The Office of the Registrar provides specific services to the University's faculty and staff. The Registrar's staff compiles information about undergraduate courses, programs, and students. Use of Current Student Data and Undergraduate Graduation Reports requires application for access and the use of a NetID and password for login.
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Note: Any misuse of the information within these records will result in loss of privileges and a deletion of your user account for this portion of the website.
For assistance with reports, contact Louise.Larson@uconn.edu or call 860-486-1442.
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No special access is required to use the Fall, Intersession, Spring, and Summer End of Term Schedules of Classes from Fall 2005, Spring 2006 through the current available semester. The same is true of the Fall and Spring Schedules of Classes from Spring 2005 through the current. These reports are all available at Schedules of Classes.
Graduate Career Reports
To access Graduate Career Report Resources link to: http://web9.uits.uconn.edu/gradschool/faculty/faculty_resources.html.
Responsibility of Registrar's Office
The Office of the Registrar is the primary custodian of student permanent academic records and student data for the University. It is the responsibility of the Registrar's Office to strive diligently to meet both its ethical and legal responsibilities to the University and its student body. To that end, the following regulations and guidelines governing access and protection of these records are effective for all offices and employees within the University of Connecticut. The principal governing legislation regarding these standards is the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974, as amended.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, as amended, protects the privacy of educational records, establishes the students' rights to inspect their educational records, provides guidelines for correcting inaccurate or misleading data through informal hearings, and permits students to file complaints with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) concerning alleged failures of the institution to comply with this Act. This statement clarifies the responsibilities of persons with access to student educational records.
For Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act related forms, links and presentations refer to: FERPA.
Last updated 11/15/12