Understand Important Dates and Deadlines
Know which class you have to take? Looking for a topic that interests you? Either way, this tool can help you find it and tell you when it meets.
The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) protects the privacy of your educational records. Understand how it works for you.
You have required classes you need to take and elective classes you want to take. But, classes fill up fast. Be sure to register nice and early.
You need to update a student record, adjust your tuition, registration, or schedule. There's a form for that and we've got them.
When you apply for a job or admission to a graduate program, they'll need your transcript. Official or unofficial, we can help you get both.
University policies are in place to support students. They range from academic freedom and a student's right to know to how email is used on campus.
It's important to keep your information up-to-date. Use this form to let the Registrar's Office know of a recent name change or if your student information on your record is incorrect or needs updating.
If you’re considering a request for grade forgiveness for a course, you’ll want to review our policies. You must be fully enrolled in the class before making the request, waitlisted classes aren’t eligible.
If you feel that you have an extenuating circumstance that justifies an exception to financial obligations, you may appeal and it will be reviewed by the tuition appeals coordinator.
Complete personal information, sign and date. Also indicate which semesters(s) you need verified. For dates not on form, please contact records at 303.315.2600.
To be used to apply for exception to the 145 College Opportunity Fund (COF) lifetime hours. You may not apply for this waiver until you have less than 25 COF hours remaining.