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Registrar

Hours

Office Hours:
Mon - Fri
8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Summer Hours:
Mon - Fri
8:30 am - 4 pm

Contact the Registrar

Unistructure, MRC 1400
401-232-6080
401-232-6065

The Office of the Registrar provides administrative support and service to students, alumni, faculty, staff, and administrators of Bryant University in the areas of registration, academic records, graduation, and classroom management, curriculum management and academic policies and procedures.

Undergraduate Registration
Traditional course load for undergraduate registration is 15 credits. Undergraduates must be registered for 12 credits to be considered full-time. Failure to maintain a 12-credit course load could affect billing, financial aid and athletic eligibility.   Nontraditional students may register for no more than 11 credits. Registration for 12 or more credits will be assessed at the full-time rate.

Registration Times 
Confirm your registration status in Banner in advance of your scheduled registration time. If you do not have a time ticket contact the Registrar's Office. Registration Dates. Additional information regarding earned credit hours and ticket assignment is available in the: 

Registration Schedule

Preparing for Registration
It is important to plan your course schedule in advance of your registration date (date of your time ticket) and clear all possible registration holds. Appointments can be made with Undergraduate Advising well in advance of your registration date for registration advice. Students can run a personal degree evaluation in Banner to ensure all degree requirements are being met. 

Please consult the Web Registration Computer Usage Policy before beginning the registration process.

Video Tutorials

Undergraduate Registration
Traditional course load for undergraduate registration is 15 credits. Undergraduates must be registered for 12 credits to be considered full-time. Failure to maintain a 12-credit course load could affect billing, financial aid and athletic eligibility.   Nontraditional students may register for no more than 11 credits. Registration for 12 or more credits will be assessed at the full-time rate.

Registration Times 
Confirm your registration status in Banner in advance of your scheduled registration time. If you do not have a time ticket contact the Registrar's Office. Registration Dates. Additional information regarding earned credit hours and ticket assignment is available in the: 

Registration Schedule

Preparing for Registration
It is important to plan your course schedule in advance of your registration date (date of your time ticket) and clear all possible registration holds. Appointments can be made with Undergraduate Advising well in advance of your registration date for registration advice. Students can run a personal degree evaluation in Banner to ensure all degree requirements are being met. 

Please consult the Web Registration Computer Usage Policy before beginning the registration process.

Video Tutorials

Students can choose to add to an available waitlist seat in courses that are at full capacity. Once a seat becomes available, the electronic waitlist system notifies the first waitlisted student of the availability through a Bryant email notification.  Upon notification, students will have 48 hours to go into Banner and add the class. If they fail to do so, they will be dropped from the waitlist and the next student in line will be automatically notified.

Wait List - Student FAQ

Students can choose to add to an available waitlist seat in courses that are at full capacity. Once a seat becomes available, the electronic waitlist system notifies the first waitlisted student of the availability through a Bryant email notification.  Upon notification, students will have 48 hours to go into Banner and add the class. If they fail to do so, they will be dropped from the waitlist and the next student in line will be automatically notified.

Wait List - Student FAQ

Schedule Adjustments (Add/Drop/Withdrawal from a course)
Form below under forms

Active students can add courses to their current schedule during the first 7 days of the term.

Continuing students can drop courses off their schedule during the first 14 days of the term.

First semester students must meet with their advisor for any schedule adjustments.

Students may withdraw from a course with a “W” after the first two weeks of the term through the 10th week of the term.

If you have any questions about this process please contact the Registrar's Office.

Schedule Adjustments (Add/Drop/Withdrawal from a course)
Form below under forms

Active students can add courses to their current schedule during the first 7 days of the term.

Continuing students can drop courses off their schedule during the first 14 days of the term.

First semester students must meet with their advisor for any schedule adjustments.

Students may withdraw from a course with a “W” after the first two weeks of the term through the 10th week of the term.

If you have any questions about this process please contact the Registrar's Office.

All undergraduate students are required to officially declare a major/concentration by the end of the second regular term of their sophomore year.

All undergraduate students are required to officially declare a major/concentration by the end of the second regular term of their sophomore year.

Every Bryant University student intending to graduate within the academic year must apply through their Banner account beginning the fall semester.

  • Confirm your degree, major, concentration and/or minor information is correct.
  • Confirm all your degree requirements will be fulfilled by the intended graduation date.

Every Bryant University student intending to graduate within the academic year must apply through their Banner account beginning the fall semester.

  • Confirm your degree, major, concentration and/or minor information is correct.
  • Confirm all your degree requirements will be fulfilled by the intended graduation date.

On-Line
The National Student Clearinghouse online ordering process will guide you through delivery options and fees. Once you place your order you will receive e-mail updates regarding the status of your request. Visit Getmytranscript.com to request your transcript online.

In Person
Office of the Registrar, Unistructure Building, MRC 1400. 

Replacement Diploma
Request a replacement diploma here.

On-Line
The National Student Clearinghouse online ordering process will guide you through delivery options and fees. Once you place your order you will receive e-mail updates regarding the status of your request. Visit Getmytranscript.com to request your transcript online.

In Person
Office of the Registrar, Unistructure Building, MRC 1400. 

Replacement Diploma
Request a replacement diploma here.

All undergraduate students who plan to withdraw or take a leave of absence from Bryant University are required to complete the official leave process through the Office of the Registrar. Students are considered active and responsible academically unless they withdraw formally from the University.

All graduate students who plan to withdraw from Bryant University are required to notify and complete an official withdrawal form with the Graduate Program Director.

Official Withdrawal and Leave of Absence Policy

All undergraduate students who plan to withdraw or take a leave of absence from Bryant University are required to complete the official leave process through the Office of the Registrar. Students are considered active and responsible academically unless they withdraw formally from the University.

All graduate students who plan to withdraw from Bryant University are required to notify and complete an official withdrawal form with the Graduate Program Director.

Official Withdrawal and Leave of Absence Policy

Bryant University is proud to work with students who are eligible to receive benefits through the military.  We also participate in the Yellow Ribbon program for students eligible for chapter 33 benefits at 100% coverage on a first-come, first-serve basis.  If you are eligible for benefits, you can obtain your certificate of eligibility and information on the types on benefits available by visiting Veteran's Affairs.  If you have any questions regarding this process, please contact Kerri Forbes (401) 232-6512.

Bryant University is proud to work with students who are eligible to receive benefits through the military.  We also participate in the Yellow Ribbon program for students eligible for chapter 33 benefits at 100% coverage on a first-come, first-serve basis.  If you are eligible for benefits, you can obtain your certificate of eligibility and information on the types on benefits available by visiting Veteran's Affairs.  If you have any questions regarding this process, please contact Kerri Forbes (401) 232-6512.

FERPA, or the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, was created in 1974 and is comprised of the rules governing the privacy of educational records. For a detailed description of the law see US Department of Education. FERPA is important because it defines your rights regarding your records, and it acts to protect the privacy and confidentiality of your educational records. Some records may be disclosed without your consent; this is called Directory Information.

Under the provision of the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act you have the right to withhold the disclosure of any or all the categories of Directory Information.  A request not to publish must be submitted in writing annually to the Office of the Registrar within two weeks of the start of each term.

FERPA, or the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, was created in 1974 and is comprised of the rules governing the privacy of educational records. For a detailed description of the law see US Department of Education. FERPA is important because it defines your rights regarding your records, and it acts to protect the privacy and confidentiality of your educational records. Some records may be disclosed without your consent; this is called Directory Information.

Under the provision of the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act you have the right to withhold the disclosure of any or all the categories of Directory Information.  A request not to publish must be submitted in writing annually to the Office of the Registrar within two weeks of the start of each term.

Anyone wishing to prevent the disclosure of their directory information must complete a Request to Prevent Disclosure of Directory Information form.

Students may choose to share access to their academic record using the proxy access system in Banner.  Students are able permit access and assign the categories of information to share.

Anyone wishing to prevent the disclosure of their directory information must complete a Request to Prevent Disclosure of Directory Information form.

Students may choose to share access to their academic record using the proxy access system in Banner.  Students are able permit access and assign the categories of information to share.