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The Office of the Registrar provides academic and enrollment services for School of Law students, alumni, faculty and staff.

The office manages all student records, oversees registration, processes grades, verifies enrollment and administers the exam period. Additionally, the registrar counsels students regarding degree requirements, prepare certification forms for state bar exams and coordinate the School of Law commencement activities.

Transcript Requests

You may request your SLU transcript in one of two ways:

  1. Transcript Request Form – you can drop off in person, mail, fax, or e-mail the the scanned document to the School of Law's Registrar's Office. Normally, transcript requests submitted to the School of Law Registrar's Office are processed within 24 hours.
  2. Banner Self-Service- once logged in, select Student; select Student Records; select Request a Transcript. This request is submitted to the University Registrar's office. These requests are normally processed within two days.

There is no fee for University transcripts. Transcript requests are limited to five per day.

Enrollment Verification and Letters of Good Standing
You may request enrollment verifications and letters of good standing using the Letter Request Form. Loan deferment forms will also be processed free of charge. See our Enrollment Status Classifications for more information. Requests are generally processed in the order received and may take up to two business days to be completed. Consequently, requests should be submitted well in advance of any pending due dates.
Enrollment Status Classification


Fall & Spring Terms Full-Time *Three-Quarters Time Half-Time Less Than Half-Time
J.D. Program 12 - 16 credits 9 - 11 credits 6 - 11 credits 5 credits or less
LL.M. Program 12 - 16 credits N/A N/A N/A


Summer Term Full-Time *Three-Quarters Time Half-Time Less Than Half-Time
J.D. Program 6 - 7 credits 5 credits 3 - 5 credits 2 credits or less
LL.M. Program 6 - 7 credits N/A N/A N/A

 *The three-quarter enrollment status is used only for Veterans Affairs benefits.

National Clearinghouse

The Registrar's Office reports enrollment status information for all students enrolled in Law School courses electronically to the National Student Clearinghouse. Consequently, most lenders will be notified of students' enrollment statuses and will update their records accordingly. Students whose lenders do not participate in the clearinghouse, or those who need enrollment verifications for other purposes, such as rental agreements, may obtain them free of charge.

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