The Registrar’s office handles a number of things that are vital to your college academic life, from start to finish. The Registrar is involved in class scheduling, transfer evaluations, transcript requests, and receiving, maintaining and processing educational records and forms. For example, check here if there’s a form you need to apply to a major, or in order to get approved for graduation, or if you’re wondering when your exams are this term.
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Office of the Registrar
PO Box 717
Bryn Athyn, PA 19009
New students and returning students follow different registration processes. Click here to see the procedures for both groups and to access advisor information (for new students) and SONIS links (for returning students).
Transcripts are a record of your academic performance at Bryn Athyn College. When applying to graduate schools, specialized educational programs, or certain internships, your transcripts are often required as part of the application. Transcript requests must be made in writing by the student. The Transcript Request form is available online or at the Registrar’s office.
For transfer credit evaluation, please send your official college transcripts from all previous institutions to the Admissions Office at:
Bryn Athyn College Admissions
PO Box 462
Bryn Athyn, PA 19009
The Admissions team will then work with the Registrar’s Office to get your evaluation completed and delivered to you.
The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act requires colleges and universities to get a student’s permission to discuss their financial information with anybody other than the student. This includes seeing the financial aid package and paying for the costs associated with their education. The Release of Student Information form is available online or at the Registrar’s office.
In order to officially apply to a major, print out the Application to a Major Form, fill out the top portion, and submit the form to your Major Advisor. The list of Major Advisors is provided on the form.
The mail room is staffed M-F, 10:30-1:30. To send mail/packages to students, please follow the following format to ensure delivery:
2945 College Drive, Box 717
Bryn Athyn, PA 19009-0717
For information on Adding/Dropping courses, advising, the grading system, the grievance procedure, academic integrity violations, and more, please see our Academic Policies, which are excerpted from the Bryn Athyn College Student Handbook.
If you intend to withdraw from Bryn Athyn College for any reason, you must follow the withdrawal procedure in order to avoid incurring any additional fees. The Withdrawal Form includes the step-by-step procedure.