Registrar rightMission Statement of the Office of the Registrar at Unification Theological Seminary

The Office of the Registrar supports the mission of Unification Theological Seminary by providing students, alumni, faculty and staff with academic information and services that

  1. Are timely, accurate and dependable;
  2. Support the teaching and learning activities of the institution; and
  3. Ensure compliance with federal, state, accrediting agencies and institutional policies;
  4. Uphold the academic integrity of the institution. 

 

Office Hours: (during the term)

New York City Main Campus

- Mon 12 noon - 8 pm,  Tue  9 am - 8 pm, Wed  9 am - 4 pm


Barrytown Campus

- Thu & Fri 11am - 4 pm


During breaks please call for availability

Contact the registrar:

New York City Main Campus

Phone: (212) 563-6647 x 103 Fax: (212) 563-6431


Barrytown Campus

Phone: (845) 752-3000 x225 Fax: (845) 752-3014


E-mail: registrar@uts.edu

Services

UTS maintains records concerning vocational interests and academic accomplishments of its students. The school recognizes the student’s right of privacy and maintains a policy of confidentiality regarding the information as part of the student’s permanent record. A copy of the official privacy policy is available upon request from the Registrar.

Official transcripts are issued through Parchment, a recognized online credential service, in either digital or paper format. Unofficial transcripts for current students and recent alumni can be obtained through Populi, the UTS Online Information System.

Official transcripts are available at a cost of $10.00 each. Additional special mail or delivery charges (e.g. Express Mail) will be added to the final cost.

To request your official transcripts, please click here.

Note: Available to UTS Grads prior to 1986.

We have good news for all alumni out there who graduated before we got our accreditation from New York State (1986).

It has taken some time to reach an agreement with the State Education Department about the conferral of degrees on students in your situation. At this point, the SED has approved awarding transfer credit "as merited and appropriate" for the course work you did previously at the Seminary and apply them to a Master's Degree. However, you must complete all current degree requirements which are quite different now from when you were at Barrytown. By now you will know that UTS changed from the trimester to the semester system in Fall 2006. As a result of this change it has become easier for you to receive an accredited Master degree. The most recent evaluations for the Master of Religious Education showed that students needed between zero and three courses. Evaluations for the Master of Divinity degree, though, showed that most students needed course work equivalent to about one year of studies. However, previous MDiv graduates are able to apply for an MRE degree and most required zero course work for the MRE degree. UTS has expanded its online offerings, and there is a high chance that you do not need to come to campus to take any missing courses. In order to determine how much or little work you have to do in order to get your degree, send a request to the Registrar (registrar@uts.edu) - with your signature - for an evaluation. Include your current address, and make sure you include the name under which you attended UTS. If you requested an evaluation prior to Fall 2006, you may want to re-apply. You could be pleasantly surprised.

Mail or fax a signed request form with your current address to the Registrar's Office. There is no charge for this service.

Download: Request For Certification