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Office of the University Registrar

Welcome to the University Registrar's Office at Chatham. We are located on the first floor of Braun Hall, Room 101, and we are open Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Mission

The mission of the University Registrar’s Office is to provide exceptional service in a timely, accurate, confidential, and supportive manner in accordance with University policy and federal law. We are charged with ensuring the integrity, confidentiality, and security of academic records and adherence to academic policy.

An official transcript is the University's certified statement of your academic record. The official paper transcript is printed on security sensitive paper and contains the University seal and signature of the University Registrar. Therefore, negating the need for notarization. The official electronic transcript is a PDF delivered through the Credentials Solutions Global Transcript Delivery Network. When requesting your transcript select the level of coursework undergraduate, graduate or both that you need. For your protection, we will not release an official transcript without your signature.

  • Maximum processing time for all requests, is three business days (this does not include weekends) from receipt of request. When placing a request, it important to be mindful of any pending deadlines. Expedited processing and delivery are not options.
  • Electronic transcripts which are sent and opened, expire within 24 hours.
  • Electronic transcripts which are sent and not opened by the recipient, expire within 30 days, and a new order will have to be placed.
  • Official transcripts will NOT be emailed or faxed (due to security issues).
  • Once orders are completed, a confirmation email is sent to the requestor.
  • Please note that you must complete your signed release with Credentials Solutions in order for us to release your transcript; this is in accordance with federal law. If you do not complete this step, your order will be cancelled.

How to Order an Official Transcript

In accordance with Chatham University's mission of sustainability and the environment, the University has partnered with Credentials Solutions to provide 24/7 online transcript ordering. We will no longer be accepting paper copies of the transcript request form. You can choose to have your official transcript securely delivered electronically or you can choose to have a hard copy mailed. Secure electronic delivery is the preferred method. Chatham University charges $10.00 per paper transcript and $5.00 per electronic transcript.

Former Students: Visit this website to place an order. Orders are authorized via electronic signature and you need to include your social security number or your Chatham student number.

Current Students: Should use the Self-Service tool on myChatham to order a transcript to avoid having to sign and submit a release form. By securely logging in to one of those systems, you are authenticating your identity.

If you experience technical issues or problems, please contact Credentials Solutions at
1-847-716-3005.

Former Students

There are two ways to receive general information pertaining to your prior enrollment history:

  1. Official transcripts are available here. Chatham University charges $10.00 per parer transcription and $5.00 per electronic transcript.  
  2. DegreeVerify through the National Student Clearinghouse here. Through this service you will be able to obtain instant online verification of college degrees or attendance. The charge is $14.95.

If you are in need of specific verification information for professional licensure or certification, please contact the appropriate department.

Current Students

General enrollment information is available via an enrollment verification certificate through the self-service portal on myChatham. Student Self-Service saves you a trip to the University Registrar's Office by providing you with the ability to perform the following services securely via the Web, 24/7:

  • Print enrollment verification certificates to send to organizations requiring proof of your enrollment
  • Check the deferment forms and electronic notifications sent to your lenders
  • Obtain a list of your student loan lenders
  • View your enrollment history
  • View enrollment verifications provided to student service providers at your request

Student Self-Service is easy to use and secure. You can try it for yourself right now by logging onto myChatham and selecting the Student Self-Service Enrollment Verification button. Student Self-Service is provided through the National Student Clearinghouse, a nonprofit organization serving the higher education community. As a result of this service, we will no longer be filling out forms or issuing letters.

The Replacement Diploma bears the graduate's name as it is listed on the student's official record, the student's graduation date and degree, is 8 ½ by 11 inches in size, and bears the same signatures that appear on diplomas for current graduates. There is a $25 fee for a replacement diploma, and it will be mailed to the current address that is written on the form. Normal processing time for replacement diplomas is 30 days; please allow for more time during peak periods.  

The Replacement Diploma Order Form can be found here.

The purpose of cross college and university registration is to provide opportunities for enriched educational programs by permitting students at any of the Pittsburgh Counsil on Higher Education (PCHE) institutions to take courses at any other PCHE institution. The opportunity to cross register is open to each full-time graduate and undergraduate student enrolled in a PCHE college or university. Part-time students are normally not permitted to cross register.

What are the benefits?

  • No additional tuition charge; however students must pay special course or laboratory fees to the host institution.
  • Full credit and grade are transferred to the home institution.
  • There is a broader range of course offerings to choose from.

What are the guidelines?

  • Enrollment is limited to no more than one course per term/semester.
  • Students advisor or dean must assure course eligibility.
  • Students may not cross register for classes at a PCHE institution in which they are already enrolled as a student.
  • Academic rules and regulations of the host institution prevail.
  • Students do not acquire status at the host institution but have library and bookstore privileges.
  • Permission is required to add or to drop a course after the home and host institutions' deadlines.
  • Students enrolled in approved joint co-op programs between two PCHE institutions are exempt from the requirement of being full-time at either school.
  • Cross-registration applies to only fall or spring terms.
  • For many students it is not advisable to cross register for any class in the last term before graduation.

Download the PCHE Cross-Registration Form (pdf)

Are you seeing an error message or unable to view the PDF form? Click here to view troubleshooting instructions for the PCHE Cross-Registration form. If you still encounter issues opening the form please contact the Chatham HelpDesk or call 412-365-1112.

Participating Institutions

To view Chatham's course schedule, please select the appropriate schedule from the links below.

Course Schedule (Current Chatham Students)

Course Schedule (Non-Chatham Students)