It is the Registrar's mission to maintain academic records for all resident CGSC students. To provide guidance for the administration of academic investigations and the processing of academic records and reports. The Registrar maintains official academic records, provides transcript services, manages and implements the Advanced Applications (Electives) program; maintains the student management system, as well as provides CGSS support.
Registrar: Send mail
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Resident Records: Send mail
Transcripts: Send mail
ATRRs Clerk: Send mail
The US Army Command and General Staff College (CGSC) is Accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools as a Master's Degree Granting Institution.
You will not find CGSC courses in the ACE Guide.
If you completed a Course at CGSC, Satellite Campus, TASS or DL and would like to request a resident transcript, please read all the information below and click here to complete the form (CAC required). To ensure your request is not denied or delayed, it is important to pay close attention to policy statements.
Students who attended the 6 or 9-Week CAS3 Course can receive a transcript. Just read the mailing instructions below and access our on-line form (CAC required).
For CGSC, CGSOC, MMAS, SAMS, MHIC and other courses, read the mailing instructions and access the on-line form (CAC required).
Please ensure you provide a numbered street address, building number, or P.O. box as part of the the university address or we will be unable to process your request. Our mailroom has an automated reader that must see a number in the next to the last line of the mailing address or it kicks it back to us. It's also beneficial to include the name of the counselor you've been working with on the first line of the address.
Unless the university has specifically requested transcripts be mailed to the student, transcripts will only be mailed from our office directly to the university or business for job application. If your university had requested we mail the transcript to you, the envelope will be embossed and signed across the seal. The envelope must be hand carried to destinations where receiving institution will open (to maintain official status). Justification for this request must be specified in the comments box in the request form and will be reviewed by the registrar.
A request can be submitted to our Registrar in the comments box on the request form.
You are now ready to fill out the form. Complete the Resident Transcript Request form (CAC required).
For students who do not have a CAC, print this document, fill it in, and mail your request to the Registrar's address below.
The Registrar's Office hours are Monday through Friday 0700-1530 Central Time.
The Registrars Office can be reached by mail at:
Resident Registrar's Office, CGSC
100 Stimson Ave
Fort Leavenworth KS 66027-1352
As a member institution of the Higher Learning Commission, CGSC is fully committed to transparency in reporting student achievement to internal and external stakeholders. The CGSC Student Achievement wewpage reflects enrollments, retention rates, completion rates, and graduate placement rates for CGSC graduate-level programs with authority to grant a masters degree or certificate.
The content of the Course Repository is limited to only those courses that have been
validated by the Office of the Registrar and approved for public release by the
school. Many older courses will not appear in the repository.
However, if you would like to request that a particular course be evaluated and added
to the repository then you can contact the
Office of the Registrar.
Contact Army University for information about privacy and privacy-related requirements
to include Privacy Act system of record notices; DD Form 2930, Privacy Act Assessments;
Office of Management and Budget control numbers required by the Paperwork Reduction
Act of 1995; Privacy Act statements, social security number justification/elimination
plans, and more.
32 CFR Part 505
Army Regulation 25-22
Records Management and Declassification Agency Privacy
Army G-6/CIO Privacy Impact Assessment (.pdf file)
Leader's Guide to Protecting Personally Identifiable Information (.pdf file)
System Owner's Guide to Accreditation and Data Protection (.pdf file)
DOD ID Number and PII Policy
Report possible and confirmed breaches of PII IAW
TRADOC Regulation 1-8.
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links, relates, or is unique to, or describes him or her, for example, a social
security number (SSN); age; military rank; civilian grade; marital status; race;
salary; home/office phone numbers; other demographic, biometric, personnel; medical;
and financial information, etc. Such information is also known as PII (that is,
information which can be used to distinguish or trace and individual’s identity
such their name, SSN, date and place of birth, mother’s maiden name, and biometric
records including any other personal information which is linked or linkable to
a specified individual). This information can be in hard copy (paper copy files)
or electronic format, stored on personal computers, laptops, and personal electronic
devices such as blackberries and found within databases. This includes but is not
limited to, education records, financial transactions, medical files, criminal records,
or employment history.
PII Breach. A loss of control, compromise, unauthorized disclosure,
unauthorized acquisition, unauthorized access, or any similar term referring to
situations where persons other than authorized users and for an other than authorized
purpose have access or potential access to personally identifiable information,
whether physical or electronic. This includes, but is not limited to, posting PII
on public-facing websites; sending via e-mail to unauthorized recipients; providing
hard copies to individuals without a need to know; loss of electronic devices or
media storing PII (for example, laptops, thumb drives, compact discs, etc.); use
by employees for unofficial business; and all other unauthorized access to PII.
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