How to Order a Concordia Transcript
Concordia University Texas offers students a comprehensive collection of resources, one of which includes a simplified process for ordering transcripts.
What Is a Transcript?
A transcript is a record of your entire history in higher education, including the following:
- AP credit accepted by Concordia
- All colleges and universities you have attended
- Courses you have attempted
- Grades earned for the courses
- Credit hours earned for the courses
- Any academic honors you have received
Reasons to Request a Transcript
There are two primary reasons you may need to order a transcript from Concordia University Texas.
First, if you transfer to a different university to complete your degree, you will need to send your Concordia transcript to the university. Second, if you pursue a graduate degree, you will need your Concordia transcript.
How to Request a Transcript
The process for requesting a transcript from Concordia is streamlined.
- Log onto your MyInfo account (username: FirstName.LastName, password: CTX email account password).
- Click the "Student" tab.
- Click "Student Records."
- Click "Request an Official Transcript," which will send you to the National Student Clearinghouse site, which is Concordia's online transcript provider.
- Click "Order Transcripts."
- Enter your information. You can use either your student ID (B00XXXXXX) or your social security number.
- Select the transcript and delivery details.
- Confirm your order and check out.
If you are a CTX graduate, there is a $5 base cost per transcript. If you are a current CTX student, there is no charge for regular processing; there is an option for same-day processing, but it costs $25 per transcript. You can select a physical copy or send an online version directly to the institution.
View Unofficial Transcript
In the "Student Records" section, you can select the "View Unofficial Transcript" option. This is a great resource to check throughout your time at Concordia. You can track your cumulative GPA and see the progress you're making toward completing your degree.