EG(LEGAL) - ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT
Student transcripts shall contain a record of each state-funded course attempted by a student at the transcripting institution, including a college district. This includes all courses for which the student was enrolled as of the official census date each term, including developmental education courses, courses that were not completed, courses that were dropped, and courses that were repeated.
The student transcript or an addendum to the transcript certified by the appropriate institutional official shall contain a record of the student's status in regard to the Texas Success Initiative (TSI). The document should include the status for each section of a test taken for TSI purposes (reading, mathematics, writing) with information as to how the student met the TSI requirement. The information provided should enable receiving institutions to use the transcript or the addendum as a single source of information to determine the student's TSI status.
Student transcripts created after September 1, 2000, should be maintained by the institutions in a format suitable for electronic interchange. The format of transcripts shall be the format that is used to store the most transcripts by Texas institutions of higher education as of September 1, 1998, or another format adopted by a majority of the members of the Texas Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (TACRAO).
Student transcripts or an addendum to the transcript certified by the appropriate institutional official shall identify all courses completed in satisfaction of the core curriculum as specified in 19 Administrative Code 4.28(h) (relating to Transfer of Credit, Core Curriculum and Field of Study Curricula).
19 TAC 4.7(a)–(d) [See also FJ, Transcript Notation of Ineligibility to Reenroll]
Field of Study
Each institution must note field of study curriculum courses on student transcripts as recommended by TACRAO. 19 TAC 4.32(d)