requests
If you completed a GED program and need confirmation or score information contact Diploma Sender at www.diplomasender.com.
Adult High School from Forsyth Tech (AHS)
If you completed your Adult High School at Forsyth Tech, then you will need to contact the Admissions/Records Office Admissions & Records Office at 336.734.7556 for additional information prior to ordering your transcript.
You may request enrollment verifications for insurance or other purposes. Please use this link: National Student Clearinghouse to verify student enrollment status or to view student loan deferment verifications and other services. This free service is available 24 hours for your convenience.
Name/Address Update Requests for Current/Previous Students:
These changes can be processed in person at the Admissions & Records Office or requested in writing via email or fax. Name change requests must be documented by a marriage license, birth certificate, court decree OR both a valid driver’s license and a signed social security card with matching names. Your signed and dated request, including name change documentation, can be emailed or faxed to the Admissions & Records Office at email@example.com or (336) 734-7160.
Current students can update their address and telephone numbers via their my.forsythtech.edu account. Information will be changed on the next business day.
(my.forsythtech.edu > UserID > User Profile > Add New Address or Add New Phone).
All employees must go to Human Resources for any needed changes.
Online Withdrawal Form
- Online Course Withdrawal Form
- Login with your TechID & Password
- Select the course(s) to drop; Submit
- Confirm the course(s) to drop
- Print Confirmation Page (Optional)
- Read Student Confirmation Email
Questions? Please contact the Admissions/Records Office at 336.734.7556
Change of Program Form
For current students wishing to change their current program of study, please fill out the Change of Program form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. The form must be fully completed and sent from your Forsyth Tech email address to be considered valid. The Change of Program request will be processed within 3 business days.
Audit: Audits are not covered by any type of financial aid. Students are responsible for all costs incurred with courses they chose to audit. Audits do not carry credit hours and are not counted as attempts or completions. The audit form must be completed prior to the beginning of the semester.
Process for Seniors (65 or older) who want to audit classes for free:
Form must be processed upon receipt which is different from the regular student population.
Senior student must register for course(s), complete the audit form, take audit form to Admissions, Admissions must verify age, signed form will be submitted.
Course Legend Information
This information is useful when planning your schedule to ensure you are on the desired campus and to prevent scheduling conflict.
The Admissions/Records Office will evaluate transcripts from other regionally accredited post-secondary institutions for possible transfer credit after the Admissions Office has approved your application and received your official transcripts.
Transcripts must be received from institutions/colleges that are regionally accredited by one of the following:
- Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools
- New England Association of Schools and Colleges
- North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
- Northwest Commission of Colleges and Schools
- Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
- Western Association of Schools and Colleges
Determination of Course Equivalencies
Your evaluation will be completed based on your program of study.
In order to receive transfer credit for a course the course at your previous college must be comparable in content, objective, quality, and credit hours to those offered at Forsyth Tech.
You must have made a C or better in the course that is being considered for transfer credit.
Credit for remedial courses are awarded based on college level English and/or Math courses taken at previous school.
When the granting of transfer credit is in question, the student may be asked for additional documentation such as course description or course syllabus.
Credits transferred from other institutions/colleges will be reflected on students’ transcripts as hours earned and will not be used in the computation of grade point average. A grade of TR will be granted to show that the course was transferred from another college.
Credit Hour Equivalencies
Forsyth Tech is on the semester system. If the college you attended is/was on the quarter system. Your credit hours for the class will have to be converted to semester hours using a conversion factor.
Example: You have a 3 quarter hour class at your previous college. To convert this course to semester hours the 3 hours is divided by 1.5 which equals 2.00 semester hours. If this course is being considered for a 3 credit hour Forsyth Tech course we would not be able to transfer this course in because the hours would not match.
Transfer Credit Limit
To graduate from Forsyth Tech you are required to complete a minimum of 25 percent of the required course work at Forsyth Tech.
Transfer Credit Course Time Limitations
Transfer credit will not be awarded for computer related courses that are 10 years or older.
Students that have attended a college or university outside of the United States must have their transcripts translated and evaluated by a NACES member (www.naces.org) before Forsyth Tech will review them for possible transfer credit.
Advanced Standing Credit
CLEP/DSST (DANTES)/Proficiency Exam/AP Credit
Forsyth Technical Community College has adopted an Automatic Graduation process which will not require students to submit an Intent to Graduate form. Graduation eligibility is determined by the Registrar’s office. Students will be granted the certificate(s) and/or diploma(s) applicable while pursuing their Associate degree.
Forsyth Technical Community College will process your graduation for you. To ensure you receive credit for all your hard work, when your program evaluation, which is accessible through my.forsythtech.edu, indicates that you have completed all degree requirements, your official Forsyth Technical Community College transcript will be updated to reflect that you have graduated.
If you are eligible for graduation through this automatic process, you will receive communication from the Admissions/Records Office notifying you of your graduation eligibility and informing you about the process to receive your degree and attend the graduation ceremony through your school-issued email. If you have questions about this process, please contact email@example.com.
Forsyth Tech reserves the right to publish all graduate names in the commencement program.
Considering a different program?
To see how coursework would apply to a different program visit my.forsythtech.edu. Click on “progress” and then “view a new program”. Keep in mind that transfer credits are only applicable to current program of study.
Replacement degrees are $10 for each degree needed for reprint. Payment taken in the Allman Building on the 2nd floor. Bring receipt to the Robert L. Strickland Center, Admissions/Records Office number 336.757.7556, for degree to be reprinted. Your degree will be ready for pick up in 48 business hours.
Academic Forgiveness: Students can apply for academic forgiveness by completing the required application. Change to academic forgiveness pdf
FERPA Student Release Form change to fillable FERPA form