NDSU Distance & Continuing Education (DCE)

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K-12 Professionals


Individuals are encouraged to review their unofficial transcript (instructions below) to ensure all grades are posted prior to ordering an official transcript. Please allow 2 - 3 weeks once you have submitted your course work to the instructor for grades to be posted to your transcript.

As of 5/17/17: NDSU's K-12 professional development class number changed from 600 to 2000 (ex. EDUC 2000). Courses listed on your transcript before this date will be listed as (EDUC) 600, after that date they will be listed as (EDUC) 2000.


Official Transcript Request & Ordering Instructions

K-12 teachers, counselors, or administrators who need an official copy of their transcript should order through Parchment (secured site through the Parchment Inc.).


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(Please note, these instructions will be updated shortly. The Parchment ordering service is pretty user friendly but if you have questions, contact the .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).)



Unofficial Transcript Ordering Instructions

Before you begin, be sure to allow pop up windows for the Campus Connection webpage, otherwise you will not be able to view your transcript. 


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If you have never logged into the North Dakota University System (NDUS) Campus Connection system before, you need to claim your NDUS account to set up your User ID & Password. To claim your NDUS account you need your Student ID (also known as EMPLID), which should have been sent in an e-mail or by postal mail from the North Dakota University System after registering for your first class. 

If you do not remember your password, you can reset your password using the instructions on this page but you will need to know your User ID.  The normal format for your User ID is firstname.lastname .


Need assistance?

For immediate assistance, please contact the North Dakota University System help desk by phone at 1-866-457-6387 or by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) at the NDUS Helpdesk.