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Registrar's Announcements : The Fall term is now under way.  Here are some enrollment reminders:  To receive credit and a grade for a class you must be officially registered in MySSU by September 3rd.  "Sitting in" on a class or "crashing" is not official and you will not earn credit. 
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What We Do

The Office of the Registrar maintains academic records at Sonoma State University. If you’ve wanted to know “How do I get my transcripts?” or “How do I register for classes?” or "How do I apply for graduation?"  the Office of the Registrar is the place to go. The Registrar is also responsible for creating class schedules, and where students can add or drop a class.

The Office of the Registrar houses all student and alumni transcripts. The grades that current students can access through MySSU are maintained in the registrar's office. Alumni can order their academic records for graduate school or career purposes. The Office of the Registrar releases academic record information in compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act.

Another very important function of the Office of the Registrar is clearing students to graduate. The application that lists all of your coursework and is signed by your advisor and department chair must be filed with the registrar's office by specific dates in order to graduate in spring, summer or winter.