The Office of the Registrar has managed to avoid fee increases since 2009, despite significant University-wide budget cutbacks. At this time, however, we are no longer able to support operational expenses on our existing fund sources and must implement a new rate structure.
The new rates are effective May 1, 2014 and are as follows:
Official Transcripts - $17 per copy Verifications - $17 per copy Course Descriptions - $17 per course description
The University Registrar does everything possible to keep fees to a minimum. They are still nationally competitive, and in many cases lower than at other institutions of higher education.
Wednesday, April 16, noon: Graduate students—last day to submit a spring quarter approved petition for part-time study to Graduate Division (120 Aldrich Hall).
Friday, April 18, 4 p.m.: Undergraduate students—last day to submit a spring approved petition for part-time study to the Registrar (215 Aldrich Hall).
Friday, April 18, 4 p.m.: Final deadline for paying fees and enrolling late for spring quarter. Student status is lost if fees not paid and/or enrolled in zero units. Readmission required to attend a future quarter.
Friday, April 18, 5 p.m.: Last day to add a class.
Friday, June 6, 5 p.m.: Begin submitting final grades for Spring 2014 via WebGrades.
Thursday, June 19, 5 p.m.: Deadline to submit final grades for Spring 2014 via WebGrades.
Who We Are:
Registrar (rej • ə • strär) noun
an official in a college or university who is responsible for maintaining student records, issuing reports of grades, distributing official publications, etc.
The University Registrar aims to provide academic support services in an atmosphere of prompt, accurate, and friendly service to the campus community.