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Registrar's Office

Registrar's Office

Josh Castle

Registrar
802.322.1672
josh.castle@goddard.edu

Erin Gravelle    

Enrollment and Records Administrator
802.322.1711
erin.gravelle@goddard.edu

Annette Fitzgerald   

Enrollment and Records Administrator
802.322.1671
annette.fitzgerald@goddard.edu

Jessica Giles

Registrar's Office Manager
802.322.1675
jessica.giles@goddard.edu

The Registrar’s Office oversees student academic records, registration and enrollment. Current students may interact with the Registrar’s Office in the following ways:

  • For information on and questions about the Student Information System (SIS), which stores and provides access to student academic records
  • To request a transcript
  • Indication of intent, pre-registration and registration
  • Changes in enrollment status such as withdrawals, leaves of absence and extensions
  • Enrollment verifications and student loan deferrals
  • For information on transfer credit and between semester studies
  • For information on graduation and diplomas
  • Contact information updates and legal name changes
  • Veteran student services
  • International student services.
Goddard graduates and former students may contact us for the following:
  • To request a transcript, and for support in explaining how to read a Goddard transcript to the recipients
  • Degree verifications
  • Diploma reprints

Recipients of Goddard transcripts or other student enrollment information are welcome to contact us with questions.

Goddard College's academic records are as unique as its academic programs - and the students who come to school here. At most colleges and universities, academic records consist of lists of courses taken and grades received. At Goddard, each student has a file full of narrative evaluations documenting that student's learning and growth. These evaluations are written by advisors. When a student requests a transcript, these records are compiled into a document that tells the reader far more than a list of courses and grades ever could. A Goddard transcript tells the reader something about who the student is as a learner and as a person, what the student's academic interests and passions are, what they learned, and even how they learn best.