Office of the Registrar
The Office of the Registrar at Methodist College strives to support of the mission and core values of the College. It is our mission to serve the entire Methodist College community efficiently and ethically. The Office strives always to fulfill its charges of safeguarding and ensuring the accuracy and integrity of student records, assuring compliance with academic policy, maintaining efficient student systems, and providing excellent administrative service to students, faculty, administration, staff, and alumni. We partner in the educational process and support both academic progress and student retention.
In the Office of the Registrar, we manage many aspects of the student enrollment process including all aspects of the registration process, transfer credits, academic decisions, graduation, service learning, and FERPA compliance.
Course registration is managed through the Office of the Registrar. Please visit the Course Registration pages for more information on enrolling in classes and managing your class enrollment.
To prepare for registration, students should:
- Review the course schedule.
- Meet with their advisor or advising educator to discuss their progress through their chosen curriculum.
- Develop a plan A, B, & C to be best prepared for registration. Remember: Multiple plans provide for the greatest flexibility when enrolling in courses.
- Ensure that all holds have been removed from their student account.
This will help ensure that, once registration is open, a student is able to enroll in classes as efficiently as possible.
With guidance from the Divisional Deans, the Office of the Registrar manages transfer credit for new and continuing students.
Information about the Registrar's Office and Registrar-Related forms can be found on the shared drive. All Registrar forms are fillable and completed forms should be sent electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This federal law affords eligible students certain rights with respect to their educational records (an "eligible student" is a student who is 18 years of age or older or a student who attends a postsecondary institution). The regulations issued by the Department of Education protect the privacy of education records.
More information about FERPA can be found visiting the link above and also at the Department of Education FERPA website.
Questions? Need Help?
If you have any questions about the services provided in the Office of the Registrar, please reach out! You can contact us via email at email@example.com.