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Office of the Registrar
Office of the Registrar
BU's Office of the Registrar is the central office for student scheduling and registration, as well as commencement, college transcripts, scheduling, undergraduate degree clearance, enrollment verifications, military credits, transfer credits, changing of a major, declaring a minor, and processing declaring a concentration.
New Transfer Course Equivalency Tool
The course equivalency tool is designed to allow students and advisors to look up a course at another institution and immediately see the Bloomsburg Equivalency. Prior to coming to the Office of the Registrar to complete a Prior Approval form, use this tool to determine what the Bloomsburg Equivalency will be.
Always meet with your academic advisor for specific information concerning transfer courses and their application to your degree requirements.
Withdrawal Information for Spring
At the conclusion of the drop/add period, students withdraw from a course through ISIS. The withdrawal period for every term begins at the conclusion of drop/add and ends at the end of the 10th week of the semester. Please refer to Enrollment Dates to identify that time period each term. For the Spring term the last day to withdraw from a course is Friday, April 3.
Once the process is complete, you will see a “W” grade next to the course in ISIS. Please verify that you have received a “W” grade in ISIS, if you do not see a “W” grade you have not been withdrawn from the class.
Students can withdraw from one or all of their courses through ISIS. If you have a hold that prevents you from dropping (withdrawing), you will need to go to the Office of the Registrar for further assistance.
Please see the links below to log into ISIS or for further instructions.
Important Spring Details
» This is a critical time to run your degree audit (academic requirements) in ISIS to keep you on track for graduation. You can also set up a meeting with your advisor to discuss any concerns.
» Undergraduate Graduation applications for Spring graduation are due to your department by February 15; applications for Summer graduation are due to your department by March 1. See your department for further questions. If you are planning to graduate in the Spring or Summer semesters, please run your degree audit (academic requirements) to ensure that all requirements have been satisfied. Discuss any discrepancies with your academic advisor.
Summer/Fall 2015 Scheduling Information
The Course Search Tool for Summer and Fall 2014 will be available on or before March 6, 2015.
April 1, Beginning 8:00 am and ending April 2 at Midnight, students with priority scheduling for Accommodative Services, Act 101, Athletes, BOG, Honors, Trio and Veterans will be able to schedule.
April 6: Open enrollment begins for Summer scheduling.
April 6: Scheduling is available for Graduate students.
April 6 - April 17: 8:00 am, students that are Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores and Freshmen (0-29 credits) can schedule classes based on the Scheduling Timetable. During this scheduling period students may schedule a maximum of 17 credits.