Your academic advisor is here to answer any questions you may have regarding the curriculum or customizing your emphasis within your program. We are dedicated to your academic success and are here to support you.
There are many helpful resources available to you as a student at Concordia University.
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Graduation is both the end of your immediate academic journey in the online bachelor's degree program, and the beginning of your journey of continued learning and professional career. Many graduates of the program have continued on into postgraduate professional and degree programs such as the California Teacher Credential program, the M.A. in Education program, the MBA program, and others.
As you begin your last semester, you will need to make sure you apply for graduation with the Registrar’s Office. This process is required and can be done in the Registrar’s Office or by obtaining the application for graduation online. Either way, it is important to complete this form by the posted deadline. Typically the deadline for spring semester graduation is September and for the following summer graduation deadline is June, and fall semester graduation the deadline is September.
Please note that Concordia University conducts two graduation ceremonies. It provides you and your friends and family a chance to celebrate your accomplishments and achievements.
The honors listed below are awarded to qualified recipients of the Bachelor of Arts degree at the annual commencement ceremonies. These honors are determined on the basis of the cumulative grade point average of all coursework taken at Concordia University and at all other colleges and universities attended. Honors recognition for the graduation ceremony is based on grade point averages and credits completed through the fall semester, but the student's permanent record will designate honors based on the final semester's GPA.
Students may petition for review of certain university academic regulations when unusual circumstances exist. Petition forms are available in the registrar's office. After action has been taken on the petition, the student will be notified of the decision. A copy of the action will be placed in the student's permanent file.
To view the current classes offered, please visit The Office of the Registrar.
Using My Records is the easiest and most convenient way to register for your courses, check your current schedule, check your grades, find out room assignments, etc.
Link to My Records login: www.cui.edu/mycui
If you are locked out of the system, please contact the Registrar’s Office at (949) 214-3079
Students may obtain an official transcript of their academic record by filing a written request at the Office of the Registrar. A fee is charged for transcripts and must be paid in advance. Ten working days should be allowed for processing and mailing of the transcript. Official transcripts will not be released until all fees have been paid.
Transcripts from other academic institutions are the property of Concordia University, and as such, are under the control of the Registrar's Office. Under federal policy, students have the right to view the documents in their file; the University will not make copies of these documents. Transcripts submitted to Concordia University for admission or credit transfer become the property of Concordia and will not be returned to students or forwarded to other institutions.
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