Academics

Registrar

The Role of the Registrar at Benedictine University at Mesa:

In addition to serving as an academic resource and a conduit of academic information for students and faculty, the registrar maintains academic records, the university catalog, integrity of transcript data, verifies enrollment, schedules courses and classrooms in preparation for registration and provides assistance during registration. The registrar also provides insight on academic policy proposal and implementation, institutional history, oversees compliance to academic and privacy policies, evaluates and posts transfer credit, creates documents to support advising, processes transcript requests, updates student information and performs degree audits and conferral. 

Registration Information

Fall 2014 Course Schedule (as of 7/25/14)

Summer 2014 Course Schedule (as of 7/7/14)

Registration for Fall 2014 is currently open.

 

Forms:
Information on the following topics can be found in the Benedictine University at Mesa undergraduate catalog:
  • Graduation Requirements
  • Majors and Degrees
  • Course Descriptions
  • Degree Status
  • Student-at-Large
  • Semester Credit Hours
  • Student Classification
  • Course Loads
  • Repetition of Courses
  • Grades, reports and "I", "W", "IP"
  • Add/Drop Policy
  • Grade Appeal Policy
  • Academic Accommodation for Religious Observance
  • Academic Honesty Policy
  • Administrative Drop Policy
  • Quality Point System
  • Dean's List and Dean's Recognition List
  • Student Academic Standing
  • Probation and Dismissal
  • Academic Amnesty Policy
  • Withdrawal from the University
  • Student Leave of Absence
  • Student Deactivation Policy
  • Application for Graduation
  • Graduation Honors
  • Student Records and Disclosure
  • Student Right-To-Know Act