Ms. Christina McGrath, Interim Assistant Vice President for Enrollment & Operational Services
Dr. Gene Fein, Interim Assistant Vice President for Academic Records & Services
Thebaud Hall, 1st Floor
The Office of Enrollment Services is a division of the Fordham University Enrollment Group. The staff of Enrollment Services is available to assist students with the following: process tuition payments; make payment arrangements; file financial aid forms; general financial counseling; process enrollment certification and transcript requests; as well as, assist with the other services the Enrollment Group provides.
The Office of Academic Records is a member of the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers, and follows the guidelines and standards set by that organization. Fordham University also follows the regulations set forth by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, concerning the access to, and release of, student information. The Office of Academic Records provides academic certifications and transcripts, upon formal request by the student. Requests can be made in person, in writing, or by filling out the online transcript request feature (via e-signature security) through the My.Fordham portal (http://my.fordham.edu). Official transcripts and certifications (those bearing the University seal) are sent directly to institutions concerned, or provided to the student in a sealed envelope which must remain unopened and may be forwarded to another institution.
Processing of transcript requests take approximately 3-5 business days due to the volume of requests received. Students may also perform a variety of functions online through My.Fordham. The many services that the system(s) provide include access to: grades; schedule of classes; registration for courses; updates to personal data and making payments. For additional information, please visit the Enrollment Services webpage and check the FAQ page on the Fordham University website. There is a large amount of information available to you. If you cannot find the answer to your question, you may submit a question to the Enrollment group.
Updated on August 2012.