Students, Former Students and Alumni
To request transcripts to be sent both electronically and in paper form, use Concordia University Texas' online transcript request form, powered by Transcripts on Demand.
Concordia has partnered with eSCRIP-SAFE, an electronic transcript service, to make Transcripts on Demand available to CTX students and alumni. Transcripts on Demand is a secure online service that allows students to create transcript requests online, submit payment, have them automatically sent for approval to Concordia and then sent electronically to other schools and participating institutions or via regular mail or any of the other shipping methods selected. When you create a transcript request online, the entire process is secured using the same kind of online encryption most banks use (i.e. – SSL encryption). Email updates are sent letting you know of the status of your transcript.
Because it is important to Concordia and Scrip-Safe that you know your records are secure during this process, you will be asked to complete a consent form the first time you request a transcript. Once this is done, you will never have to complete it again as long as you log into the same account.
NOTE: If a hold(s) exists on the record because of an unfulfilled obligation to Concordia, the transcript request will not be processed. Once the issue(s) preventing the release of your transcript is/are resolved, a new transcript request will be needed.
Clicking on this link will take you to the Transcripts-on-Demand website.
Transcripts - Current Students (Pick-Up Only)
Current students of Concordia University Texas may pick up a standard-request official transcript from the Registrar’s Office at no charge after completing a transcript request form. Contact your Student Support Coordinator for ordering information. Current students may print unofficial transcripts from MyInfo. If you are located at a Center outside of Austin, allow extra days for the transcript to be sent to that location.
Questions regarding transcript requests should be directed to:
Ms. Colleen Rinaldi