• Office of the Registrar

  • Get Advised

    Advising provides you with guidance from the moment you step foot on campus to the day you graduate. Log into your My LaGuardia account to meet your advising team. All students with less than 30 credits must seek advisement before registering for classes.

    Enrolled in First Year Seminar? Your professor will advise you during your first semester.

  • Paying Your Bill

    View your total due and your payment due date on CUNYfirst. If you have a remaining balance, find out more about payment options. Be sure to pay your bill on time to avoid losing your courses and having to re-register.

    Need help? Visit the Financial Aid Resource Center in Room C-109 or Ask LaGuardia.

  • ePermit

    Can’t find the right course or your course is closed? Take classes at other CUNY colleges with credits that transfer back.

    Are you Eligible?

    • You must have a 2.0 cumulative grade point average or higher.
    • You must currently be enrolled and in attendance at LaGuardia Community College. New students are not eligible to take a course on permit.
    • The course must transfer back toward your LaGuardia degree. Please include both the host college course(s) and home equivalent course(s) on application.
    • Note: You cannot elect to take course(s) for "Pass/Fail" or "Credit/No Credit" at the host college. A letter grade (A, A-, B+, etc.) must be awarded.
    • You may not exceed 18 credits for Session I and 6 credits for Session II. This includes courses on permit and courses registered at LaGuardia.
    • You may only take the course for which you have received permission.
    • If your request is denied, you will be notified electronically of the reason for the denial.
    • You must have no stops (negative service indicators) on your record.
    • Non-degree students are not eligible to take a course on permit.
    • All grades of courses taken on permit will be posted to your record and computed into your overall grade point average. Students receiving a failing grade (WU, F) for a course taken on permit will not benefit from the CUNY F-grade policy.

    How to Apply

    1. Log into your CUNYfirst account.
    2. Navigate to Student Center > Self-Service > Other Academic
    3. Select Epermit option and the appropriate term from the drop-down menu. A separate permit should be created for each course.
    4. Select Add Epermit with equivalent courses only. Select the subject and the desired course.
    5. Click the Fetch Equivalent CUNY courses button. Select the course corresponding to the desired host college for ePermit request.
    6. Click Epermit Form on the bottom of the page to continue. Enter Permit type, indicate session and then submit. For Fall Session II (winter) permits, select the Fall term and check the Winter box. For Spring Session II (summer) permits, select the Spring term and check the Summer box.

    Check ePermit status

    To check the status of requested ePermits or to cancel an ePermit request, follow these steps:
    1. Log into your CUNYfirst account.
    2. Navigate to Student Center > Self-Service > Other Academic
    3. Select the Search Epermit option from the drop-down menu.
      • All ePermits applied for are listed Initiated. Once approved, they will be listed as Approved. If rejected they will be listed as Denied.
      • To cancel an ePermit request, find the course you wish to cancel and click the Cancel ePermit option.

  • Ordering Transcripts

    Current and former students may request unofficial student copies or official copies. We cannot issue official copies to students; they are sent directly to colleges and employers. Unofficial copies are for your own records and can printed within your CUNYfirst account.

    Transcript requests from the University Application Processing Center (UAPC) are only accepted in person.   

    Privacy of Student Records (FERPA)

    For questions or inquiries regarding your transcript request, please email us at transcriptinquiry@lagcc.cuny.edu with your full name, EMPL ID, and date of birth. If you placed your order online, please include your order number in the email.

    Order Online

    Order transcripts online.

    Credentials Solutions will send you an email to confirm your order. No official transcripts — only copies — will be sent to a student's home address.

    If you have any issues with your online order, call Credentials Solutions at 847-716-3005, Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m.–9 p.m. EST and Fridays, 8 a.m.–7:30 p.m. EST.

    Check status of your order.

    Order By Mail

    Print and fill out the Transcript Request Form for each transcript recipient. If you attended LaGuardia under a different name, please include both names.

    Include a check or money order made out to LaGuardia Community College for the total number of transcripts ($7.00 each). Transcripts sent to colleges in the CUNY system are free. Cash is not accepted.

    Mail form(s) and payment to:
    Office of the Registrar, C-107
    LaGuardia Community College
    31-10 Thomson Avenue
    Long Island City, NY 11101

    Order In Person

    1. 1. Visit the Bursar's payment window in the C-Building (29-10 Thompson Avenue), Room C-110. Pay for all transcript copies first. ( See Bursar hours.)
      • Transcripts are $7.00 each, except copies sent to colleges in the CUNY system or the University Application Processing Center (UAPC), which are free.
      • We accept cash, check or money orders (payable to LaGuardia Community College).
      • If the window is closed, the Registrar will accept transcript payments by check or money order only (no cash).
    2. 2. Fill out a Transcript Request Form or pick one up at the Registrar’s Process & Pickup Desk in Room C-107. Present a transcript payment receipt and a valid photo ID to the Registrar staff. Complete a form for each transcript recipient.
    3. 3. Hand in completed forms to Registrar staff. Requests are usually filled while you wait, but there may be a 1-2 hour wait during busy periods.

    Please note: Official transcripts are not issued directly to students unless documentation is shown to Registrar staff (i.e. employment or education application) that allows hand delivery of the transcript by the applicant. Official transcripts will then be provided in a sealed envelope. Official transcript requests that are to be sent directly to recipients will be processed in the order received and are mailed to the request or within five to seven business days from the date submitted.

  • Mission Statement

      The mission of the Office of the Registrar is to house, maintain, and protect the confidentiality of student academic record, to provide the college with accurate academic information and support services, to monitor the implementation of and adhere to College’s, and CUNY’s policies, and to comply with all Federal and State regulations pertaining to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 and the rights of students.


    1. Maintain and manage registration, build semester course schedules, and student official academic records, with appropriate sensitivity to privacy and confidentiality, in compliance to the laws and regulations governing these records.
    2. Provide administrative support to students as they work towards degree completion as well as certify them for graduation in a timely manner.
    3. Assist the Academic Standing Committee, Financial Aid, and Advising by gathering data about students failing to meet the satisfactory academic progress.

      When it’s time to register for classes, count on the Office of the Registrar to get you signed up. We make sure you can easily access your class schedule and academic records. .