All current Concordia students can access their transcripts through our Banner Self-Service system.
- Click on Students
- Click on Student Records
- Click on Request an Official Transcript
If you are a former student looking to place an order for a transcript, please do so via Parchment.
In the fall 2021, we will let you know when those records will be transferring to Concordia University Texas, and how to access your transcripts through their system.
Submit questions or requests for assistance to firstname.lastname@example.org and include your student ID in the email.
Concordia will continue to fulfill academic transcript requests at least through August 31, 2021. Current students can make a transcript request through Banner Self-Service. Alumni can do so through the link provided below. This process has not changed and will not change through the summer. All student records will be cared for and accessible after the College closes. More information regarding where students can access their information will be available in the coming weeks and will be posted on our website. We encourage students to wait until their spring term grades have been posted or their degree posted if applicable before making a request to ensure that all information is accurate. In an effort to ease the transition transcripts for students that have applied to Teach-out Programs through Iona and Manhattanville will have their transcripts sent automatically and do not have to make a request.
Concordia College has arranged to reduce the cost of obtaining official transcripts for current and past students. Electronic transcripts ordered through Parchment (see instructions below) will now be $5 per request. Requests that go through Registrar's office (mailing a hard copy; picking up a copy; or legacy requests that Parchment cannot fill) will be $7.50 per request.
2-10-2021 Update for Current Students
Accessing Your Unofficial Transcript
- Students with or without holds who are applying for transfer to Iona do not need to send Iona an unofficial transcript. Concordia’s Registrar has arranged to share unofficial transcripts directly with Iona.
- Students without holds who are applying to colleges other than Iona can access their unofficial transcript from Banner and share it with the colleges they are applying to.
- Students with holds who are applying to colleges other than Iona should contact the Registrar’s Office. The Registrar will send you a PDF of your unofficial transcript so that you can share it with the college you are applying to.
Email email@example.com from your Concordia student email
Include your request and your student ID
Ordering Your Official Transcript
Concordia College can only issue official transcripts to students whose accounts are in good financial standing with a $0 balance. Current students in good financial standing can order their official transcripts through Banner. Instructions can be found below.
Due to public health concerns around coronavirus, our faculty and staff are working remotely at this time. Our Registrar office remains fully committed to assisting our students and our extended Concordia Community.
We are available to fulfill any registrar related requests via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) including withdrawals, enrollment verification letters, and general registrar related questions.
- If you are a former student looking to place an order for a transcript, please do so via Parchment.
- If you are a current student, you can use your Banner self-service account.
We will be able to fulfill requests for E-transcripts and paper transcripts. Please note that if you were a student prior to 2001, your information is not currently in Banner and is limited to paper transcripts which will be processed when staff can return to the office. All other students are encouraged to request E-transcripts to ensure timely delivery at this time. Mail order and pick up requests will be delayed until staff can return to the office.
Any transcript sent to us should be sent via E-transcript to the Registrar email (email@example.com). Transcripts sent via traditional mail will be processed when the office reopens.
The mission of the Office of the Registrar is to ensure the accuracy, confidentiality, integrity, and security of the academic records of Concordia College. In addition, the Office strives to provide quality service to students, alumni, faculty, staff, and other constituencies of the College. The Registrar Office interprets and applies the academic policies and regulations of the College for the benefit of the institution and its constituencies.
Office of the Registrar
Concordia College-New York
171 White Plains Road
Bronxville, NY 10708
Phone: 914.337.9300, x2104
Hours: 8:30am - 5:30pm
Services of the Registrar
All transcript requests are processed through our online ordering system partner Parchment. Current students can access Parchment transcript requests through their Banner self-service account. Alumni and former students who did not complete a degree may use the link below. Please allow 48 hours for transcript processing. A fee of $10 is assessed for each transcript request. Additional fees may apply for mailing and overnight delivery. Please see guides below for assistance.
Concordia College New York subscribes to Clearinghouse Service for basic enrollment verification services, and has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide enrollment and degree verifications. The National Student Clearinghouse can also be contacted by mail at 2300 Dulles Station Boulevard, Suite 220, Herndon, VA 20171.
If after visiting the sites above students determine that additional documentation is needed, they can complete the form linked below and return it to the Registrar's Office. Forms will be processed within two business days. There is no charge for this service.
Registering For Classes
It is the responsibility of students to monitor their academic program to ensure that they graduate on schedule. Concordia College offers several resources to help students achieve their goal of graduation.
PROGRAM PLANNING GUIDE
- The Registrar provides every student with a Program Planning Guide via DegreeWorks. The Guide helps students keep track of the courses necessary to complete an academic program and obtain a degree. Every program has unique requirements, and it is important that students review these requirements on DegreeWorks and in the College Catalog.
- Every full-time student is assigned an advisor who will assist with program choices and registering for courses.
- Shortly after making their enrollment deposit, first year students are assigned a first year advisor who specializes in the transition from high school to college. In their second semester, students transition to a faculty advisor within their program of study. Students should review their degree plan on DegreeWorks prior to meeting with their advisor.
- After meeting with their advisor and agreeing upon a recommended course schedule, students may register themselves via their Banner self-service account.
- Video Guide to registering for classes on Banner self-service
FERPA - FAMILY EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS PRIVACY ACT OF 1974
This act provides registered students over the age of 18 the right of access to "educational records" which contain information directly related to them.
"Educational records" are records, files, documents, and other material regularly maintained by the College. The FERPA Act states that the College cannot permit access to or release "educational records" or personally identifiable information contained therein to any party without the consent of the student. Therefore, those of age are required to give written consent to the college to release "educational records," even to parents or guardians. For more information, please contact Student Life at 914-337-9300, x2123. Access FERPA form here: FERPA Form