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Registrar's Office Summit IX

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When: Tuesday, November 19, 2019 from 8am-12pm

Where: Officer's Club (map)

The Registrar's Office Summit is a mini-conference to help those on our campus learn what our role is and what services we provide. The Registrar's Office works across the entire campus and is a resource to students, faculty and staff. 

Each year brings many new challenges and changes in both policy and procedures. The divisions of the Registrar's Office will present the changes that have occurred over the past year and how they affect your role here at the University. There will be an opportunity for any questions you may have during the sessions.

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Materials

If you missed the 2019 Registrar's Summit we have the presentation slides and a ccopy of the booklet available below in PDF format.  

Summit Booklet PDF

Presentations PDF

Schedule 

This year schedule is bringing the power to U. We will be giving office updates and announcing new features from our office in hopes to bring better collaboration between our office and yours. A new feature for 2019 we are excited to bring is from 12-1 for those interested in staying longer we will be hosting a "ask the experts" panel. 

Time Session
8:00-8:20am Check In (East Entrance) / Breakfast (West Room)

8:30-9:10am

Welcome and Session 1

Graduation and Transcripts: Helping Students to Navigate the Process (East Room)
Join us as we take a look at the updated graduation processes, and the tools that are available to help advisors assist each student navigate Graduation. Get a glimpse into the resources that are available to students through our Transcripts Division.

Registration & Records/Petitions (North Room)                                                                                                                                        Navigating deadlines, forms, petitions, and policies can be difficult! Come prepared to learn how to strategically chart a course through the registration timeline.  We will help demystify late add cards, Leave of Absence requests, Recommendations for Change in Graduate Classification, and Recent adjustments to the process for Petitions for Consideration of Exception to Policy will also be covered.

(Transfer) Collaboration + (Transfer) Articulation = (Transfer) Power  ( South Room)                                                                                  Unite with us as we discuss how department collaboration in course articulation gives our undergraduate students power. We will revisit our recent MDD degree audit modifications, enhancements made with our transfer articulation processes using TES, and supplementary Transferology changes on the horizon.

9:20-10:00am

Session 2

Veteran Services, NCAA Eligibility (East Room)

A combined session with:

  - A brief overview of the GI Bill and useful information for what student veterans need to know

  - A discussion on initial and continuing student-athlete eligibility for NCAA sports

Fitting the Pieces Together (North Room)                                                                                                                                                                Are you scheduling for maximum efficiency of student schedules and spaces? We will take some time to discuss how department schedules are created, reaching out to departments offering courses typically taken together, and how to build scheduling relationships across campus. Come and share with your fellow schedulers both challenges and triumphs!

Completed, New and Future System & Technology Projects (South Room)
An overview of the functionality delivered in the last year will be featured as well as new projects the Student Systems and Technology area is working on. The presentation will also include future projects represented within the Registrar’s Office goals.

10:10-10:50am

Session 3

Graduation and Transcripts: Helping Students to Navigate the Process (East Room)
Join us as we take a look at the graduation process, and the resources that are available to each student through the Graduation and Transcripts Divisions.

Registration & Records/Petitions (North Room)                                                                                                                                                Navigating deadlines, forms, petitions, and policies can be difficult! Come prepared to learn how to strategically chart a course through the registration timeline.  We will help demystify late add cards, Leave of Absence requests, Recommendations for Change in Graduate Classification, and Recent adjustments to the process for Petitions for Consideration of Exception to Policy will also be covered.

Completed, New and Future System & Technology Projects (South Room)
An overview of the functionality delivered in the last year will be featured as well as new projects the Student Systems and Technology area is working on. The presentation will also include future projects represented within the Registrar’s Office goals.

11:00-11:40am

Session 4

FERPA and Campus Outreach ( East Room)
A combined session with:                                                                                                                                                                                                - A review of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)                                                                                                                       - Outreach initiatives to the campus

Fitting the Pieces Together (North Room)                                                                                                                                                                Are you scheduling for maximum efficiency of student schedules and spaces? We will take some time to discuss how department schedules are created, reaching out to departments offering courses typically taken together, and how to build scheduling relationships across campus. Come and share with your fellow schedulers both challenges and triumphs!

(Transfer) Collaboration + (Transfer) Articulation = (Transfer) Power ( South Room)                                                                                    Unite with us as we discuss how department collaboration in course articulation gives our undergraduate students power. We will revisit our recent MDD degree audit modifications, enhancements made with our transfer articulation processes using TES, and supplementary Transferology changes on the horizon.

11:40-12:00pm

Concluding Remarks  (South Room)

12:00-12:40

Ask the Experts (South Room)

Last Updated: 11/19/19