Welcome to the CAS Registrar’s Office
The mission of the Registrar’s office is to support students, faculty, and the institution by maintaining and safeguarding student records, providing resources and information to the Lewis & Clark community, and upholding academic policy. In this role, the Registrar’s Office seeks to create collaborative relationships with students, faculty, and staff while implementing academic policies in a fair, transparent, and consistent manner. The Registrar’s Office is committed to preserving the accuracy and privacy of student academic records and to protecting the integrity of the institution by complying with both institutional policies and external higher education guidelines.
Monday - Friday from 8:30am to 4pm
REGISTRATION: UPCOMING SEMESTERS
Special information for our incoming Freshmen and Transfer students can be found by using the navigation link on the right side of this page.
More information is available on the Waitlist page.
IMPORTANT! Waitlist time period now 2 days.
For all the important news - please see the information posted on the Commencement Website.
NAME PRONUNCIATION VERIFICATION DROP-IN SESSIONS
If you plan to attend commencement, please take advantage of this opportunity to meet with Professor FitzGibbon. We want to be sure that you are properly recognized in front of your friends and family. If there is anything unusual or challenging about the pronunciation of your name, you are encouraged to attend one of these drop in sessions. We do recommend that you attend an early session - do not wait until the last moment. The last session is typically extremely busy and the wait is lengthy.
Tuesday, April 19th, 12:00-2:00 p.m.
Thursday, April 21st, 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Wednesday, April 27th, 1:00-3:00 p.m.
Friday, April 29th, 2:00-4:00 p.m.
All sessions are held in Evans 125.
THE ADD/DROP PERIOD
LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION
ASSESSING YOUR ACADEMIC PROGRESS
You may track your academic progress by using a Program Evaluation.
The Program Evaluation displays the requirements for your specific degree, and documents the courses you have used to satisfy each of those requirements. It also shows any substitute courses that have been approved for use in place of the regularly required course.
If you think that a course should be used to satisfy a requirement, but it is not reflected on your program evaluation, you should contact the Registrar’s office to inquire. Some courses – such as Topics classes like ENG-333, have to be forced to satisfy the requirement manually, as the topic has to be verified. We normally do that upon request of the student.
Directions for viewing or printing your program evaluation can be found at:
If you have questions about your program evaluation, contact:
Last names beginning with:
APPLYING FOR GRADUATION
DECEMBER 2016 GRADUATION
Applications for December 2016 degree completion are now being accepted.
The last day to apply for December 2016 graduation is May 1, 2016.
Please see the detailed directions for submitting your application. Please note that you will be required to meet briefly with a Degree Audit staff member when you submit your application. We encourage you to submit your form early as lines are long during the last few days of the application period.
Late applications are not accepted. Applications received after May 1st will be considered for Spring 2017.
If you missed the deadline for August 2016 graduation, you may apply for December 2016. If you have questions, please contact the CAS Registrar’s Office.
CALCULATING YOUR GPA
CATALOGS & CALENDARS