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Registrar's Center
 
The Office of the Registrar supports the instructional mission of the College by:BZawalich2

> Providing quality support services to the college community

> Maintaining and preserving the accuracy, integrity, confidentiality, and security of all Anna Maria College student academic records

> Providing Services to create and support course registration, classroom assignment, transfer credits evaluation, degree audit for graduation applications, and enrollment verification

> Issuing transcripts and diplomas

The Office of the Registrar is located in room 123 of Foundress Hall. Staff can also be reached by telephone at (508) 849-3403 or e-mail at registrar@annamaria.edu.
 
Additional information about the Office of the Registrar and its services provided are available in the Anna Maria College Catalog and Anna Maria College Student Handbook.
 
It is the student's responsibility to be familiar with the academic regulations of the College.
    > View AMC Policies
 
Enrollment Information
 
Enrollment Certification
To confirm your enrollment for a semester, please click here to have an enrollment certification letter sent to you.
 
Students must officially register for a course to receive a grade or credit for that specific course. Attending class does not constitute an official registration. Students cannot register for classes that have met two or more times. The College reserves the right to modify semester course offerings and cancel under-enrolled courses or programs.
 
Cross Registration at Consortium Schools
Cross registration allows a student to take one day class at one of the member colleges of the Higher Education Consortium of Central Massachusetts (HECCMA) during the fall and spring semesters. To be eligible to cross register through the Consortium, a student must be enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student, minimum 12 credits. The student will pay AMC's full tuition rate. If all conditions are met, there is a Consortium registration form that is used. The cross registration procedure can be found here. Courses taken through the Consortium exchange are treated as AMC courses, which impact the GPA.
 
For Cross Registration at Consortium Schools, please click here.
 
Undergraduate Four-Year Degree
 
Course Listings
 
For full course descriptions, please refer to Course Catalogs.
 
Course Catalogs
 
Academic Calendar
2015-2016
Final Exam Schedule
    > Fall 2014 Final Exam Schedule
2013-2014
 
 
Three-Year Online Business Degree
 
A more affordable, accelerated options for an online Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.
 
Learn more here.
 
Graduate & Continuing Education On-ground and Online Programs
 
Registration
To register, please click here to fill out the registration form. Please note that you will receive a confirmation from the Registrar's Office with your schedule. Please note that payment for your class(es) is not due until a week before the session begins.
 
Please refer to the course listings below for Course Number and Course Title needed for Registration:
    > Grad & C.E. Course Listings
 
For full course descriptions, please refer to Course Catalogs.
 
Course Catalogs
 
Academic Calendar
2014-2015
2013-2014
    > Summer 2014 Calendar
 
Important Information
 
Confidentiality of Records
Anna Maria College complies with the requirements set out in The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 as amended (PL 93-380, Section 438, the General Education Provisions Act). Copies of the policy are available from the Office of Academic Programs, the Office of the Registrar, and online on the College's web site.
 
Students may authorize members of the Student Affairs Office or Student Success Center to have a conversation with a third party regarding the student's academic record. Students wanting to grant access to a third party may do so by logging into their Online Resource account under Student Records.
 
Notification of Intent to Graduate*
Please select the right form to fill out.
    > Full Time Day
    > Graduate
    > Continuing Education
 
*It is the responsibility of every student who is approaching graduation to notify the Registrar's Office of the completion of all academic requirements.To do so, the student must complete the Intent to Graduate Form. These forms are also available at the Registrar's Office and must be submitted by the following deadlines.
 
Deadlines for the Notification of Intent to Graduate Form
Completion Date               Deadline*
May February 1st
August May 1st
December September 1st
            
Transcripts
Transcripts of courses taken at Anna Maria College can be obtained from the Registrar's Office upon receipt of a written request, with signature. Email and FAX requests cannot be honored. A fee of $5.00 ($7.00 for in office request) is charged for each transcript requested. Transcripts cannot be released if the student has outstanding financial obligations to the College.