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Contact Information:

Director of Institutional Research and Registrar of the College
Jeff Mei
Phone: 617-731-7170

Course Credits

All courses at Pine Manor College follow the Federal Regulations regarding the award of credits: in a 15 week semester, 1 credit-hour requires one hour of direct instructional engagement (usually class meeting time), and the expectation of work outside of the classroom equivalent to at least two additional hours. Most courses at Pine Manor College are awarded four credits – therefore they meet for four hours of instructional engagement each week, and have work expectations of eight additional hours outside of class. Courses that meet less frequently are awarded fewer credits; courses that have laboratory periods, or extensive internship experiences are awarded more than four credits. Any variation is noted in the description for each course.

* The most updated course information is found on the Student and Faculty portals or by contacting the Registrar’s Office.

For academic policies such as student status, the PMC grading system, academic ethics, academic warning and probation, and leaves of absence, please refer to the Academic Catalog.

For information on PMC’s confidentiality of student records (FERPA) and/or to sign a FERPA waiver, click here.

Student transcripts

All current Pine Manor College students and Alumni can now request official transcripts online through the National Student Clearinghouse web site.

Official transcript-ordering link:

New features:

Can order transcript 24 hours a day, seven days a week via the NSCL web site.

The option to order an electronic PDF copy of your official transcript.

Make on-line payments through the secure National Student Clearinghouse web site when placing your order.

The option of receiving email and text notifications about the status of your transcript request.

PMC is now also part of the Electronic Transcript Exchange with other Colleges and Universities, which will help expedite the delivery of official transcripts to those institutions that participate.

Please do not fax or email official transcript requests to the Registrar’s Office.

Costs and Services

The cost for an official transcript (paper format) is still $5 per copy.

Standard Mail: Official transcript orders are processed within 1-3 business days and sent from the PMC Registrar’s Office.

In person pick up: Official transcripts may be requested through the National Student Clearinghouse and picked up with a photo ID at the Registrar’s Office.

Express Domestic Shipping: Due to the COVID-19 virus outbreak, we are unable to process the express mail option at this time. Sorry for any inconvenience and will update this site when this option is available again.

Electronic PDF: An official electronic PDF copy of a transcript is $6 per copy and sent via the National Student Clearinghouse’s secure network.

During final grade periods, transcripts will be held until all grades are posted. This does not apply to alumni/former students. Transcript requests are processed within 1-3 business days. During peak times in January, May, September, and December, transcript requests are processed within 3-5 business days.

Please note that students must have settled all financial obligations to the College to have official transcripts released.

Unofficial Transcripts

Unofficial transcripts are available to students via the student portal or by submitting a request. Please contact Jeffrey Mei at or 617-731-7170 for further details.

Athletic Release Requests

For assistance with athletic release requests, please contact Jeffrey Mei at or 617-731-7170.

Transfer Credit

Transfer credit is evaluated by the Registrar only for courses in which a grade of “C” or better has been earned. Evaluation will be on a course by course equivalency as determined by the Registrar. Grades earned at other colleges do not affect a student’s cumulative GPA.

An official transcript and course description must be submitted to the Registrar for approval at least six months prior to the expected date of receipt of an A.A., A.S., or B.A. degree.

Equitable credit for military experience is awarded in accordance with the American Council on Education’s guidelines for registrars.

A student entering with previous college credits may apply up to 32 semester hours of credit towards the A.A. or A.S. degree, or up to 96 semester hours towards the B.A. degree. The faculty members in each academic department determine whether courses taken ten years ago or longer may fill major requirements or be transferred in as elective credit.
(For additional information on credits see Academic Policies.)

Articulation and Cross-registration Agreements

Pine Manor currently has these articulation agreements in place:

  • Bunker Hill Community College: Biology and Biotechnology
  • Quincy College:  Early Childhood Education
  • Emmanuel College:  for students entering into our MFA in Creative Writing Program
  • Johnson State College:  for students entering into our MFA in Creative Writing Program
  • Regis College (guaranteed admissions to several of Regis’ graduate programs if certain requirements are met)
  • William James College (guaranteed interview for admission to their graduate programs in psychology)
  • Husson University in Bangor, ME (preferred admision to Doctor of Pharmacy program)

Pine Manor currently has these cross-registration agreements in place (students can take one course a semester beginning in their sophomore year):

Degree audit worksheets

Affidavit of Massachusetts Voter Registration

In compliance with Massachusetts state law, Chapter 475 of the Acts of 1993, effective April 1995, affidavits of voter registration for registrants who reside in any city or town of the Commonwealth are available in the Office of the Registrar and at all locations where students may register for classes. Completed affidavits may be submitted to the Registrar, who will forward such affidavits directly to the town where the student registrant claims to reside.