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Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Welcome Center
2nd Floor


Phone: (336) 770-3295
Fax: (336) 631-1576

Mail: Office of the Registrar,
1533 South Main Street
Winston-Salem, NC

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 Office of the Registrar

The Office of the Registrar maintains student records, oversees registration, records grades, provides transcripts, answers residency questions, certifies students for veteran's benefits, resets PIN numbers for E-Z Arts, provides enrollment verifications, and facilitates graduation.


Links are provided for information regarding transcripts, residency status requirements, academic calendar dates, military benefits, and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) . Students with access to E-Z Arts web services may also view class schedules and information on their own student records.


Upcoming Dates and Deadlines

Course Planning (Meet with your advisors) March 30-April 3
Schedule for Preregistration for Fall 2015 college courses:  
Current C3s and all continuing graduate students April 6-24
Current C2 students April 7-24
Current C1 students April 8-24
UNCSA Summer Session Online- Registration begins

Apr 6

Check and Clear all Holds before registering for classes in E-Z Arts

Withdrawal Policy

Students are expected to complete the courses in which they are registered at the close of the Add/Drop period. Beginning with the second week of classes, students must withdraw from classes and accept a grade of W. W grades will appear on the transcript, count in attempted hours and will be used in the calculation of the Surcharge and Satisfactory Academic Progress for financial aid purposes. Effective for Fall 2014, students may withdraw from a course with a grade of W for no more than 16 credit hours over the course of their degree program. W grades earned prior to Fall 2014 are exempt from the limit. Students who have a qualifying extenuating circumstance may petition for a withdrawal that does not count toward their W limit. Students must submit their petition and supporting documentation to the Case Manager in Student Affairs in the semester the circumstance occurred. If the petition is approved, a grade of WE will be entered for each course. Once a student has reached the maximum allowable W grades, no further withdrawals will be allowed, and the student will have to accept the grade earned at the end of the semester unless a WE petition is granted. This change is designed to help students stay in classes they need in order graduate within four years.