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The Registrar report must completed by a dean or other college official who has access to your disciplinary record and to your academic record.
- The primary purpose of the Registrar Report is to confirm that you are or have been a student in good standing at the other colleges and universities you've attended.
- At many colleges and universities, the person who completes the Registrar Report may not personally know the applicant. While the report provides for a written evaluation, the form can be submitted without it.
- Applicants can choose to have their faculty advisor or another official who does know them submit a recommendation to be included with the College official's recommendation. These recommendations often comment on the student's experiences in and out of the classroom, their academic interests and possible major, and their motivation for seeking to transfer.
- If you have been found responsible for a disciplinary violation during your college career, the Admissions Committee will review the nature of violation and how it was resolved. We will use the the information provided by the college on page 2 of the College Official's Report and by the applicant on page 5 of the Transfer Application to determine the relative importance of the violation.