What is a registrar?
A registrar is the administrator at a college or university that is responsible for maintaining student records. He or she will assist students with requests such as registering for classes or obtaining transcripts. They also schedule classes for the institution and keep permanent records of course grades and class lists.
The left and right menus will have important links that you may need throughout your college education, and perhaps even after you have left the University.
If you have additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact the office directly.
The LionPATH system is an electronic gateway for students to access their academic record. A wealth of information and capabilities, including registration, grades, degree audits, transcripts, and enrollment verifications are presented to the student. This service provides opportunity for interactive inquiry to assist students in formulating informed decisions regarding academic planning.
- Office of the University Registrar
The Registrar's office home page provides a broad array of information related to enrollment, courses, programs, and various academic issues such as declaration of major and change of location. This is also an alternate source for current Schedule of Courses information and the semester Academic Calendars.
- Academic Program Bulletins
The various program bulletins of the University are published at this site. Included are associate degree programs, baccalaureate degree programs, and graduate degree programs.
- Student Policies and Rules
- Academic Administrative Policies and Procedures Manual