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Office of the Registrar
Due to circumstances related to COVID-19, Concordia University has limited staff working on campus. Please be advised that beginning March 20, there will be delays in print transcript orders being mailed. Electronic orders should not be affected.
Important Notice: Degrees will post 4-6 weeks after semester ends.
You may obtain unofficial transcripts by logging into your Concordia My Records account.
We are pleased to offer eTranscripts, a certified .PDF delivered version of your transcript that is retrieved through the secure National Student Clearinghouse (NCH). Payment for your transcript request will be processed through NCH and your order will be fulfilled by the CUI Registrar’s Office.
Once ordered, updates regarding your order status can be received by email or text (carrier data charges may apply) or you may also track your order online through the NCH website.
Hold for Degree/Grades
If you order your transcript and select hold for degree or hold for grades, your order will be held until your degree/grades are posted for that term.
Do you have documents to include with your official transcript?
You may upload up to 3 attachments with your order. The system can only accept the following upload formats: jpg, jpeg, gif, png, tif, tiff, bmp, eps, ai, pdf, zip, doc and docx. AMCAS and LSAC account numbers are entered during the order process and there is no need to upload as attachments.
Your signed consent may be required to fulfill your transcript order. For your convenience, a consent form will be generated for your order that you can approve instantly online or return via fax, mail, or as a scanned email attachment.
Should you choose Electronic PDF delivery, you should first verify that the recipient is willing to accept your transcript via this delivery method. It is not? intended to be sent to yourself as you cannot forward the transcript to third parties as an official transcript.
Delivery Options, Processing Time, and Fees
Please Note: Electronic PDF transcripts are not available to students who were enrolled prior to Fall 2000.