Please Note: For the health and safety of our students, employees, and community, due to the current situation with COVID-19, our entire campus community, and the college's Evaluations Department is closed until further notice.
During this closure, we will respond to questions and emails during normal business hours, so please connect with us.
You may contact us virtually.
For assistance, our remote operating hours are:
Monday-Thursday from 8:30 am - 5 pm, and
Fridays from 8:30 am - 2:30 pm
*Our department is experiencing a high volume of inquiries, and emails, so please allow 4-7 business days for your email to be returned.
For questions, please E-mail us at email@example.com. We will respond within 4 - 7 business days. Please include your City College ID number, and a phone number so we can better assist you.
WELCOME & MISSION
The San Diego City College Evaluations Department/program, has as its highest priority is to enhance student's goal of completion by informing and then supporting students through their applications of certificate, degree or general education certification petitions, and provide information to the campus commencement ceremony in a timely and efficient manner.
What can the City Evaluations Office do for you?
We are here to provide services to help you submit your petition for graduation and transfer. We have transitioned to a new online submission process.
- Petition for Appeal of Enrollment Priority and/or Loss of CCPG
- Academic Renewal with Course Repetition
(Please submit one petition per course at a time. Otherwise form will be rejected.)
- Academic Renewal without Course Repetition
- Major Electives Form
- Request for Transcript Evaluation
Note: All official transcripts must be received prior to submitting this request.
- Modification of Graduation Requirements
(Please submit one petition per modification at a time. Otherwise form will be rejected.)
- Request for General Education Certification
- Reinstatement After Disqualification (3rd Disqualification)
- Student Academic Contract
- Unit Overrides (Student Petition)
- Student Petition (for specific conditions)
*Apply for Graduation through your mySDCCD portal.
February 15, 2022 - Deadline to Apply for Graduation for students transferring to a CSU in Fall 2022 who are completing an Associate of Arts for Transfer (AA-T) or an Associate of Science for Transfer (AS-T)/ (ADT) Associate Degree for Transfer.
March 15, 2022 - Deadline to file an Application for Graduation and ensure their name will be included in the commencement program.
April 30, 2022 - Deadline to file an Application for Graduation and be a Spring 2022 graduate. Students filing after this date will be Summer 2022 graduates.
July 31, 2022 - Deadline to Apply for Graduation and be a Summer 2022 graduate. Students filing after this date will be Fall 2022 graduates.
Both the IGETC and CSU General Ed Certification requires two weeks of processing time.
Not sure if you are ready to graduate? Contact our Counseling Department and meet with one of our counselors: CLICK on the counseling department link: Counseling Department.
If you need help with Transfer explore our Transfer Center at: CLICK on this link: Transfer Services
If you require additional assistance, we can assist by connecting you to additional supportive services, as well as, explain policies and processes. You may email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
For information regarding the Spring 2022 Commencement ceremony, please click here.
San Diego Community College District Evaluation's website contains information for District-wide evaluations information.
The District Evaluators are available remotely to determine which courses are applicable toward your Certificate, Associate Degree or for Transfer and are also responsible for evaluating many of the forms which affect your permanent academic record.
District Office Evaluations
3375 Camino del Rio South, Rm 100
Department Student Learning Outcome:
Students will learn how to access and complete the proper forms and petitions to achieve their educational goals with respect to degree and/or certificate attainment.
City College's Mission:
San Diego City College has as its highest priority student learning and achievement. The college provides lower division and general education courses that lead to certificates, associate degrees or transfer to a four-year college or university; career technical education programs that meet specific industry needs, upgrade the employment skills of students and fulfill licensing requirements of the state of California as well as contribute to the economic development of our region; basic skills instruction to assist all students in meeting their educational goals; and essential student support services for all students.