Transcripts must be official recent documents reflecting a minimum 2.0 GPA and good standing. The transcripts must be in the institution’s native language and include a four-point (US Standard) grading scale with the associated credentials. If the applicant’s transcript(s) does/do not meet the defined criteria, the transcripts must be translated and/or evaluated.
Students are responsible for obtaining and submitting translations and evaluations of their foreign credentials. MACC requires a complete translation and evaluation of degree(s)/diploma and transcript(s). The following are recommendations by MACC. You may also visit the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) website for more options. If you are in the collaborative program with the University of the Incarnate Word, please be advised that UIW only accepts translations and evaluations from one of the NACES members.
SpanTran Evaluation Services
The divisional course analysis includes a listing of all courses taken with their corresponding US grades and credit hours, the total amount of US credit hours completed, and the US grade point average (GPA), as well as divisional designations for each course, which specify the level of study. This option is for students with post-secondary credits/credentials.
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Global Credential Evaluators, Inc
The document-by-document report identifies and describes each credential and provides its US equivalent. This option is for students with a HS diploma and no post-secondary credits.