The Registrar’s Office services a full range of academic needs for students, faculty and alumni/ae as the keeper of academic records:
- Maintains academic records and transcripts of current students and alumni/ae
- Coordinates course registration
- Assigns classrooms
- Performs degree audits
- Provides enrollment and graduation verifications
- Supplies information to government agencies and external organizations
Academic forms available from the Registrar’s Office are posted here for your convenience. Please contact the Registrar with any form-related questions.
Students who wish to add or drop a course must submit a Course Change Record form to the Registrar’s Office. This action can be completed via the Student Portal.
Directed Study Request
Upper-class master’s students may negotiate with full-time faculty to take a Directed Study. A Directed Study will not ordinarily be provided for courses listed in the catalog and will not be approved for introductory work. No more than one Directed Study may be taken in a term. Approval must be secured from the student’s advisor and the Academic Dean. Authorization forms must be submitted to the Registrar’s Office.
Use the links below to submit transcript requests online. There is a fee of $10 per transcript for alumni/ae. Current students may request transcripts at no cost. Please allow 7-10 business days for your request to be fulfilled.
Obtain a Course Change Record form from the Registrar’s Office or the Receptionist. Complete the form, have your advisor sign it and submit it to the Registrar for processing.
All enrollment verifications can be completed through the Financial Aid Office. Fax, e-mail or mail the in-school deferment (ISD) form, and the Director of Financial Aid will return it to the third party, if listed. Send letter requirements to the Director of Financial Aid for completion.
Notify the Registrar, and include your Certificate of Eligibility.