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UNF Records and Registration

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Privacy of Student Records and FERPA

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law which affords applicants and students certain rights with respect to their educational records. The intent of this law is to protect the privacy of students and their records.

Learn More about FERPA

Ordering a UNF Transcript

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Faculty and Staff Resources

A convenient page for Faculty and Staff to get more information about University processes.

About the Office

After a student has matriculated at UNF, the Office of Records and Registration handles many of the services a student needs during his or her academic career and beyond. Our job is to handle those needs efficiently and accurately. We work daily with current students, past students, faculty, staff, and advisors to provide reliable, friendly service.

Whether it is a simple matter of answering a question or investigating a complex issue, we take pride in knowing that we put forth our best effort every time. Some of our typical student functions include:

  • Transcript requests
  • Enrollment verifications
  • Major changes
  • Petitions
  • Tuition waivers, and
  • Commencement

On the University level, we manage various processes including:

  • Setting up and closing down registration cycles
  • Registration time ticketing
  • Grade processing
  • Academic standing processing
  • Course catalog maintenance
  • Course scheduling, and
  • Classroom reservations

Above all else, our number one priority is to ensure the confidentiality of student records in accordance with the provisions of various federal, state, and university regulations, including the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA).

Please take a look at the quick links above or the navigation bar at the top of the page to find topics you may be interested in.

Warmly,

The Office of Records and Registration