Frequently Asked Questions
- Where do I request a transcript?
Transcripts can be requested through student’s LOCUS account. The office of Registration and Records handles all requests and questions regarding transcripts.
- Where do I go to pick up the transcript I ordered?
Transcripts can be picked up at the Student Services desk, located on the first floor lobby of the Corboy Law Center.
- How do I request a letter of good standing, certificate of dean, etc…?
Students can fill out a request form in the Registrar’s office (Room 1203). If they are unable to come into the office they can email a request to email@example.com. Requests include: letter of good standing, rank, dual degree, LSAT score, class schedule, proof of enrollment, etc…
- How do I submit a certificate of Dean to sit for the Bar Exam?
If a student would like a certificate of Dean for any other state, they must submit the appropriate form to the Law Registrar’s office.
- Where can I find my exam number if I forgot it?
Students can look up their exam number on their class schedule through LOCUS. The Registrar’s office also has a list of exam numbers.
- How long after the end of the semester are grades posted?
Grades are usually submitted approximately 2 – 3 weeks after the final exam period.
- How can I find my class rank?
Class ranks are run at the end of the Fall and Spring semesters. Ranks are not run until all grades are submitted and final. Students will be notified via email when ranks are being run and will receive another email with their rank included for the term. Class ranks cannot be given over the phone.
- Where do I go to find information about graduation and the commencement ceremony?
Students must also visit luc.edu/commencement to register to attend the ceremony.
- How can I get a copy of my class schedule?
Students may obtain a current copy of their class schedule using LOCUS. Students should review their schedule carefully and report any incomplete or inaccurate information to the Law Registrar Office.
- Can I acquire access to my LSAT score, application or personal essay?
All permanent student academic records of Loyola University Chicago are the responsibility of the Office of Registration and Records. Each student record contains cumulative class and grade history, including majors, minors and degrees conferred. Law students may inspect their records in the Law Registrar Office upon submission of identification.