Forms

The Registrar’s Office is open Monday – Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 

For graduation-related questions, email graduation@csudh.edu or contact your Graduation Evaluator. For all other questions about registration, records, transcripts, petitions, and more, email registrar@csudh.edu or call 310-243-3645.

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Forms

  1. Take care of it online. We only accept digital documents and no longer accept paper forms and documents by mail or in-person. Please upload all forms and supporting documents via the Dropbox folders below.

    Do not email your forms or documents. After you have uploaded the documents, you will receive a confirmation email from Dropbox. If items are missing or incomplete, we will notify current students via ToroMail, your CSUDH email account. If you are not a current student, we will notify you using the email that you provided on the form.

  2. Forms that require payment of a fee can be uploaded to Dropbox for processing and then the appropriate fee will be charged to your University account.

  3. Before you upload your forms and documents, please watch the tutorials on how to sign and merge all documents by using Free Adobe Acrobat and how to upload your documents to Dropbox.

Sign & Merge Documents

Upload Forms and Documents to Dropbox


Dropbox Folder for W-9S Forms

Click the icon to upload all documents related to the W-9S form. Please allow up to 3-10 business days for processing.


Dropbox Folder for General Records Documents

Click the icon to upload general records documents and forms. Please allow up to 3-10 business days for processing.


Dropbox Folder for Petition for Exception

Click the icon to upload the Petition for Exception form and supporting documents. Please allow up to 5-10 business days for processing. You will be notified by email once the petition has been processed.


Dropbox Folder for Graduation Documents & Graduation Petitions

Click the icon to upload all graduation related forms and documents. Please allow up to 5-10 business days for processing. 


Grading and Enrollment Forms

Change of Program: Add/Drop Form

The Change of Program form should be submitted if a student wishes to make any change in their official schedule after regular registration. Program changes during regular registration can be done online at my.CSUDH.edu. Changes include dropping a class, adding a class, changing the number of units for a class in which the student is registered, and changing from one section to another of the same course. After the regular registration period, the student must submit the Change of Program form, which requires the student to obtain approval of the instructor, department chair, and dean’s signature before submitting to the Registrar’s Office.

Policy

A change of program is any change made in a student's official schedule. Changes include dropping a class, adding a class, changing the number of units for a class in which the student is registered, and changing from one section to another of the same course. Program changes during regular registration can be done online at my.CSUDH.edu.

Program Changes During Late Registration

Note: Deadlines dates for adding and dropping are listed each semester in the official University Academic Calendar which can be found in the class schedule.

Add

Weeks 1 through 3: Between the start of classes and the end of the add/drop period of each semester, a student may add online at my.CSUDH.edu or can file a Change of Program Form [PDF]. To add courses students must request a Late Registration Permission Number from the instructor. The Late Registration Permission Numbers can only be used one time, by one student, and for that specific course only.

Week 4: Students may add via a Change of Program Form [PDF] with signatures from the instructor, program chair, and dean.


Drop (Official Withdrawal from a Course)

Weeks 1 through 3: Between the start of classes and the end of the add/drop period of each semester, a student may withdraw online at my.CSUDH.edu or can file a Change of Program Form [PDF]. No instructor approval is required. No grade is assigned and the enrollment does not appear on the student's record. Exception:Department Chair approval is required in order to drop MAT 3, MAT 9, ENG 88, and ENG 99.

Week 4
  • Adding a Class: You can add with a Change of Program form signed by the Instructor, Program Chair of the department, and Dean of the college offering the class.
  • Dropping a Class: You can drop classes using the Change of Program form and it must be signed by the instructor OR your advisor. Your major advisor can sign for major classes and the University Advisement Center advisors can sign for GE classes and for undeclared majors. No grade is assigned, and the enrollment does not appear in the students record.

Weeks 5 through 11: A student may be eligible to withdraw from a course up to the end of week 11. They must submit a Petition for Exception Form [PDF], a Change of Program Form [PDF] and evidence of a serious and compelling reason. An administrative grade of "W" may be assigned. The Change of Program Form must include signatures from the instructor, department chair, and dean.

Starting in the Fall 2009 semester, students can now withdraw from only 18 units (typically 4-6 classes) during the course of their studies at CSUDH. After that, any courses not completed will result in a failing grade. This limit applies to course withdrawals during week 4 through 11. Any withdrawals taken before the Fall 2009 term do not count toward the 18-unit limit.

Weeks 12 through 15: A student may be eligible to withdraw from a course during weeks 12 to 15. They must submit a Petition for Exception Form [PDF], a Change of Program Form [PDF] and evidence of a serious accident or illness. Medical verification is required. An administrative grade of "W" may be assigned. The Change of Program Form must include signatures from the instructor, department chair, and dean. Ordinarily, withdrawals in this category involve total withdrawal from the University. Qualified withdrawals during this period will not count against 18-unit limit.

Approval for Audit

The Approval for Audit Form is designated for students who wish to audit a course. The student must obtain the approval of the instructor on the Approval for Audit form, approval may not be obtained prior to the first day of instruction. Auditing a course means a student can attend class meetings and have access to course materials, but they will not receive credit for the course. The symbol AU will appear on the student’s record for audited courses. Auditors must pay the same fees as would be charged if the courses were taken for credit.

Policy

A student not admitted to, nor enrolled in, the University must file a Statement of Residence prior to auditing a course. A residence determination must be made so that appropriate fees may be charged. Auditors must pay the same fees as would be charged if the courses were taken for credit.

A student who wishes to audit a course must obtain the approval of the instructor on the Approval for Audit Form [PDF], which is also available in the Office of Admissions & Records. The approval may not be obtained prior to the first day of instruction. Enrollment as an auditor is subject to the approval of the instructor.

A student registered as an auditor may be required to participate in any or all classroom activities at the discretion of the instructor. A student who is enrolled for credit may not change to audit after the end of the add/drop period. Credit for courses audited will not subsequently be granted on the basis of the audit. An audited course should be taken into consideration when planning a program so that the study load will not be excessive. The symbol "AU" will appear on the student's record for audited courses.

Change of Undergraduate Major/Minor

Undergraduate students who wish to declare a new major/minor or add a second major/minor must complete the Change of Undergraduate Major/Minor Form. To declare a new major/minor or to add a second major/minor, the student must receive department approval from the academic department that houses the major/minor they wish to add.

Policy

A student may change his/her major or minor at any time before applying for graduation. If a student has not declared his/her major and is ready to do so, it is also considered a change of the major or minor. The student should complete the Change of Undergraduate Major/Minor Form [PDF] and sign it. The form must also be signed by the appropriate program/faculty member.

Once the form has been signed by all persons, it must be submitted to The Registrar’s Office for processing.

Credit/No Credit Grading Option

The Credit/No Credit Grading Option Form is used when a student wishes to change their course grading into a Credit or No Credit instead of traditional grading. Restrictions apply, refer to the form for more information about restrictions and university policy regarding Credit/No Credit grading option. Selection of the CR/NC grading option must be made during the first three weeks of instruction.

Policy

A student may elect to be graded on a "CR/NC" basis in a course that has another grade basis such as "A-F". A Credit/No Credit Grading Option Form [PDF] must be completed.

Limitations

No more than 24 units graded "CR/NC", whether taken at this or another institution, may be offered in satisfaction of the total units required for a bachelor's degree. If 24 units graded "CR/NC" are accepted in transfer, no additional courses graded "CR/NC" may be used to satisfy degree requirements, except when a required course is graded solely on a "CR/NC" basis. Any credits earned through College Level Examination Program (CLEP) tests are exempt from the 24 credit maximum at the time of score reporting. However, should these credits place the student above 24 total "CR/NC" units, no additional credit/no credit units may be counted toward graduation.

Selection of the grading basis ("A-F" for "CR/NC") is made beginning the first week of classes through the end of the add/drop period. Courses used to satisfy a major or which are prerequisites to it, must be taken for a letter grade.

Graduate Level Students

"CR/NC" grades may be allowed in courses numbered below 500 which will not be used to satisfy the requirements of a graduate degree program.

For additional information regarding Credit/No Credit, please see the University Catalog.

Credit by Examination Petition

Students may challenge select courses by taking examinations developed at CSUDH. Credit shall be awarded to those who pass the examination successfully. A registered student may receive credit by examination for courses in which they are eligible to enroll. The student should contact the office of the appropriate department to initiate the procedure. Credit by examination will not be given for course work that an academic department deems inappropriate or impossible to evaluate. The Credit by Examination Petition Form must be submitted to the Registrar’s Office after completion of the form with appropriate signatures and payment of applicable fees.

Cross Enrollment

Undergraduate students enrolled in the CSU may enroll, without formal admission and without payment of additional State University Fees, in a maximum of one course per academic term at a campus of either of the other systems on a space-available basis at the discretion of the appropriate campus authorities on both campuses. Students should complete the Cross-Enrollment Application and submit to the Office of the Registrar or other designated cross-enrollment office at their home campus prior to the host campus filing period. Students should verify admission and filing deadlines with the host campus.

Cross Enrollment for Compton College Students Only

Compton College students may enroll at CSUDH without a formal admission offer and can enroll in a maximum of one course per Fall and Spring semester for $10 per course.  Please read the form for more details.

Steps to Cross Enroll
  1. Complete the cross enrollment form and meet with a Compton College counselor to verify your eligibility. If you are eligible to cross enroll, Compton College will submit to form to CSUDH on your behalf. Please submit the cross enrollment form to Compton College by August 26, 2022 for Fall 2022.

  2. After the form is submitted to the Registrar’s Office at CSUDH, you will be enrolled in the class and notified by email. If the course is full, we’ll notify you by email.

  3. After you have been registered for the course, you will receive access to MyCSUDH, the student portal and you must pay the $10 fee within 48 hours. You can pay online or in person at the Cashiers Office.

  4. If you are receiving financial aid, complete the Consortium Agreement and submit it to the CSUDH Financial Aid and Scholarships Dropbox for current Toros.
CSU Intrasystem Concurrent/Visitor Enrollment Form

This application is to be used by CSU students who wish to enroll concurrently at another CSU campus. The student should complete this application and submit to the Registrar’s Office at the home campus at least four weeks in advance of the first day of classes at both campuses.

CSU Intrasystem Concurrent Enrollment for ICE Online Courses

This application is to be used by CSU student who wish to enroll concurrently at another CSU campus.

Exception to Academic Policy for Repetition of Courses

The Exception to Academic Policy for Repetition of Courses Form can be submitted in unique circumstances in which the student is able to demonstrate need and documentation for circumstances which support the potential for the student’s future academic success. An undergraduate student may not enroll in or receive unit credit for a course for which the student has already received a grade of A, B, C, or CR. Students can use this form if they wish to seek an exception to undergraduate limit for repetition of courses, or if they seek an exception to repeat a course more than twice.

Notice of Repeated Course (Repeat & Cancel)

Repeat and Cancel is used to request that a subsequent grade is substituted for the earlier grade in the computation of units attempted and grade point average (GPA). The original course grade remains on the students record but is annotated as being discounted from GPA computations. The Repeat and Cancel Policy may be used only by students working towards a baccalaureate degree. Repeat and Cancel may only be used on courses taken and repeated at CSUDH, or at another CSU campus during summer Sessions or as a CSU visitor/concurrent student. Restrictions apply, refer to the form for more information about restrictions and university policy regarding Repeat and Cancel.

Older Adult Fee Waiver

Students sixty years of age and older may be eligible for an Older Adult Fee Waiver using the Older Adult Fee Waiver Form. Applicant must present documentation which establishes their identity and their age. Students using the Older Adult Fee Waiver may register on or after the first day of the term. The number of Older Adult Fee Waivers is limited; Older Adult students who are not participating in the Older Adult fee waiver program will be required to pay fees by the posted due date.

Petition for Exception

The Petition for Exception Form is used when a student is requesting an exception to a university policy. The student should first meet with the designated staff person or the Associate Dean from the College associated with the request to assist in determining whether a Petition for Exception is the appropriate procedure to address the situation. Petitions for Exceptions are not granted automatically and must be accompanied by compelling external verification or documentation.

Policy

Students may petition for exception to certain university academic regulations when unusual circumstances exist. It should be noted, however, that academic regulations contained in Title 5, California Code of Regulations, cannot be waived by petition. Before filing a petition, students must first speak with the designated representatives in the School or College associated with their request. Only in cases where no alternate means of resolution is available should a student then file a petition.

Planned Educational Leave Request – Graduate

A Planned Educational Leave is defined as a planned interruption or temporary cessation of a student's formal education in which the student voluntarily and temporarily ceases enrollment at CSUDH while pursuing other educationally related activities to enrich their academic program or to clarify educational goals. Restrictions apply, refer to the form for more information about restrictions and university policy regarding Planned Educational Leave.

Overview

It is a university requirement that graduate students maintain continuous attendance throughout the course of their study for the master's degree. Any graduate student in good academic standing may request a Planned Graduate Student Leave. Reasons for seeking a leave are likely to be varied, but all applicants should intend to return to formal study within a specified time period.

Eligibility

To apply for a Planned Graduate Student Leave, the student must be a conditionally classified or classified graduate student with a grade point average of 3.0 or better. Application for the leave must be filed with the appropriate graduate coordinator before the first day of classes for the semester during which the leave is to begin, and should be accompanied by appropriate documentation.

Duration of Leave

The minimum initial leave will be one full term; the maximum will be one calendar year. Under compelling circumstances, a student may request, in writing and in advance, an extension of the leave. The total number of approved Planned Graduate Student Leaves may not exceed two, and the duration of Planned Graduate Student Leaves may not total more than two calendar years.

Approval

The Planned Graduate Student Leave is approved at the discretion of the student's graduate coordinator. The graduate coordinator may require periodic reports from the student. Students who plan to enroll for credit at another institution of higher education during the leave period must obtain prior approval for the transfer of course credit to the program from the graduate coordinator.

Approval of the leave does not constitute an extension of the time period for completing all course work and other requirements for the graduate degree. Approval of the student's leave application constitutes agreement by the university that the student will be temporarily exempted from the continuous attendance requirement as long as the student meets the conditions specified in the approved leave application. Students who do not return to the university at the conclusion of their planned leave will be considered to have withdrawn from the university at the end of their last semester of regular enrollment at CSUDH.

Application Procedures

Download the Graduate Request for Planned Educational Leave Form [PDF] or obtain a paper copy from the Graduate Program Coordinator and the Office of Academic Programs. Upon completion of the form, submit it to the Registrar in The Registrar's Office.

Availability of Services

A student on Planned Graduate Student Leave shall be expected to devote his/her leave period to off-campus activities. The student shall be classified as "on leave" and shall not be considered a regularly enrolled student. Therefore, the student is not entitled to the campus services normally provided to enrolled students, except that the student may confer with his/her academic advisor and others regarding leave activity and plans for re-enrollment.

Resumption of Formal Education

A student shall be guaranteed re-entry and retention of registration priority if all conditions of the approved leave have been met at the conclusion of his/her Planned Graduate Student Leave. Every effort shall be made to facilitate and simplify the return. For purposes of election of graduation requirements, the approved leave shall not constitute an interruption of attendance provided the student registers in the same major. Students who fail to resume studies at the prearranged time shall forfeit the advantages of the Planned Graduate Student Leave Program.

Student Record

Each student enrolled in the program will have an entry made on his/her permanent record indicating that the student is on leave. The dates of the beginning and conclusion of the leave also will be recorded. Students must obtain prior approval of The Registrar's Office to enroll for credit at another institution of higher education. Any credit earned will be treated as transfer credit to be evaluated and entered in student records in the customary manner.

Failure to Comply with Planned Leave Provisions

Any student on planned leave who does not comply with all provisions of this policy and the conditions of the leave is subject to forfeiture of the advantages of this program.

Students who do not return to the university at the conclusion of their planned leave will be considered to have withdrawn from the university at the end of their last semester of regular enrollment at CSUDH.

Planned Education Leave Request – Undergraduate

A Planned Educational Leave is defined as a planned interruption or temporary cessation of a student's formal education in which the student voluntarily and temporarily ceases enrollment at CSUDH while pursuing other educationally related activities to enrich their academic program or to clarify educational goals. University policy allows students to be out of attendance for one semester (not including Summer and Winter terms) and still maintain their continuing student status. Restrictions apply, refer to the form for more information about restrictions and university policy regarding Planned Educational Leave.

Overview

A Planned Educational Leave is defined as a planned interruption or temporary cessation of a student's formal education in which the student voluntarily and temporarily ceases enrollment at CSUDH while pursuing other educationally-related activities to enrich his/her academic program or to clarify educational goals. The leave may be used for any number of educationally-related activities including travel, independent study, work study, or attendance at another institution. The intent of the program is to make it possible for a student to suspend academic work, leave the campus, and later resume studies with a minimum of procedural difficulty. Petitions are available at The Registrar's Office.

Eligibility

Students must have an overall grade point average of 2.0; be in good academic standing; completed one semester of coursework at CSUDH, and must not have applied to graduate for the same term as the requested planned leave.  

Application Procedures

  1. A registered student may file an Undergraduate Request for Planned Educational Leave Form [PDF]. The petition shall include an explanation of the student's reasons for seeking an educational leave and when he/she intends to resume academic work.
  2. The request shall be initiated by the student and be reviewed by The Registrar's Office. If the request is approved, the registrar shall take steps to ensure the student's re-entry and retention of registration priority, and make the appropriate entry in the student's academic record.
  3. The request shall be approved only after contractual agreements (e.g., financial aid) have been satisfactorily terminated or renegotiated.
  4. A registered student may file a petition for a Planned Educational Leave at any time; however, the leave will not commence until the beginning of the following semester.
  5. Permission for a Planned Educational Leave must be requested and approved in advance of the term the leave is to begin; a leave will not be granted retroactively.
  6. Students whose Planned Educational Leaves will take them out of California are advised to consult The Registrar's Office regarding residency requirements.

Duration of Leave

The minimum leave shall be two full semesters; the maximum, two calendar years.

Availability of Services

A student on Planned Educational Leave shall be expected to devote his/her leave period to off-campus activities. The student shall be classified as "on leave" and shall not be considered a regularly enrolled student. Therefore, the student is not entitled to the campus services normally provided to enrolled students, except that the student may confer with his/her academic advisor and others regarding leave activity and plans for re-enrollment.

Resumption of Formal Education

A student shall be guaranteed reentry and retention of registration priority if all conditions of the approved leave have been met at the conclusion of his/her Planned Educational Leave. Every effort shall be made to facilitate and simplify the return. For purposes of election of graduation requirements, the approved leave shall not constitute an interruption of attendance provided the student registers in the same major. Students who fail to resume studies at the prearranged time shall forfeit the advantages of the Planned Educational Leave Program.

Re-Entry Application

For information about returning to CSUDH and to download/submit the Re-entry application, please visit the Returning Toros webpage.

Time Conflict Approval

The Time Conflict Approval Form is used if a student is attempting to enroll in two classes that have a time overlap. In this situation, the student must receive permission from both instructors on the Time Conflict Approval Form.

Policy

A student wishing to enroll in two classes that overlap must get permission from both instructors. The student must:

  • Use the Approval for Time Conflict Form [PDF] to obtain approval (signature) to enroll from each instructor.
  • Obtain Late Registration Permission Numbers from each instructor and enter them on the Change of Program Form [PDF].
  • Return the completed forms to The Registrar's Office to be registered in-person during late registration period only.

Graduation and Diploma Forms

Late Graduation Application: Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree Candidates

The Late Graduation Application for Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree Candidates Form should be submitted only if the student is attempting to apply for graduation past the published deadline. Graduation Applications filed after the posted deadline are assessed an additional fee along with the regular graduation processing fee. Fees must be paid within 48 hours.

Emergency Graduation Clearance Request

The Emergency Graduation Clearance Request Form is used for students requesting to expedite the degree clearing process due to documented extenuating circumstances. Restrictions apply, refer to the form for more information about restrictions regarding Emergency Graduation Clearance Requests.

Request for Change of Graduation Date

The Request for Change of Graduation Date Form is used if a student wishes to declare a new graduation date. Students should refer to the deadlines posted on the website to understand the window in which they should apply for graduation.

Diploma Reorder Form

The Diploma Reorder Form is used if a student is requesting an additional copy of their diploma. The process for diploma reorder will take approximately 3-5 weeks for delivery. Students must submit the form along with a $15.00 check or money order made out to CSUDH for processing fees.

Graduation Certification Request

The Graduation Certification Request Form is used if a student wishes to request a certification which verifies the student as a candidate for graduation and the expected graduation date. To be certified for Declaration of Candidacy, the student must have filed an application for award of degree for the term requested. To be verified for completion of degree requirements, the student must have applied for graduation and have all requirements met. Students must submit the form and a processing fee for the Graduation Certification Request.

Graduate Course Credit for Seniors

Undergraduate students may enroll in up to two courses for graduate credit. This coursework will not be used for completion of the undergraduate degree. The student must obtain the signature of the appropriate Program Coordinator of the Graduate Program and submit the Graduate Course Credit for Seniors form in the final semester of their senior year.

Undergraduate Request for Reactivation of Graduation

The Undergraduate Request for Reactivation of Graduation Form is used for students who previously filed to graduate and then broke continuous attendance at CSUDH without completing all degree requirements, and now seek to complete their degree. All students seeking reactivation must consult with their department(s). These departments may allow the student to retain the original catalog year or select a subsequent catalog year with respect to requirements for the respective program. Restrictions and fees apply, refer to the form for more information about restrictions and university policy regarding Undergraduate Request for Reactivation of Graduation.

Personal Information Change Forms

Name/Address Change Request

The Name/Address Change Request Form is used for current or former students who wish to update their Name, Address, or Telephone number with the University. For students who wish to change their name, appropriate state or court issued documentation along with a valid photo identification card is required for name change. Current students can indicate a “preferred” first name, if different from their legal name. A student may change their preferred first and/or middle names on their student center, My.CSUDH.edu. Preferred names will not be used for official university record purposes such as enrollment verification, official transcripts, employment, payroll records, and, but not limited to, financial aid.

Legal Name Change Policy

Current and former students may change their name by submitting a Change of Name/Address Request Form [PDF] to The Registrar’s Office. Appropriate state or court issued documentation that indicates a name change along with a valid photo identification card must include with this form. This documentation can include but is not limited to the following:

  • Marriage License
  • Certificate of Naturalization
  • Adoption/Birth Certificate
  • Divorce Decree (stating restored name)
  • Court Order
  • Alien Registration Card

The documentation submitted must include the students new and former name.

Preferred Name Change Policy

Except when the use of an individual’s legal (or primary) name is required by law, current students may be identified by a preferred name.  California State University, Dominguez Hills wishes to allow its community to use a preferred name in order to give members an empowering, safe, and nondiscriminatory university experience.  Every member of the campus community should feel empowered to be called by the name of their choosing.  Equally important, no one should feel pressure to change their name for the acceptance or convenience of others.

Policy: Current students can indicate a “preferred” first name, which is a name the student wishes to be commonly known as, if different from their legal name.  A student may change their preferred first and/or middle names on their student center, My.CSUDH.edu.  The student’s preferred name will be visible in the below areas, and may be subject to change:

  • CSUDH.edu
  • Class Rosters
  • Grade Rosters
  • Faculty Center - Class/Grade Roster
  • Advisee Student Center – all tabs within advisee student services center
  • Academic Requirements Reports

Preferred names will not be used for official university record purposes such as enrollment verification, official transcripts, employment and payroll records, and, but not limited to, financial aid.  Additionally, changing the preferred name will not change a student’s email address that appears in the student’s record. 

Any attempt to misuse preferred name policy for purposes of misrepresentation or fraud may result in a violation of the Student Conduct code and be referred to the Leadership Engagement and Development Office

Changing Addresses Online

Current students may change their address online in their my.csudh.edu account. In your account, addresses are categorized by type. Some examples of address types are home, mailing, and permanent.

To change an address perform the following steps:

  • Step 1: Log into your my.csudh.edu account and select Student Center
  • Step 2: Locate the Personal Information Section at the bottom of the Student Center
  • Step 3: Identify the address that you would like to update and click on the blue link indicating the address type (i.e., Mailing Address, Home Address) within Contact Information in your Student Center.
  • Step 4: Select the address that you would like to update and click the “edit” button. 
  • Step 5: Update the information on the proceeding page and click “OK.” 
  • Step 6: Review your changes and click “Save.”
FERPA Consent to Release Student Information

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 is a Federal Law designed to Protect the privacy of education records. Students can use the FERPA Consent to Release Student Information Form if they wish to allow specific individuals access to their educational records. Student can identify which information can be released to that individual, including disciplinary records, financial aid, transcripts, and, but not limited to, academic advising.

Request to Withhold Directory Information

The Request to Withhold Directory Information Form will prevent the Registrar's Office from verifying any directory information regarding a student’s record to anyone - including yourself, over the telephone or in writing without your signed, written consent. This form will prevent verification for purposes of employment, loans, credit card applications and insurance.

Graduate Studies Forms

          Graduate Studies forms may be found on the Graduate Studies website.