The Office of Student Records, located in Room 112 of the College Faculty Wing, maintains the Academic Records of all students. We can assist you with verifying your grades, your enrollment status, submit your Pennsylvania ACT48 Professional Continuing Education Credits, process transcript requests, and handle name and address changes. Services include creating, maintaining, and transmitting Academic Records in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA).
The principal services rendered by the Office of Student Records are the following:
- Transcript Request (Please note that we will only accept digital transcript requests using this form. No paper forms will be accepted)
- Pennsylvania ACT48 Professional Education Credits
- Duplicate Diploma Request
- Leave of Absence
- Permission to Release Education Record Information
(IMPORTANT!) Elimination of the use of Social Security Numbers to report and retrieve Act 48 continuing education credits and hours
In June of 2006, the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) instituted the use of a 7-digit individual Professional Personnel Identification Number (PPID) to be used as a secure unique identifier for all certified educators. The intended purpose of the PPID was to create a secure alternative to the use of Social Security Numbers for reporting and retrieving Act 48 continuing professional education credits and hours.
Professional Personal ID (PPID) Number
The Pennsylvania Department of Education will no longer accept Social Security numbers in order to record and track all Act 48 hours. As a result, the Department has issued each person within the state with a Professional Personal ID (PPID) number. This identification will be utilized in order to track your own Act 48 hours on the PDE website. In addition, this number will be utilized by all Act 48 Providers for registration and tracking purposes.
If you have not yet received your PPID, please click on the following link.
- Name/Address Update Form
- GCID: Use instead of social. If you do not know your GCID, please call the Office of Student Records at the number listed below.
For more information contact email@example.com or 215-635-7300 x157.
Walk-ins by appointment only.