The Office of the Registrar is primarily responsible for the integrity, accuracy and security of all academic records of current and former students. The Registrar is also responsible for the Academic Catalog, graduation and certification of degrees, diplomas and official transcripts.
Request a Transcript
Official transcripts must be requested in writing with the Transcript Request Form (by the graduate or student ONLY) with a handwritten signature.
There is a $5 fee for official transcripts, payable at the time transcripts are ordered. There is no charge for unofficial transcripts.
Privacy: Student records are confidential, and transcripts are issued only at the written request of the student, which must include a student’s signature. Telephone requests are not accepted.
Third-Party Transcripts: Logan University is unable to release transcripts received from other colleges or universities. Additional copies must be obtained directly from the issuing institution.
Logan University Transcripts: A transcript is a complete copy of the student’s academic record. Official transcripts bear the signature of the Registrar. Please allow 24-48 hours to process requests.
You may email your Transcript Request Form to Registrar@logan.edu, fax it to 636-207-2431 or you may mail your request with a check or money order to:
Attn: Office of Registrar - Room #216
1851 Schoettler Road
Chesterfield, MO 63017
Please include your full name and any other name(s) you used while a student at Logan; program enrolled in (i.e. DC); your graduation date or approximate dates of attendance; the address where your transcripts should be mailed (unofficial transcripts may only be emailed or faxed back); your handwritten signature and the fee if ordering an official transcript.
Please note: Transcripts will not be sent if there is financial indebtedness owed to the University by the former student.
In order to keep student records updated and receive pertinent communications, it is imperative any address or phone number change be reported to the Office of the Registrar as soon as possible. These changes will be accepted in person in Rooms 216 or 279 or through the student's Logan email account sent directly to Registrar@logan.edu.
The National Student Clearinghouse is now our authorized agent for providing degree and enrollment verification. Employers or background screening firms may contact the National Student Clearinghouse at:
National Student Clearinghouse
2300 DullesStation Boulevard, Suite 300
Herndon, VA 20171
Each student will submit an application to graduate to their Academic Success Coach (ASC). The ASC will run a degree audit to determine eligibility, and forward the approved application to the Registrar’s office. The Registrar will submit a list of all graduating students to the event coordinators who plan the commencement ceremonies. The Registrar will also order all diplomas and prepare a final packet for each student. No student who has any outstanding financial obligation will be allowed to participate in the commencement ceremony.
The Registrar serves as the Predominate Designated School Official (PDSO) and the Associate Registrar is also a Designated School Official (DSO). The Office of the Registrar updates the international students’ enrollment in SEVIS each trimester. Address changes are also made in SEVIS as they occur so it is important for international students to notify the Registrar as soon as possible when a change occurs. Optional Practical Training paperwork is handled by the PDSO for those students who wish to remain in the United States for one year after graduation. It is up to the international student to make sure his/her I-20 is updated properly and that all paperwork is in order. Students must see the PDSO before applying for Optional Practical Training.
Logan University’s Certifying Official is housed in the Office of the Registrar, and serves as a liaison between the student veterans and the Department of Veteran Affairs. The certifying official advises student veterans on benefit eligibility requirements in order to properly certify enrollment.
Since the VA has sole control over determining student eligibility for educational benefits, all questions regarding eligibility should be directed to their representatives at http://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill/ or 1-888-442-4551.
Accessing VA Benefits at Logan University
Before using VA benefits at Logan, all veterans and dependents must provide documentation of eligibility. For veterans, this documentation includes your DD-214 and a certificate of eligibility. For dependents, a certificate of eligibility and the Department of Defense authorization for transferred benefits is required.
If you have submitted an application for benefits to the VA but have not yet received a certificate of eligibility, then please provide a copy of your full application to the certifying official. Student veterans can manage their benefits, and check the status of the benefit claims at https://www.ebenefits.va.gov/ebenefits/manage.
Student veterans must complete a veteran benefit registration form for each trimester you wish to receive benefits. This will initially be sent to you by the certifying official after proof of eligibility has been submitted. It will subsequently be sent via email to all returning veterans and dependents when registration opens for the next trimester.
If you are a new student veteran, or an eligible dependent who has never used VA education benefits and would like to apply, complete and submit an application online at https://www.vets.gov/education/apply/.
Any student veteran who previously received VA education benefits (other than vocational rehabilitation) at another school must complete a change of program or place of training form.
Yellow Ribbon Program
Logan University proudly participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program. Awards are made to qualified applicants for all degree programs offered at Logan University. Logan University will fund 50% of the remaining unmet tuition and fees charges.
However, it is important to note that the amount each student receives will vary according to the cost of their degree program, and any tuition-specific scholarships or grants that they may have been awarded. It cannot exceed the maximum contracted amount of $10,000. The Yellow Ribbon Program award cannot be combined with other Logan awards to result in a tuition surplus.
• Be admitted as a degree-seeking student with net tuition and fee charges above the Veteran Affairs’ annual maximum rate as posted at http://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill/yellow_ribbon.asp .
• Be eligible for CH. 33 Post-9/11 G.I. Bill education benefits at the 100% level.
• Maintain good academic standing at Logan University.
• Provide proof of eligibility to Logan’s certifying official.
Student veteran that have been selected for the Yellow Ribbon Award will receive funding each year you remain in your current program of study as long as the University continues to renew its agreement with the VA. Logan has the right to reduce awards or discontinue the Yellow Ribbon Program at the end of each academic year.
Yellow Ribbon contributions will not be adjusted after the last day to drop classes without a W assigned, typically the end of the second week of classes. Any costs accrued due to adding or dropping classes after that date each trimester will be your responsibility.
Note: Logan University may be required to show proof of academic progress to the VA upon request, and does not require prior approval from the student veteran to maintain compliance with VA regulations.
Student Veteran Responsibilities
The certifying official will collaborate with the VA to closely monitor your enrollment status and academic program.
Student veterans have the following responsibilities:
• Notify the certifying official every time you want to be certified by completing the veteran benefits registration form.
• Register only for courses required by your selected degree.
• Do not register for courses you have already successfully completed with a passing grade, or credit, even if it was taken at another university.
• Maintain satisfactory progress toward your degree.
• Notify the certifying official if you change programs, add or drop a class, withdraw from classes, change address or deplete your VA educational benefits.
Mrs. LaToya Cash
Administrative Building, Room 216
Direct eligibility and payment questions to the Department of Veterans Affairs Regional Office
St. Louis Regional Benefit Office
Charles F. Prevedel Federal Building
9700 Page Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63132
Frequently Asked Questions
For more information on Academic Honors, Course Descriptions, Grade Changes and more, please review the Academic Catalog.