Office of the Registrar

Office of the Registrar


Office of the Registrar

Change Majors or Add Minors

Students who want to change or add majors and minors need to fill out the appropriate paperwork at the Office of the Registrar, Student Services Center 150. Minors 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
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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

Bloomsburg University'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, or declaring a minor.

Dismissal, Academic Probation Instructions & Procedures

Once final grades are posted, those students who fail to meet the good academic standing criteria are subject to probation or dismissal from the institution. The relevant academic policies and information may be found at the following links:

» Undergraduate Academic Retention Standards Policy
» General Academic Dismissal Information
» Appeals Information
» Counseling Center Authorization Form

Students are required to view their grades via the MyHusky application. Failure to review grades via MyHusky is not considered to be a reason for appeal of dismissal from the institution. Failure to have a current and accurate address on file in the Office of the Registrar is also not considered to be reason for an appeal of dismissal from the institution.

Students who are dismissed from the institution are sent a certified letter and an email of dismissal from the Office of the Registrar. These letters will be mailed to students the week of December 26, 2016. Students have the right to appeal. Appeals are due in the Office of the Registrar no later than January 9, 2017. Letters of appeals should be emailed as well as a hard copy sent to the Office of the Registrar.

Students who have an “I” or “X” grade are evaluated for academic standing and are still eligible for probation or dismissal based upon the remaining grades posted to their record.

Adding, Dropping and Withdrawing

For the Spring 2017 semester, the last day to add and drop a course is Monday, January 30.

After the add/drop period is over the course withdrawal period begins. Students CANNOT drop courses after the add/drop period is over, you must withdraw from a course using MyHusky. Further instructions on how to withdraw from a course can be found on this webpage once the withdraw period has begun for each semester.

» Log into MyHusky
» How to swap a course
» How to add a course
» How to drop a course

Withdrawal Information Winter 2016

At the conclusion of the drop/add period, students withdraw from a course through MyHusky. The withdrawal period for every term begins at the conclusion of drop/add. For the Winter term the last day to withdraw from a course is Friday, January 13. Please refer to Enrollment Dates for further information.
Students can withdraw from one or all of their courses through MyHusky. Once the process is complete, you will see a “W” grade next to the course in MyHusky. Please verify that you have received a “W” grade in MyHusky. If you do not see a “W” grade you have not been withdrawn from the class.
If you have a hold that prevents you from dropping (withdrawing) a course, you will need to go to the Office of the Registrar for further assistance.
Please see the links below to log into MyHusky or for further instructions.
» Log into MyHusky
» Course Withdrawal Instructions

New Transfer Course Equivalency Tool

The course equivalency tool 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 tool 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 Tool