Office of the Registrar

Office of the Registrar

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Office of the Registrar


Change Majors, Add Minors, Concentrations

Students who want to change or add majors, minors and career concentrations need to fill out the appropriate paperwork at the Office of the Registrar, Student Services Center 150. For minors and career concentrations paperwork will then need to be taken to the academic department for their signature. What majors need permission?

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150 Warren Student Services Center
570-389-4263
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Office Hours
  Fall — M-F, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
  Spring — M-F, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
  Summer — M-F, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

CEEB 2646
Federal School Code 003315

BU's Office of the Registrar is the central office for student scheduling and registration, as well as commencement, college transcripts, scheduling, undergraduate degree clearance, enrollment verifications, military credits, transfer credits, changing of a major, declaring a minor, and processing declaring a concentration.

IMPORTANT SPRING DETAILS

» Scheduling will continue through the add/drop period which ends on Tuesday, January 27. The Course withdrawal period begins on Wednesday, January 28th and ends on Friday, April 3rd. Students can withdrawal from a course in ISIS.
» This is a critical time to run your degree audit (academic requirements) in ISIS to keep you on track for graduation. You can also set up a meeting with your advisor to discuss any concerns.
» Undergraduate Graduation applications for Spring graduation are due to your department by February 15; applications for Summer graduation are due to your department by March 1. See your department for further questions. If you are planning to graduate in the Spring or Summer semesters, please run your degree audit (academic requirements) to ensure that all requirements have been satisfied. Discuss any discrepancies with your academic advisor.

New Transfer Course Equivalency Application

The course equivalency application is designed to allow students and advisors to look up a course at another institution and immediately see the Bloomsburg Equivalency. Prior to coming to the Office of the Registrar to complete a Prior Approval form, use this application to determine what the Bloomsburg Equivalency will be.

Always meet with your academic advisor for specific information concerning transfer courses and their application to your degree requirements.

Course Equivalency Search