The Registrar's office assists students with all matters pertaining to their academic record. This includes transcripts, degree audit reports, grades, class registration, directory information and diplomas.
Registration is the process of enrolling in courses for a term and making adjustments (adding, dropping, withdrawing, changing grading method, etc.) to your schedule.
Find out what different grades mean, calculate your GPA, get information on Academic Forgiveness, and other grade related information.
Transcripts and verifications are documents that can be used to verify your enrollment history and/or completion of your degree requirements.
Tuition rates are based upon your residency status. A Minnesota resident pays a certain amount for tuition, while a non-Minnesota resident pays a different amount.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords students certain rights with respect to their education records. Regarding FERPA, our University policy aligns itself closely with Federal, State, and system guidelines and procedures.