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Registrar's Office

Registrar's Office

Josh Castle


Annette Fitzgerald   

Enrollment and Records Administrator

Jessica Giles

Registrar's Office Manager

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.