Registrar's Office FAQ | Judson University Christian College

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Where is the Registrar’s Office?

  • We’re located on the 2nd Floor of Lindner Tower. We are available by appointment only.

How did my courses transfer to Judson?

  • Check your degree audit to see how classes transferred.
  • There’s a how-to video on the ‘Student Info’ tab in MyJudson. Still have questions? Schedule an appointment with your advisor, or with our Transfer Student Director.
    If you think courses are missing, or if the transfer courses are still showing as “IP” (In Progress), make sure you have the updated transcript sent to Judson ASAP.

I took AP, CLEP, or dual credit courses in high school, and I don’t see them on my records.

  • Make sure the official score reports and/or college transcripts have been sent to Judson. We do not grant credit based on high school transcripts. If you sent your documents, but still don’t see the courses on your records, contact the Registrar’s Office.

I have a CRED hold on my account. What do I do?

  • Order an official copy of your transcript to be sent to the Registrar’s Office ASAP. Once we have the final transcript, the hold will be lifted. If you’re trying to register, email a copy of the order receipt to the Registrar’s Office, and we’ll be happy to assist you.

I need to change my schedule.

  • Go to the ‘Course Offerings’ tab in MyJudson to drop courses and to search for new classes. There’s also a how-to video on the ‘Student Info’ tab.
    Starting the first day of term (August 24), you’ll need to complete add/drop paperwork instead (located on the ‘Student Info’ tab under “Student Forms” on the left). Please be aware there are additional fees for changes made after the start of term.

I can’t register for classes. What do I do?

  • If it’s after the first day of term, you’ll need to complete add/drop paperwork. The forms are located on the ‘Student Info’ tab under “Student Forms” on the left. Please be aware there are additional fees for change made after the start of term.
  • If you’re making changes prior to the term start, check for holds on your account by logging into MyJudson. Click the profile icon in the upper right corner, and click on the ‘My Profile and Settings’ link. You’ll find holds listed under “Academic Information” on the left. Contact the relevant department to resolve the hold.
  • Still having trouble? Give the Registrar’s Office a call (make sure you know your student ID number).

I want to change my major/minor.

  • Complete the ‘Major/Minor Declaration/Change’ form (located on the ‘Student Info’ tab under “Student Forms” on the left). When the form has been processed, you’ll be notified via your student email.

Who is my advisor?

  • Log into MyJudson and click on the ‘Student Info’ tab. You’ll see your advisor’s name listed at the top of the page. Click the envelope icon to send them an email.

What are my midterm/final grades?

  • To find your midterm grades, click on the ‘Midterm Grade Report’ link on the ‘Student Info’ tab in MyJudson.
  • To find your final grades, view your Unofficial Transcript. A PDF version can be found on the ‘Student Info’ tab.

Can you talk to my parent/guardian?

  • We’d be happy to share information with individuals outside Judson, but you’ll need to complete a FERPA Release form first. You can authorize Judson to talk with outside parties by completing the form, located on the ‘Student Info’ tab in MyJudson, under “Resources” on the right.

Need to talk to us about something else?

  • Schedule an appointment, or call us at 847-628-1155.

Student Success and Registrar's Office Staff

Virginia L. Guth
Vice President for Student Success and

University Registrar

 

Maria Aguirre
Academic Advisor - Adult Professional (BA) and Graduate

 

Kat Hamilton
Academic Advisor - Adult Professional (AA)

 

Caitlin Kiel
Assistant to the Registrar:
Catalog and Reporting

 

Kirsten Olson

Transfer Student Director

 

Jill A. Hargis
Graduation Advisor

 

Rebecca Huguley
Registrar's Office Coordinator
Transcript Orders and Enrollment Verifications

 

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