The maintenance and safeguarding of the academic records of students are the responsibility of the Registrar’s office. This responsibility includes housing the records, issuing transcripts, and carrying out the transcript audit prior to graduation. This office is happy to assist you with transcripts, enrollment verifications, change of address, change of name, graduate registration, degree completion, and other record questions.
Location: Addison Hall – Room 155
Office Hours: 8:00am – 4:30pm
Phone: (708) 209-3165
Fax: (708) 209- 3167
This is the process by which students with an approved schedule reserve their place in classes for the coming semester or academic year. Students may not register without consultation with an academic advisor or faculty advisor. Registration for the following academic year takes place in every spring semester for all eligible undergraduates currently in attendance.
Online Registration and Student Records
Concordia University students may register online after obtaining official notice of their ability to do so via e-mail. Official student records are also available online through Concordia Connect https://connect.cuchicago.edu using the student’s unique login information.
The following are available online:
Credit Card payment
The transcript is the academic record of the student. It contains all courses taken at Concordia University and their corresponding grades, credits attempted, credits earned, quality points, and the grade point average. Approved transfer credits are also on the transcript listing only the course title and credits earned.
The transcript lists the degree earned, major(s) and minors, and the graduation date. The University adheres to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, as amended, in regards to information contained on the student transcript. Students may review their transcript at the Office of the Registrar. Copies are available upon written request by the student. Current and prior students will not be able to receive a transcript until all financial obligations to the University, including, but not limited to, tuition, fees and fines have been completely satisfied.
Classification of Academic Class Level
Freshman—less than 30 semester hours
Sophomore—30 but less than 60 semester hours
Junior—60 but less than 90 semester hours
Senior—90 or more semester hours
The credits used to determine academic level include those earned at the University and any transfer credits. Second-degree seeking students will be classified on the basis of transfer credit and/or previous Concordia credit.