The Office of Records & Registration department is dedicated to providing services to the students, faculty, staff, and alumni. The Records & Registration department collects and disseminates student and academic information through processes that ensure the integrity and security of all records particularly with regards to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) as set forth by the federal government.
All students are expected to present themselves for registration in accordance with the registration procedures established for the current term as recorded in the Law Center Academic Calendar.
Registration after the official period in the calendar and schedule shall be by special permission granted by the Chancellor. Students registering after the official period designated for registration will be charged a late fee of $100. The deadline for enrolling in the Law Center for the fall and spring semesters shall be the sixth day of instruction. The Administration is committed to this policy and will enforce it strictly.
It is the responsibility of each student to ensure that he or she is properly registered. No credit will be given for any course in which a student is not officially registered, even though the student may have attended class and taken the exam. Furthermore, a failing grade of “F” will be recorded for any student who has not officially dropped a course, even though the student did not attend class and did not take the exam.
A student will be permitted to attend class only after completion of official registration.
The Records & Registration department is comprised of 7 key areas:
- Maintenance of Student Records
- Verification Letters and Forms
- Schedule of Classes
- Degree Audits and Verfications
- Certification for State Bars
The Records & Registration department is dedicated to providing services to the students, faculty, staff, and alumni.
The semester courses are sorted by professor last name and the information given has been provided directly by the faculty member. Please contact the professor directly with any questions regarding the required or recommended materials.
The academic catalog provides current academic policies, procedures, recommended paths, course descriptions, and more information that is valuable to students.
The primary goal of academic scheduling is to develop class times that maximize the chance for students to develop workable schedules in order to make progress towards degree. Academic scheduling encompasses courses, rooms, and staff,
Students are expected to take their exams on the dates and at the times they are scheduled. You may reschedule one of the proctored exams, upon approved petition, to the following day in which a student does not have a proctored exam.
Registar's Office Forms
Below are many of our commonly used forms. Please complete and submit forms according to form instructions. Most forms may be mailed or faxed unless verification of paperwork are required.
Transcripts are the academic record of students at the Southern University Law Center. Not only does it reflect your academic history, it serves to verify and distinguish your degree(s).