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Welcome to the Registrar's Office

The Registrar's Office remains open during the summer months and will have in-office hours Mondays and Wednesdays from 10am - 2pm and Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:30am - 4:30pm. Any requests will continue to be responded to in the order they are received within 1 to 3 business days; all requests should include your student ID# and complete course information. To ensure the best handling of your request, please reach out to - you need only email once! If you have not received a response by the 3rd business day please feel free to reach back or give us a call at 719-389-6610.

First-Year Registration Week Starts July 28th!

First-Year Registration for the Fall 2021 Semester will take place in Add/Drop this year, beginning Wednesday, July 28th at 9am (MST) and finishing on Wednesday, August 4th at 5pm (MST).

During this week (7/28/21-8/4/21), Add/Drop will be unavailable to returning students. 
Add/Drop is the live registration application in Banner SSB. Learn more about Add/Drop and First-Year Registration in our Registration tab.
Visit the Advising Hub or CC Bound pages for more first-year student resources.


In support of the academic and college missions, the Registrar's Office implements, administers, monitors, and supports the academic policies of Colorado College in a highly accurate, honest and ethical manner.

The Registrar identifies functions which can be improved upon, identifies and resolves problems, and defines issues through the systematic application and analysis of academic and student data maintained by the office.

Members of the Registrar's Office staff assemble and maintain accurate and complete academic student data, in addition to the college's current and historical academic data. The staff strives to provide efficient, quality service to students, faculty and other college constituencies.

The Registrar's Office supports the college's mission and antiracism initiatives by providing a welcoming climate to students, faculty and staff, thus encouraging students to communicate freely regarding the integrity of the college's academic policies, by expecting students to be ultimately responsible for their degree progress and to support them in their efforts.


(719) 389-6613 | Armstrong Hall
Administrative Assistant
(719) 389-6122 | Armstrong Hall
Sr. Academic Records Assistant
(719) 389-6611 | Armstrong Hall
Academic Records Assistant
(719) 389-6612 | Armstrong Hall
P/T Academic Records Assistant
(719) 389-6855 | Armstrong Hall
Registrar Systems Administrator
(719) 389-6312 | Armstrong Hall, #112A

A viable office to know on campus is the Registrar's Office. From transferring credits in, to registering for classes, verifying enrollment, and working with you through graduation (and beyond!) The Registrar and his staff are here to ensure the integrity of the student record while engaging students to be aware of academic policies and procedures.

The Registrar's Office is dedicated to supporting students with:

  • FERPA Requests, Address and Name Changes
  • Registration Questions (Add/Drop, Preregistration, and Waitlists)
  • Maintaining Student Academic Records
  • Transcript Requests, Diploma Replacements
  • Credit Transfer (includes AP/IB) 
  • Creating Senior Thesis and Independent Study 
  • Degree Evaluation and Stellic Audit
  • Certifying Eligibility for Graduation
  • Apply to Graduate
  • Enrollment Verifications
  • VA Enrollment Certifications
  • Major and Minor Declarations
  • Grade Track Changes and Excused Grade Petitions


Take a look below at our responses to commonly asked questions but feel free to call us at 719-389-6610 or send an email to if there is anything further we can assist with.

See our Transfer Credit Guidelines page for more information
One unit at CC is equal to four (4) credit hours at a semester school or six (6) credit hours for a quarter term school.

The Registrar's Office at Colorado College will accept official transcripts from an accredited univeristy via the following two ways: 

  • Electronically: official transcripts can be emailed to
  • By Paper: official transcripts can be mailed to Office of the Registrar, Colorado College, 14 East Cache La Poudre St., Colorado Springs, CO 80903

*PLEASE NOTE* In order for an official transcript to be accepted for evaluation, they must come directly from an accredited institution either directly or through their ordering services. If an official transcript is being sent via mail the envelope must remain sealed, untampered with in order to remain official. Unofficial transcripts will not be accepted. 

See our Registration pages for more information

Students have until 5pm of the second day of the block to add a new class. A COI (consent of instructor) PIN is required for any class adds (including new and swaps). This PIN (6-letter combination) will be obtained from the instructor of the new course and can be used in Add/Drop in Banner to officially register. 

*PLEASE NOTE* If a professor adds you to their Canvas page for you to access the course materials this is NOT considered an official registration change. Students are responsible for their registration and must obtain the COI PIN from the professor and use this 6-letter code in Add/Drop to officially update their registration. 

Students have until 5pm of the second Tuesday of the block to drop their class. They may do so in Add/Drop in Banner which will also send a notification to the instructor on their behalf. Students are still required to complete a Block Off form with the Student Opportunities and Advising Hub (the Hub) for official approval on taking the block off. 

*PLEASE NOTE* If a professor drops you from their Canvas page this is NOT considered an official registration change. Students are responsible for their registration and must drop their class in Add/Drop to officially update their registration and complete the Block Off paperwork in the Hub. 

The Office of the Registrar oversees student's eligibility for graduation ensuring that all degree requirements have been met. See the Commencement page for more information about Graduation Ceremonies
Students who have enough units to be eligible for graduation will be contacted by the Registrar via email prior to each graduating term (Winter, Spring, and Summer). Students who are eligible will be able to complete the Apply For Graduation application available from the Student menu in Banner.
See our Transcripts page for more information

Official transcripts are ordered online at coloradocollege/offices/registrar/transcripts (also available electronically!)

Unofficial transcripts can be requested by calling the Registrar's Office at 719-389-6610 or sending an email request to

College students' records are protected by the Family Educational Right and Privacy Act (FERPA). It restricts institutions from releasing grades and other educational records without the student's written permission. Students may view their grades online through the student system, Self-Service Banner (SSB), after grades have been submitted and recorded by the registrar's office. Since the system is student-controlled, we encourage students to share grade information with their parents. Parents can view grades through the SSB system by knowing their student's ID number and passcode. Students can also make a written request for a transcript to be sent to parents from the registrar's office. Colorado College does not mail grade reports home, it is the student's responsibility to share grades with their parents.
The Registrar's Office can print an official letter to state that you are a full-time student, when you plan to graduate, grade point average, or other enrollment information as needed by your health insurance company, auto insurance company, or other entity. Simply fill out the online verification of enrollment request form and return it for processing. We kindly as for 2-3 business days for processing requests.
Students are able to review and their information at the beginning of each semester through the Term Check-In process. The Term Check-In process now allows students to update their current/physical address as well! If any changes need to be made outside of Term Check-In, a request form may be filled out to complete the request. If you do not see a request form for the change that needs to be made, please feel free to give us a call or send an email and we'd be happy to further assist you.
The Registrar's Office oversees address changes for students. A request form is available online to complete and return to our office for processing at: If a parent address needs to be updated, please connect further with Parents & Families.

If the name change is unofficial (preferred, chosen) you may stop by, give us a call, or send us an email and we are happy to update your record.

If the name change is a legal name change, please fill out the appropriate form available on our Forms page and provide a copy of the official documentation (court order, marriage license, social security card, divorce decree).

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