The general mission of the Office of the Registrar is to support the University as it provides access and opportunity to students and programs in instruction, research, and outreach. In particular, the Office of the Registrar’s mission is to facilitate the University’s instructional processes by assisting students, alumni, faculty, and staff. The Office of the Registrar will accomplish its mission through an effort that cultivates an office culture characterized by excellence, efficiency, and effectiveness. The Office of the Registrar will strive to implement best practices of the profession. The Office of the Registrar will also promote communication of policies and practices within the Office and among the campus community.
Apply online via myState for December 2016 degree - $50 fee
Labor Day Holiday - no classes scheduled
Deadline for undergraduate students receiving incomplete grades in a previous semester to submit the coursework.
First progress grade reporting deadline
Mid-point of semester & Last day to drop a course with a "W" grade (36th class day) 5:00 p.m
Fall Break – no classes scheduled (subject to change)
Last day to apply for December 2016 degree via myState - $50 fee
Late December 2016 degree application via myState - $50 fee plus $100 late fee
Faculty advising for pre-registration
Second progress grade reporting deadline (end of week 10)
Pre-registration period for spring semester
Last day to withdraw from University (ten days of classes remaining)
Progress grade reporting closes
Thanksgiving holiday – no classes scheduled
A welcoming and encouraging service oriented environment to all;
Accurate and timely processes related to course offerings, registration, academic records, certifications, transcript requests, athletic certification, class schedule development, and degree clearance;
Support for UCCC and the Early Start program; guidance and counsel to the University regarding academic policies and procedures;
Security and privacy for the University’s academic records, providing guidance for faculty and staff on the proper use and dissemination of academic records;
Leadership in technological development as related to student administrative systems and services.