The Registrarís Office provides services related to studentsí academic
record from initial enrollment in a degree program to completion of the degree. Please see
restrictions and general information for students who have not
been formally admitted to FIT through the Office of Admissions.
SERVICES WE PROVIDE
(Select any link below for more information)
A degree audit is a computer based assessment showing the progress a
student is making toward meeting degree requirements. The degree audit
takes into account the major requirements, transfer credit, completed
courses and courses in progress.
have questions about your graduation status or any of the information
contained on the degree audit and would like to speak to a Registrar,
bring a printed copy of the degree audit to
The Registrar's Office verifies student enrollment at FIT.
Students often need this verification for health insurance, or
reimbursement of tuition by an employer, or many other reasons as well.
All requests for this information should be made in
Room C-158. To verify past
enrollment at FIT, you may also request a
End of term grades are available to students via the
online student information system shortly after the completion of each term. If there is a
question about a final grade, the student must resolve the issue
directly with the instructor who taught the course. If a change of grade is
authorized by the instructor, the change of grade will be submitted
directly from the academic department to the Registrarís Office.
This encompasses the services related to a students progress toward
earning a degree, including graduation advisement, providing the degree
audit, certifying the final degree and issuing the diploma.
The Registrar's Office now offers many student services on the web.
online student information system you can update your
personal information, register for classes, check your grades, as well as access
student services provided by other FIT offices.
The Registrars are responsible for
transfer credit evaluation in consultation with major and liberal arts
departments, for tracking students' progress towards the degree, and for
providing graduation advisement.
The Registrarís Office maintains the studentsí chronological academic
history in the form of a transcript. The official record can be
requested by completing the transcript request form. An unofficial
record can be accessed by the student through the
TRANSFER CREDIT EVALUATION
All transfer credits are approved and posted to the student record by
the Registrarís Office. Liberal arts transfer credits are evaluated and
approved by the Registrar's Office in consultation with appropriate
liberal arts departments if necessary. Major or related area transfer
credits are evaluated and approved by the major department. Students
should contact the major department upon their initial arrival on campus
to arrange an appointment for a review of major courses for possible