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Benedictine University’s Office of the Registrars is dedicated to assisting students and faculty in maintaining educational records. There are many aspects of a student’s career which we are happy to help with. Some of the aspects of your educational journey which fall in our realm include…
Forms and web links for most of these items can be found on our home page, however sometimes navigating these topics is confusing and we are here to help.
Virtual appointments are offered Monday through Friday during the hours of 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (with the exception of 12:00-1:00). During these appointments you will meet one-on-one with a member of the Registrars staff to discuss your questions.
To schedule a virtual appointment, you need to book an appointment using your BenU email at https://outlook.office365.com/owa/calendar/BenedictineUniversity1167904@ben.edu/bookings/ (Please include your BenU ID number with your request.)
Upon scheduling your appointment, you will receive a confirmation email with your meeting time. For questions about your scheduled appointment, please email our office at Registrars@ben.edu or call us at 630-829-6349. We look forward to seeing you virtually to assist with all of your Registrar needs!
Mission: The Office of the Registrar supports the mission of Benedictine University and the Rule of Saint Benedict. The Office of the Registrar serves and supports current and prospective students, alumni, administration, staff, faculty, and surrounding communities. In compliance with all Federal and State regulations and utilizing technologies, the Office of the Registrar strives to safeguard and maintain academic records and uphold all university policies. The Office of the Registrar coordinates and collaborates in a strategic and purposeful manner in all Benedictine University endeavors. The staff of the Office of the Registrar operates with integrity, accuracy, professionalism, and confidentiality