Information and guides for students and faculty related to courses, grades and student records.

Need assistance? Contact the Office of the Registrar at (219) 989-2210 (Hammond) or (219) 785-5342 (Westville). Please provide your email address when leaving a voicemail message.

For in person assistance, visit the Office of the Registrar in Lawshe Room 130 (Hammond) or Schwarz Room 120 (Westville).

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FERPA and Directory Information

Passed by Congress in 1974, the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) grants students specific rights regarding their education record.

Learn More About FERPA

Annual Notification of Student Rights

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Register for Classes

Students register for classes through the myPNW portal. For undergraduate students, taking at least 15 credit hours per semester will keep you on the path to graduation.

How to Register for Classes Online

Course Descriptions

Class Schedule

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Change Your Major

The Change of Degree Objective (CODO) process is used to update a student’s major or other curriculum data in PNW’s student-information system.

Learn More

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Academic Catalog

Your go-to reference for everything from programs of study and degree requirements to academic policies and regulations.

2023-24 Academic Catalog

Additional Policies and Regulations

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Office of the Registrar

(219) 989-2210

Student Resources

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Graduation and Commencement

Follow the steps to commencement, from applying to graduate to purchasing your cap and gown and getting your guest tickets.

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myPNW Proxy Access

See the process for granting a parent or guardian access to view your student information.

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Veterans Enrollment Certification

Learn how to use your VA Education benefits at PNW.

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Registrar FAQs

Get answers to your frequently asked questions about registration, enrollment and graduation.

Faculty Resources

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Academic Scheduling

See guidelines for changing the official schedule of classes.

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Initial Course Participation

Faculty and instructors must certify attendance of all enrolled students within the first two weeks of each semester.

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Submitting Final Grades

Final grades for summer 2024 are due on Tuesday, August 6, by 5 p.m. (Central).