Former Students and Alumni
Welcome former students and alumni! The following Registrar services are available:
A lost or damaged diploma will be replaced for a $50 fee when you submit a notarized Diploma Reorder Request. See the form for additional details and requirements.
A replacement diploma is not the same as an original. A replacement diploma is printed with the original graduation date, but with current signatures and noted as a replacement.
This service is only available to former students who attended since 1990.
An enrollment verification is an official document provided by the Registrar verifying dates of attendance, and student status by term. It is typically requested for health insurance, employment and credit verification purposes. No grades or graduation information is provided on an enrollment verification.
All enrollment verifications are mailed to the former student/alumni for you to provide to the third party. There is no fee for this service; allow 3-5 days processing time. Enrollment Verifications cannot be produced for anyone whose record has been put on hold for an outstanding University obligation.
Please complete the Enrollment Verification for Former Students form and mail or fax to:
Your name of record is the name listed in the Monmouth University Student Information System.
Former Students and alumni who are reappying to Monmouth University and would like to change their name of record must mail a notarized Name Change Certificate along with photocopies of the required forms of ID to the Registrar. The required ID must include:
- Valid (non-expired) government issued photo ID with the new name;
- Another form of valid ID;
- Proof of old name (credit card, MU ID card, marriage certificate, bank statement, etc.)
Should the name change be as a result of a divorce, include a copy of the appropriate section of the divorce decree authorizing the name change, and a copy of the birth certificate.
A transcript is an official record of a student’s entire academic record at Monmouth University. It reflects all coursework, graduation requirements and grades, in term order. Transfer credits accepted by Monmouth University are not displayed as individual courses.
Other information on the transcript includes: *
- Name as it appears in the Monmouth University Student Information System;
- Major (if currently enrolled);
- Degree/Certificate Program;
- Degree/Certificate conferral date (if applicable);
- Honors earned;
- Credits earned
There is no fee for this service. Transcripts cannot be produced for anyone whose record has been put on hold for an outstanding University obligation.
* For students attending since 1990.
Ordering a Transcript
To order a transcript, mail or fax a copy of the Transcript Request form to:
Please allow five business days to process the request, with extra time during the beginning and end of the semester.
If I don’t remember my student ID#, what should I do?
Please list the last three digits of your social security number as well as any other name(s) you have had.
Why can’t I order a transcript by phone or e-mail?
In accordance with University policy as well as with federal privacy laws, your signature is required for release of your academic transcript.
How long does it take to obtain a transcript?
The Registrar’s Office requires an average of five business days to process a request. This does not account for mailing and delivery time. During University peak times at the beginning and end of each semester, please allow additional time for processing your request.
Can I have my transcript faxed?
No. Transcripts are printed on secure paper which when faxed, obscure the academic information.
Can I obtain an official transcript?
Yes. You may request and receive an official transcript, however, they are normally provided to third parties because once opened they are no longer considered official.
Can I obtain an unofficial transcript?
No. Unofficial copies are not available. However, currently enrolled students may view a copy of your academic audit via their WEBstudent account.
If you have already graduated, you will no longer be able to access your Academic Audit. Academic Audits are only provided to currently enrolled students.
Starting fall 2009, final Degree Audits were e-mailed to all graduating students.
If you need information not included on your official transcript, such as courses applied to the program and major G.P.A., please contact your academic department directly.