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Office of the Registrar
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The Registrar’s Office is home to the university’s academic records. The registrar maintains student academic progress from the moment they step on campus. If a student has questions about course enrollment, grades, academic status, transfer credits, or graduation readiness, they should make an appointment.
The Registrar’s staff is responsible for the following: execution of all course registrations (on-campus, online, cross-consortium); classroom and meeting reservations; transfer credit processing; verification of articulation agreements with other universities and programs; undergraduate readmissions; transcript and diploma issuance; and maintenance of the academic calendar.
All Office of the Registrar forms are in Adobe eSign. Instructions: Adobe eSign (formerly EchoSign) services Undergraduate Continuous Enrollment Authorization Form (Adobe eSign) Independent Study Form (Adobe eSign) Major Selection / Change Form (Adobe eSign) Current Advisor New Advisor Course Waiver / Substitution Form (Adobe...
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) is the federal law that governs the rights of students and an institution's responsibilities with respect to student records. If you have questions regarding the information on this page, please contact us. FERPA applies to...
for the Summer 2021 semester for currently enrolled students starts on March 24, 2021. for the Fall 2021 semester for currently enrolled students starts on April 19, 2021. for Spring 2022 semester for currently enrolled students starts on November 8, 2021
The printed Schedule of Classes is available at the Registrar's Office. An online version is also available through Bison. Bison Web Portal Through BISON, current students can access information about class schedules, financial aid, account balances, course catalog descriptions, and much more. For access information,...
Class Schedule Catalogs Course Numbers and Symbols Course Registration Undergraduate - Academic Standards and Policies Graduate - Academic Standards Undergraduate Student - GPA Calculation Guide(Coming later) Graduate Student - GPA Calculation Guide (Coming later) Forms - Registrar's Office Academic Calendar Undergraduate Students Graduate Students Withdrawal...
Chosen Name -- Students who have not completed a legal name change may request to have a "chosen name" used. A Change of Name form must be submitted to the Registrar's Office. GTS then will be informed to update email addresses to reflect the chosen...
Maintain and preserve all university student academic records. Maintain and update current and continuing student records with all aspects toward degree completion and award. Maintains liaison with other units/departments within the University. Advises the Provost on all matters relating to the operation and concerns of...
A list of office forms is online. Students may submit to the Registrar's Office a signed request for certification/verification of enrollment status for the current active term/semester or summer session, the most current academic year, or a full enrollment history. Instructions and printable PDF forms...
Check out graduate and undergraduate specific leave of absence information and withdrawal information below.
Gallaudet University Is Committed To America's Veterans and Has A Long History Of Serving Them Each academic year it is important to check on the U.S. Veteran's Affairs web link - http://www.gibill.va.gov/ to see which major programs of study are approved by the VA and...
Room reservations can be made for any special events such as workshops, presentations, performances, study tables, etc. Please reserve a room 48 hours before your event date during business days. For outside organizations to reserve a room on the Gallaudet campus, please contact Davina Kwong...
Any student who withdraws from or is discontinued from the University for any reason must reapply for readmission. When all required documents have been received, your academic, student life, and student account records will be reviewed. You will be informed in writing of the readmission...
Courses offered in the University are numbered as follows: Below 100 are non-degree courses. 100 through 199 are primarily freshman courses. 200 through 299 are primarily sophomore courses. 300 through 499 are primarily junior and senior courses. 500 through 599 are designed for both upper-division...
Undergraduate Students Approved Leave of Absence from the University Leave of absence (LOA) for up to three consecutive semesters is granted to students (U.S. citizens only) who are with Good Academic Standing (cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better) and who wish to suspend their undergraduate...
Gallaudet University accepts college-level credits from postsecondary schools (both US and International). You must have completed your secondary school education or GED, and should have subsequently enrolled at a college or university as a degree-seeking student to be considered for transfer admission. This also applies...
Gallaudet follows the requirements of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, also known as the Buckley Amendment, regarding student records. Under this act, all official student records are considered confidential. The act applies to records of anyone who is enrolled as a...
At the end of each semester, continuing students have the opportunity to pre-register for courses for the following semester. Priority is normally given to students who have higher class status. At the beginning of each semester, all students must complete business registration. Once business registration...
Please refer to this document for the most updated information on the guidelines and the timetable.
Guide for how to request transcripts from the registrar's office.
Congratulations! Just a few more steps to graduate! As you prepare to graduate, please make sure to complete all your academic and financial obligations. Students apply to graduate through Bison Students log into Bison http://bison.gallaudet.edu/ Click on the "Classic" icon Click on "Self-Service" under the...
Gallaudet University participates in the Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metro Area (CUWMA), the Consortium of Online Colleges and Universities (OCICU), UFSI - Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina in Brazil* as a Consortium cross registration and study abroad exchange program. *Special application process and...
Check out our academic calendars below.
If current students and their advisors determine they are eligible for graduation, they should submit their graduation application via the student portal in BISON. Please visit Graduation for more information.
For legal name changes, a Social Security card authority name change is required for U.S. citizens, and for international students, a certified copy of the legal document authorizing the name change is required. Current students submit their name change request via eSign, please refer to the Forms page under Personal Information Update. Alumni can contact us at the Registrar’s Office. See here for more information on the name change policy.
Gallaudet University has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide current enrollment and degree verifications and certifications.
Please click here for more information.
Current and former students may also request Registrar’s Office official business letterhead and university sealed certifications at the Registrar’s Office web link. OPEN the Student Enrollment Verification Processes – Student Guide
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