The Office of Student Data & Registrar

To mitigate the spread of COVID-19, staff of the Office of Student Data and Registrar are currently not available for walk-in appointments until further notice.


Please email requests and inquiries to registrar@stthomas.edu or call (651) 962-6700. Our phone lines will still be open during the hours of 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday.

The Office of Student Data & Registrar maintains the integrity of student records, and helps ensure students understand the policies and procedures governing participation in academic coursework at the University of St. Thomas. 

Common Requests - 

 
New Graduates: Transcripts will reflect your degree award date approximately three weeks after the end of the term.

All St. Thomas students (alumni and current students) may order an official transcript through the Parchment St. Thomas Online Storefront.

  • Alumni without access to Murphy Online must order transcripts through Parchment or in-person by submitting the required Transcript Request Form to the Office of Student Data and Registrar.
  • Current students have those same options, but may also request a transcript using Murphy Online.

Students may order either an electronic or paper transcript online. Paper transcripts are available for in-office pickup or can be mailed to the student or an instituition designated by the student.

  • Online orders (paper or electronic) will incur a third-party processing fee of $2.50 per transcript, which is paid directly to Parchment (the e‑transcipt vendor)
    • Students are responsible for any mailing charges for paper transcripts ordered online.
    • Students can select in-office pickup of paper transcripts ordered online. This option incurs the processing fee, but no mailing charges.
    • Likewise, e-transcript orders incur the processing fee but no mailing charges.

  • Paper transcripts ordered in-person using the Transcript Request Form are still provided free of charge.
    • St. Thomas will continue to pay any standard postage costs to mail a paper transcripts ordered in-person.
    • If expedited shipping is desired, a student can order a transcript in-person and take it to the campus post office to mail their transcript.

Official transcripts (if paper) are printed on security paper and bear the university seal (not raised). When official transcripts are provided directly to the student, they are sealed in a university envelope and the transcript is stamped "Issued directly to the student".

Order an official transcript using Murphy Online:

  1. Log in to Murphy Online 
  2. Select Student Services
  3. Select Student Records
  4. Select Request Printed/Official Transcript

Order an unofficial transcript using Murphy Online:

  1. Log in to Murphy Online 
  2. Select Student Services
  3. Select Student Records
  4. Select Academic Transcript
  5. Select the transcript level (Graduate or Undergraduate) and select transcript type (Web Unofficial)

If you have forgotten you username and password, please contact the Tech Desk for assistance.

Transcripts from the University of St. Thomas may be requested or released. Transcripts and documents issued to the University of St. Thomas for admission or credit transfer become the property of the University of St. Thomas and cannot be returned to the student or forwarded to other institutions.  Federal policy permits a student the right to view the documents in his or her academic records. However, the University does not provide (or allow the making of) copies of these documents.

Please note: The Office of Student Data and Registrar does not hold transcript requests for future activity (such as the posting of grades or awarding of degrees). Please submit your transcript request after your grades are posted or degree has been awarded. 

All current St. Thomas students should use the Murphy Online to print off enrollment verification letters.

  1. Log into Murphy Online
  2. Select Student Services
  3. Select Student Records
  4. Select National Student Clearinghouse
  5. To log on to the NSC site, you will need your name, birth date and social security number. 

          If your third party will not accept the NSC enrollment verification letter or if you need information that is not included in the NSC enrollment verification letter, you may submit an Enrollment Verification to the Office of Student Data & Registrar.

          For more information about these requests, please see our page on Enrollment Verification.