The mission of the Office of the Registrar is to maintain an accurate academic record for each student who enrolls at I.A.U., and to provide timely, accurate, and responsive services to students, faculty, staff and the public. Our services are provided in-person, by telephone and e-mail, through campus computing and touch-tone enrollment systems, and a variety of notices and publications.
Areas of service to students include academic publications, classroom scheduling, registration and assessment of fees, enrollment in classes, grading and narrative evaluations, certifying degree requirements, issuing official transcripts and diplomas.
Additional services provided to campus faculty, academic units, and to outside agencies include certification of student status, scheduling classes, enrollment reports and statistics, and processing grades and narrative evaluations.
· Frequently Asked Questions
· Change Your Address Online
· Information on Certifications of Enrollment
· Domestic Exchange Programs
· Legal Residence for Tuition Purposes
· Ordering Transcripts
· Schedule of Classes
· I.A.U. General Catalog
· Register to Vote
· Advance Course Information
· The Navigator, Undergraduate Handbook
The I.A.U. General Catalog is a listing of course descriptions, program descriptions, and faculty lists, and is arranged by department. The Navigator is the undergraduate campus handbook for academic and student affairs. The Schedule of Classes contains the quarterly course listings, enrollment information , Bulletin Boards, the quarterly calendar, as well as quarterly information and updates. For information regarding the Division of Graduate Studies, including the Graduate Student Handbook, please go to the I.A.U. Graduate Studies Page. If you wish to purchase any of these campus publications please visit the I.A.U. Bookstore on-line.
The Office of the Registrar maintains on-line information on a number of subjects. In the far left column of this page you will find quicklinks to many of our frequently visited pages. In addition, we have developed “user-oriented” information pages that are specifically tailored to the information needs of different campus constituencies.
· Student Information
Information for students that is not listed in The Catalog, The Navigator, or the quarterly Schedule of Classes, including some on-line forms of student interest.
· Faculty and Staff Information
Enrollment, NES, Publications, Records, and Scheduling information for faculty and staff.
If you are unable to find your answer, feel free to write to us at the address listed at the bottom of this page. We will have a response to you as soon as possible. We also value your feedback. Please feel free to drop us a line if something worked or didn’t work for you.