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A "Proof of Graduation" Transcript is required for admission into Tech901 courses. As part of the application process, we ask that you contact your graduating High School, GED program, or University to have your transcript sent to Tech901.  


Shelby County



Memphis City Schools (now SCS)


Shelby County


If you attended a Memphis area high-school, click the appropriate button to request your certified transcript.

Transcripts should be sent to the following address and must be certified. Transcripts must be passed directly between educational institutions, and physical transcripts must be sealed. 



Attention: Admissions Department

P.O. Box 771169

Memphis, TN  38177-1169

(901) 881-2677

Once we have received your transcript, you will receive an email regarding your next steps!


If you are unable to access your High School Proof of Graduation Transcript, you may take the Tech901 competency evaluation as an "Ability-to-Benefit" test.


This test must be taken in-person and is proctored at our testing center, in the Tech901 offices. 

Click the button below to schedule a Proctored Ability-to-Benefit test in lieu of providing your transcript.  



Why do I need a transcript for Tech901?

As an accredited institution, we are required by THEC  to make sure that students paying for our courses are able to benefit from the information provided. Educational Institutions have agreed that official transcripts serve as this proof.

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What is a "certified" Proof of Graduation" Transcript?

 Certified Transcripts usually have a few official stamps and signatures, and are sent directly from institution to institution. For more information on certified/official transcripts, check out our article about certified/official transcripts.


I can't get a copy of my Transcript. What do I do?

We understand that trainees may no longer have access to their graduating institutions. To that end, we allow "Ability to Benefit" testing as part of our admissions process.


"Tech901 classes are focused on the specific technology skills needed in our city. The curriculum and course methods are specific for industry certifications."

Tecia Marshall

Tecia Marshall

Chapter Lead, Black Girls CODE

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