Welcome to the Office of the Registrar
We offer information and various online services to students, staff and faculty of CSUSB. You will find important dates & deadlines as well as links to all our key service areas. Please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team regarding any of our services.
Need more information or have additional questions? View the Registrar's FAQ's webpage. Have questions for our campus partners? Scroll down for quick links to Financial Aid and Student Financials.
|Day / Date||Description|
|Mar 26-31||Spring Break – No classes, but campus is OPEN Monday-Thursday|
|Mar 31||Campus CLOSED – Cesar Chavez Day Observed|
|Apr 21||Last Day to Submit Petition to Drop|
|May 6||Last Day of Spring Saturday Classes|
|May 12||Last Day of Spring Classes|
|May 13-19||Spring Finals|
|May 25||Spring Grades Due|
|May 29||Campus CLOSED – Memorial Holiday Observed|
|May 31||Spring Grades Available via myCoyote|
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The Office of the Registrar is committed to helping our students meet their degree objectives. By building positive working relationships with our students and providing quality services, we lead them through their academic careers today for successful professions tomorrow.
"Empowering our students to become tomorrow's professionals."
Class Registration, Class Permissions, Class Drops or Withdrawals, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
CSUSB transcripts, Grade Forgiveness, Return from a Leave of Absence, email us at: email@example.com
Transfer credits, PAWS reports, Grad Checks, Change of Major/Minor, Concurrent Enrollment, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The function of the records unit consists of many different processes including name changes, grade discounts for repeated courses...
The function of the registration unit consists of promoting registration periods, assisting in the registration process, MyCoyote navigation, withdrawal from the university, petitions to add...
The function of the evaluations unit consists of evaluating graduation requirements, credits from other transfer institutions, concurrent enrollments, change of majors, adding minors, processing certificate...
Articulation refers to how transfer units (for courses or external tests like AP and IB) or transfer programs (like the Associate Degrees for Transfer) are used to meet program requirements at CSUSB.