The Office of the Registrar is located in Gillett Hall Room 121 and is open Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Melissa Tole, Registrar
In addition to serving as an academic resource and a conduit of academic information for students and faculty, the registrar maintains academic records, the university catalog, integrity of transcript data, verifies enrollment, schedules courses and classrooms in preparation for registration and provides assistance during registration. The registrar also provides insight on academic policy proposal and implementation, institutional history, oversees compliance to academic and privacy policies, evaluates and posts transfer credit, creates documents to support advising, processes transcript requests, updates student information and performs degree audits and conferral.
Effective with the 2019 Fall term, all undergraduate and graduate courses at Benedictine University will be renumbered from three-digits to four-digits. Subject codes will remain as a three-, four-, and six-letter system.
Fore more information and tools to help you figure out the new system, please go to our Course Renumbering website. Here, you will find information on why we renumbered, the goal of the project, a listing of the old and new course numbering sequence, and two tools to find specific courses and their new numbers.
If you have specific questions about a course, please check the 2019-2020 Course Catalog.
DEADLINE EXTENSION: Apply now for 2020 Spring Graduation. Students applying for 2020 Winter Winter or Spring will have to fill out a Late Graduation Application Form after December 1 and pay a one-time, non-refundable $150 late fee in addition to the graduation fees.
These are the future deadlines for online graduation applications using MyBenU:
Summer 2020, which is an August 31 conferral date: Application deadline is January 1, 2020. Application will be available on October 2, 2019.
Fall 2020, which is a December 31 conferral date: Application deadline is March 1, 2020. Application will open December 1, 2019.
To apply for late graduation, CLICK HERE
Do you require an Enrollment Verification Code or want to obtain a Degree Verify Certificate? BenU has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to process these requests. Follow the self-service directions on the Enrollment and Degree Verification page to submit your request and print your certificate.
To view more information about Benedictine Mesa's 2020 graduation CLICK HERE.
Benedictine Mesa provides a free diploma to each student upon graduation. Students can expect their diploma in the mail within two months of graduating. For additional information on your diploma, CLICK HERE.
Internship Process for Academic Credit: The following information will assist students in obtaining, if eligible, academic credit for work in an internship. If interested please read the guidelines and fill out the appropriate paperwork with your academic advisor. The Career Services Webpage also has additional resources and references.
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