The Registrar's Office is responsible for the official transcription and recording of all academic records and transactions. The registrar keeps the official record of credits.
An official transcript of a student's academic record at Judson University is available only through the Registrar's Office. Any student who has an obligation to the university will have his/her transcript held until the obligation is resolved.
There are three methods available for ordering your transcripts. Rush orders will only be processed for transcripts requested through option 1.
- Online Request: Order online. There is a $3.00 service fee. You will need a valid major credit card to order transcripts. Orders will be processed with in 2-4 business days. 1 day processing is possible as long as the student has no outstanding obligation to the university. Log on to www.degreechk.com, or call direct at 800-646-1858 with an operator fee of $5.00 when placing an order.
- Mail Request: Order via the U.S. Postal Service. There is a $3.00 postage and handling fee. Orders will be processed within 7-10 business days of receipt of your request form..
- Request in Person: You may request your transcript in person at the Registrar's Office, lower level of the Lindner Tower Building. Please allow minimum of 30 minutes for processing. If issued to the student there is no fee. If you need Judson to mail your transcript the $3.00 postage and handling fee will apply.
For complete ordering information, click on www.judsonu.edu, select Quick Links, click on Transcript requests found under the University Info tab.
Any specific questions concerning accumulation of credits or graduation requirements should be directed to 847-628-1150, or by fax at 847-628-2046.
Students are responsible to check the accuracy of their academic record and degree audit on their MyJudson account. Any discrepancies should be reported to the Registrar's Office for correction.
Veteran's Affairs (VA) Verifications
Certain armed forces veterans and dependents who qualify under federal laws administered by the Veteran's Administration are eligible to received education benefits. Those who are eligible for Veterans Administration benefits should contact their county VA office or 1-888-GIBILL-1 for additional information regarding the veteran's program. Forms are available in The Registrar's Office. It is the student's responsibility at the start of each cohort term to contact The Registrar's Office to begin the enrollment verification process. Students in academic status other than good jeopardize the continuance of VA benefits. Veteran's verifications can not be completed and submitted until all outstanding debt is paid to the university. Students who receive veteran's benefits must report expected benefits on their FAFSA when submitting it to the Financial Aid Office.