Do colleges generally want transcript of college classes at the end?

<p>Just wondering if colleges in general only request 1) a high school transcript or 2) a high school transcript + transcript of any college classes you're taking senior year second semester when they decide whether to rescind you or not. Right now, one of my college classes is giving me a really hard time, and I was wondering if I need to worry about that class since it doesn't show up on my high school transcript (I did indicate on my application that I'm taking the class though). Does anybody know the answer to this question?</p>

<p>if you want to transfer the credits, i believe you have to submit the college transcript</p>

<p>OMG I'm wondering the same thing! I mean, I'm pretty sure colleges DEFINITELY want the final high school transcript...but my professor is being a royal butthole and I have a C in my college course right now, and I'm really worried about it.</p>

<p>The course is really dumb and I'm not planning to transfer the credits; I honestly just took the course to show colleges I could do college coursework, the course isn't even in what I am planning to major in.</p>

<p>So does anyone really know the answer to this? I don't want to call up admissions because that'd be awkward ("Why don't you want to send us your college transcript? Are you hiding something?"). Eek.</p>

<p>You can call anonymously. Just don't give your name. The question doesn't have to raise red flags. Say, "Do you require an official transcript from a class I'm taking in college? It won't appear on my high school transcript and I am not seeking credit for it." That doesn't say, "Are you hiding something?" That just says, "I don't want to bother if I don't have to."</p>