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Student registration is done through the Registrar's Office. The Registrar can help with ordering transcripts, grade posting, enrollment, holds and more. Learn more about student registration below.

Registration Process

Cohort course registration takes place automatically for all cohort classes.

Initial registration for the first term happens approximately two weeks prior to the first date on the calendar and subsequent terms are registered approximately one month prior to the first meeting date of the next term. Change of Status forms, processed through your academic advisor, are the only way to modify your cohort course registration.

Registration Holds

You will not be registered for the next term if you have any holds on your account. Registration holds may be placed on your account if you do not have the proper official transcripts submitted from any previous institutions.

Transfer Credits

After courses are in progress, transcripts from previous institutions are forwarded to the Registrar's office and transfer credits are evaluated.

Grade Posting

Grades are processed every Tuesday and Friday by noon. You may check your grades on the CSPConnect site under the Finances and Grades tab at the top. Grades will be available two to three weeks after a course has completed.

Enrollment Verifications

Your enrollment is verified monthly to the National Student Clearinghouse. Many lenders use NSC reports for loan deferment purposes. If you need additional verification of your enrollment, you may submit a verification form provided by your lender or other institution or you may submit a Concordia Enrollment Verification Request form. We cannot verify enrollment for future terms.


You may request a transcript to be sent from us by using a Transcript Request form.

Student Information Forms

New Student Information Forms are required to be submitted to the Registrar's Office during your first term. These forms are needed for accurate and timely communication from the University.

The University also uses the demographic information to complete documentation in support of financial aid for students and grants in support of students and programs.





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