fredonia.edu : Registrar

Office of the Registrar


OFFICE HOURS

Monday - Friday

8:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. 

 

Dates and Deadlines

3/16-3/20 - No Classes - Spring Break

3/25 - Mid Semester Grades Due

3/26 - Mid Semester Grades Available to Students

3/27 - Graduate Registration for Fall 2015 Begins

 3/30 - 4/3 - Advising Week

News

  • Academic Advising for Fall 2015 registration begins Monday March 30th.  Make sure to schedule an appointment with your advisor.
  • Registration for Fall 2015:

Graduate Students begin Friday, March 27

Seniors begin Tuesday, April 7

Juniors begin Thursday, April 9

Sophomores begin Monday April 13

Freshmen begin Wednesday April 15

  • New Course Withdrawal Procedures:

    Beginning Spring 2015, the student course withdrawal form will now require the signature of the course instructor in addition to the academic advisor.  All course withdrawals will be processed by the deadline as established by the Registrar’s Office. For the Spring 2015 semester, course withdrawals begin on Wednesday, January 28 and must be processed in the Registrar’s Office no later than Friday, April 3.

    Until now, course withdrawal forms only needed the advisor’s signature. It is the hope that this procedural change will encourage meaningful conversation between the student, advisor, and instructor. Students who do not feel comfortable or cannot obtain the signature of the instructor may seek the signature of the Instructor’s Department Chairperson. However, this action is only for extenuating circumstances and students are encouraged to seek the instructor's signature when possible.

    New Withdrawal forms have been produced and are available in the Registrar’s Office.  Old Withdrawal forms still in circulation may be utilized, but both signatures will need to be included on the form.


  

Mission Statement

The Registrar’s Office is dedicated to providing professional, efficient and courteous service to meet the needs of all those it serves. Requests are addressed in a timely fashion with adherence to academic policy, both SUNY and University, while ensuring the privacy and security of student records.
As a service oriented office, its primary functions include:
  •  Assisting students and faculty with the registration process
  •  Developing course offerings in coordination with academic departments and deans
  • Processing grades and determining student status
  •  Providing enrollment and degree verification services
  •  Maintaining custodianship of student records
  • Providing and distributing academic transcripts for students and alumni
  •  Incorporating the use of technology to enhance our services
  •   Providing degree audit, degree conferral and diploma distribution
  •  Sustaining a rapport with the campus community for effective coordination of services
                  

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