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What is a registrar?

A registrar is the official at a college or university who is responsible for keeping all student records (past and present), including: maintaining the accuracy and integrity of the record, protecting student data, and upholding & implementing academic policy. The Registrar's office provides registration services, assessment of tuition and fees, class and events scheduling (including final examinations); posting of transfer and study abroad credit; assists with degree audits; and produces the University’s Courses Catalog, Class Schedule, official academic transcript and diploma.

News for Parents of New Students

Primer for Parents

Understanding FERPA as it Relates to Your Student's UIUC Academic Record. Read article

What's New

On The Record: News and Services from the Office of the Registrar. Read newsletter

Grade Submission Survey – In the Fall of 2010, instructors were surveyed about grade submission processes.  Read the results overview and complete report, survey results, comments and analysis.

Fall 2009, Information for students concerning FERPA updates. Read email notice to students

Faculty & Staff

Visit the Faculty & Staff site for Banner help, calendars, grade processing, tuition info, FERPA, and more. View a complete list of student data policies.


Class Registration

Registration resources, dates and times, and course information.

Tuition and other Financial Matters

Tuition and fee calculations, refund schedule, and financial aid info.


Online grade access and UI-Integrate Self-Service help.


Requirements for graduation and diploma info.


Classroom management and scheduling, event reservations, UIUC Course Catalog and Class Schedule publication, and Foellinger Auditorium & Lincoln Hall Theater support.


Transcripts, and degree/enrollment verifications, transcript explanation

DARS Audits

An unofficial audit of your degree progress.

Student Consumer Information

The Provost website offers student consumer information to provide current and prospective students with resources and campus metrics in a variety of areas related to general institutional information, student services, student financial aid, campus security, and student outcomes.