The Office of the Registrar houses official academic records. The student’s permanent academic record may contain the following:
- Social Security number (partial number since 1980) or numeric identifier
- Chronological summary of Lincoln Memorial University coursework and final grades
- Transfer credits, special credits (SC), and credits by examination (CE)
- Degree earned
- Date(s) degree requirements completed and degree conferred
Instructors report final grades to the Registrar at the end of the course. Students receive their grades electronically through WebAdvisor. Any student wishing to receive a printed copy of his/her grades must submit a written request to the Office of the Registrar before the week of final exams.
To receive due consideration, any challenge regarding the accuracy of a student’s academic record must be submitted in writing by that student to the Registrar within one year of the term in question.
The student may obtain or have forwarded to designated parties copies of his/her academic transcript by submitting a written request to the Office of the Registrar. The University cannot transmit any transcripts electronically. The cost of each transcript is $4.00. The student’s account with the Student Accounts Office must be paid in full and Perkins student loans must be in a current non-defaulted status prior to the release of any official grades, academic transcripts, or access to WebAdvisor.