As an integral part of the Enrollment Services Division, the Office of the Registrar contributes to the pursuit of division-wide goals and student success.
Student and Academic Records
1. The Office of the Registrar ensures that student information, academic records, the academic calendar, and the catalog are maintained through documented processes that promote accuracy and integrity.
2. When changes to student or academic records are warranted, the Office will efficiently implement these changes and maintain documentation that rationalizes the updates; these types of updates can include (but are not limited to) grade corrections, appeal processing, grade forgiveness, and changes of student programs.
3. The Office verifies that information on graduation clearance is accurate; as part of the graduation processing effort, the Office of the Registrar also provides graduates with diplomas.
4. The Office ensures that student and academic records are available for faculty, staff, and students in a manner that is consistent with their legitimate academic interests and supportive of their needs.
5. The Office maintains documentation associated with specific changes to the student programmatic and academic record.
Policies and Regulations
1. Through established, written procedures, the Office of the Registrar implements curriculum decisions made by the Division of Academic Affairs.
2. The Office of the Registrar ensures that student information is released in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
3. The Office of the Registrar reviews student athlete enrollment records to ensure compliance with NCAA regulations and bylaws.
4. When warranted, and in conjunction with the One Stop Enrollment Center, the Office of the Registrar approves and processes appeals associated with enrollment policies, regulations, and procedures.
1. The Office of the Registrar produces transcripts, enrollment verifications, and degree certifications.
2. The Office of the Registrar processes applications for Transient, Certificate, and Non-Degree Seeking Students.
3. The Office of the Registrar reviews applications and documentation associated with residency reclassification; when conditions warrant, the Office of the Registrar makes changes to students’ residency classifications.
4. Through management of the student information system, the Office of the Registrar ensures that student classifications and registration appointment dates are accurate.