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Office of the Registrar

Mission of the Registrar's Office

The mission of the Office of the Registrar is to support Martin University’s core values and mission by serving as the “office of academic records”.  The Registrar is dedicated to implementing and enforcing institutional, professional, and legal standards and regulations related to academic records in a fair, honest, and consistent manner.  The Registrar's office is located on the first floor of the main academic building in the Department of Student Services. 


For all official transcript requests please visit to request a transcript be delivered electronically by email. The charge through Parchment is $10 ,payable by credit or debit card. Please allow 48 business hours for the processing of the transcript order.


Students wanting a paper copy of their official transcript can order by contacting the Registrar for an appointment at Paper requests are $20, and take up to 72 hours to be processed. 

Unofficial transcripts can be ordered by scheduling an appointment with the registrar by emailing


Consortium for Urban Education (CUE)

Martin University is a member of the Consortium for Urban Education (CUE).  As a member of CUE, Martin University students may enroll at other member institutions, taking one class per semester, if the student must complete a course that is not being offered at Martin University.

Summer & Fall 2024 Registration 

Registration for the Summer and Fall 2024 terms are now open to new and currently enrolled students. Contact a member of the Advising Team to register at Current Students can visit the student portal to access their schedule, view course listings, and keep track of their degree audit. Taking the time to look over these resources will help you know what classes you need to take and what day and time they are offered.


Martin University

2186 North Sherman Drive

Indianapolis, IN 46218


For additional information, please email the Registrar at

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)


During the month of May, Martin University holds its commencement exercises. This ceremony officially recognizes all students who have completed academic degree requirements in the Fall, Spring, or Summer semesters of an academic year. Students with 9 hours or less to complete in the summer semester following commencement are permitted to walk in the May commencement.

If you’re expecting to be completing your degree, you must apply to graduate. To be considered to have a completed degree, you must have obtained a minimum of 120 credit hours and have a cumulative grade point average of 2.0. To review your degree audit and ensure all requirements have been met, schedule an appointment with the registrar.

Class of 2024 Commencement
Saturday, May 18, 2024 | 12:00 PM
Father Hardin Gathertorium

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