The Registrar's Office is the official office of Academic Records for all undergraduate students, graduate students and alumni. It is the only office authorized to issue transcripts to students upon written request and has the responsibility to maintain timely and accurate records and ensures the privacy and security of those records.
Resources from the Registrar's Office:
Grad & Continuing Education 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.
> Summer Sessions (2013)
> Graduate (2012-2014)
> Undergraduate (2010-2012)
> Graduate/Continuing Education (2010-2012)
> Undergraduate (2008-2010)
> Graduate/Continuing Education (2008-2010)
Note: 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.
To confirm your enrollment for a semester, please click here to have an enrollment certification letter sent to you.
Cross Registration at Consortium Schools
Cross registration allows a student to take one day class at one of the member colleges of the Worcester Consortium 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. These forms are available in the Registrar's Office. Courses taken through the Consortium exchange are treated as AMC courses, which impact the GPA.
Further information and a master course list are posted on the Consortium web site.
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.
> Transcript Request Form
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.
View AMC Policies