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Keeping Your Records

The Registrar handles student records, processes registration requests, schedules classes and maintains class lists, enforces the rules for entering or leaving classes, and keeps a permanent record of grades and transcripts.

Important Dates

>> See Academic Calendar

 

October 16-17 - Midterm break

October 18 -  Eight Week II classes begins

November 1 - Homecoming

November 5 - Class Withdrawal deadline

December 4 - Last day of classes

December 12 - Commencement Rehearsal

December 13 - Commencement Ceremony

 

 

FAQs

  1. How do I reset my Banner login pin?
  2. How do I request a transcript?
  3. How do I register for classes?
  4. Who is my advisor/how do I get in contact with an advisor?
  5. How do I get my alternate pin for registration?
  6. How do I withdraw from a course?
  7. How do I withdraw from ALL courses from the university for the semester?
  8. How do I request and enrollment verification letter at the beginning of the semester?
  9. How can I request an enrollment verification letter after the semester begins?
  10. How do I know if I will be assessed a tuition surcharge?
  11. Did I get approved by the academic appeals committee?
  12. What are registration errors?
  13. How do I get on a course wait list?


You can request a transcript online free >> see How to submit a transcript request

Self-Service Degree Audits are now available in Banner. Please see How To Run Your FSU Degree Audit (CAPP) and How To Interpret Your Degree Evaluation for more information.

 

SPRING 2015 Registration 

Spring 2015 registration begins October 30, 2015 and ends January 16, 2015.

Students will begin registering based on CURRENT EARNED hours:

  • Thursday, October 30 - Seniors, graduate level, doctoral, online degree completion, honors, early college, and athletes
  • Monday, November 3 - Juniors
  • Thursday, November 6 - Sophomores 
  • Monday, November 10 - Freshman, and special visiting

(ALERT! - If you register for online courses, there may be additional fees for verification of student identity for proctored examinations. You should contact your chosen proctor for fee information or refer to UNC Academic Services Portal at Proctor Information.)

 

NEW! Graduation Application and Payment Option in Banner

Who may apply?

Undergraduate students - Senior

Graduate students  -     Masters Level (Must have earned at least 21 credit hours)

                                      Doctoral Level (Must have earned at least 54 credit hours)

 

 

Before you apply 

http://www.uncfsu.edu/registrar/students/graduation-process

NOTE:  Graduation Application fees are non-refundable.  Please ensure that you will be able to meet all requirements by the expected graduation semester prior to applying.  Students who fail to meet graduation requirements automatically void their candidacy for that particular graduation term.  If the student does not complete the necessary degree requirements within two semesters of his/her expected term of graduation, then the student must re-apply and pay an additional application fee.

 

 


 

Information for Faculty & Staff

October 15 - Wednesday:  Midterm grades due

November 5 - Wednesday: Deadline for "I" grade removal from previous semester

December 8 - Wednesday:  Final grades for graduating seniors due

December 15 - Monday:  Final grades due for students not graduating

 

2014-2015 Academic Calendar is now available.

Classes, reports. >> Read More

 

 

Lilly Gym

University Registrar
Fayetteville State University
1200 Murchison Rd.
Fayetteville, NC 28301
Lilly Bldg, Room 300


Summer Office Hours

May 12 - August 8, 2014
Monday - Thursday- 7:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Friday - 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

August 11, 2014 - Normal Office hours resume

 

Phone:(910) 672-1185
Fax:(910) 672-1599

Sarah D. Baker
Director of Records and Registration

 

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