Students may request an official verification of enrollment after the official census date of the term from the Enrollment Services Office. Click here to access the Request for Enrollment Verification Form.
6 Drop Rule
By state law, all students enrolling for the first time at any Texas public college or university after Fall 2007 will be limited to six course withdrawals (drops) during his or her academic career. Drops include those initiated by students or faculty and withdrawals from courses at other Texas public institutions. This policy does not apply to courses dropped prior to census day or to complete withdrawals from the college.
When you register:
- See your advisor.
- Choose your courses carefully.
Before you drop:
- Discuss options with your professor.
- See your Counselor Use campus resources such as tutoring and computer labs.
Enrollment Services provides certification of eligibility for graduation, processes applications for graduation with honors, and provides information concerning diplomas and commencement exercises.
Commencement exercises are held in May of each year.
Prospective graduates should complete the graduation application at the link below. Your graduation application will be routed to your academic advisor for approval. If there are any issues with your graduation application your advisor will follow up with you. Graduation fees are due at the time of application. Fall 2023 graduation applicants must use the fall 2023 graduation application.
If you graduated in a previous term or need a replacement diploma you must use the previous term application.
For graduation/commencement related questions contact the Registrar.
Student Records/Academic Status
Enrollment Services personnel assist students in computing grade point averages, removing incomplete (I) grades and posting transfer credit for continuing students.
Students placed on suspension are suspended from attending Cisco College for one long semester. They may meet with a counselor to register for summer classes. Students who wish to appeal their suspension may appeal by submitting the Appeal Form.
Students & alumni who have met all monetary and non-monetary obligations can order their transcripts online from Parchment 24/7. Electronic delivery (PDF) is available to expedite the entire process. To quickly and efficiently request your official transcript please log in to your Campus Connect student portal account-then click on "Official Transcript Request" under the "Registration" tab. If you can not log into your student portal account please go to Parchment to order your transcript.
Under the “Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974,” the following is designated as directory information and may be made public, unless the student desires to withhold directory information.
- Student's full name
- Addresses-local, permanent, and e-mail
- Telephone listings, both local and permanent
- Major field of study
- Participation in officially recognized activities and sports
- Weight and height of members of athletic teams
- Dates of attendance
- Degrees and awards received
- Most recent previous school attended
- Enrollment status
Students wishing to withhold directory information should complete the non-disclosure form, and submit it within 10 days after the first class day. Forms received by fax, email or mail must be accompanied by a copy of a photo ID. The non-disclosure form is also available at the Enrollment Services Office.