Registrar's Office

MISSION: The mission of the College Registrar is to provide the Bloomfield College community with high quality services related to academic programs, registration, advising, records, and graduation. We are committed to ensuring the integrity of academic records, maintaining the integrity of its institutional and educational records, enforcing policies and facilitating a culture that preserves the values and mission of Bloomfield College.

Our core functions are to serve as the College’s central service and academic support unit to:

  • Collect and record student and instructional academic program information, including conducting and managing processes related to registration (e.g. class rosters, course offerings, grades, registration, scheduling, verifications)
  • Coordinate and produce official enrollment and academic certification from academic records (e.g. transcripts/verifications, student-athete and veteran certifications)
  • Provide support for determining academic eligibility and academic progress (e.g. degree audits, suspensions, dismissals and probations, commencement certification)
  • Evaluate and process finalization of transfer credit for incoming under-graduate students
  • Provide data services to collect, process and provide access to information in support academic advising, instruction, and institutional decision-making
  • Officially respond to requests for information about students and programs, and serve as the official manager for access to and release of student academic and educational information (e.g. requests for information about individual and groups of students, including all issues related to FERPA).


In a flexible learning environment where there is a choice among educational programs and course offerings, it is important for students to prepare their schedules carefully each semester in consultation with an academic advisor/coaching counselor. A professional academic advisor/coaching counselor assists students in planning schedules. After the student has formally declared a major, an advisor who is familiar with the programmatic requirements of the major will be assigned.

While students are responsible for planning their schedules to meet all requirements for graduation, the academic advisor/coaching counselor is expect-ed to review with them the academic regulations, graduation requirements, curricular programs and course offerings, the registration process, and the student’s academic responsibilities as a member of the College community.

Meeting with your academic advisor/coaching counselor at least twice per semester will help you stay on track so that you can start and finish strong!


Students must officially enroll for each course taken. Registration is conducted in the fall for spring courses and in the spring for summer and fall courses.

Official registration includes:

  • Completion of all financial obligations with the Office of Student Financial Services.
  • Students without holds may register on-line using web advisor or Student Planning.

Failure to complete the above procedures will result in the student receiving no credit for courses.

If a student attends class without having completed these procedures, even if he/she has completed assignments, credit will not be awarded. Late registration or total change of academic program is possible only during the first week of the semester.

It is the student’s responsibility to be registered for classes and cleared through the Office of Student Financial Services. Students who attend classes and who are not properly registered and cleared will not be reinstated into the class and will not receive credit.

No change of program will be permitted after the end of the second week of classes.

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