The Office of the Registrar is located in the basement of Old Main, Room 32. Nearby offices are Print/Postal Services and the Academic Support Center. Our office hours are 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday, and we are open over the Noon lunch hour each day.
You can contact us via any of the following:
Office of the Registrar, The University of Findlay
1000 North Main Street, Findlay, Ohio 45845
PHONE: 419-434-5101 FAX: 419-434-5565
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. How do I receive a copy of my transcript?
A. Our transcript request procedures on the UF webpage (Quick Find/Transcripts or Keyword: Transcripts) provide you all the information you need to request a transcript.
Q. Where do I stand in regards to graduation?
A. You can check your academic progress via your UF Student Academic Information page or by applying for graduation (undergraduate student/graduate student) and receiving an official graduation audit from the Office of the Registrar.
Q. How can I get my schedule?
A. Your schedule is available on your UF Student Academic Information page or by coming to the Office of the Registrar with a picture ID and requesting a copy.
Q. How do I get my loans deferred?
A. You can defer your loans by following the loan deferment procedures.
Q. How do I know if a class will transfer for a degree requirement?
A. Our transient approval procedures can provide you answers on courses taken at another institution which may transfer to The University of Findlay.
Q. How do I receive credit from the Advanced Placement Program (AP) and/or the College Level Examination Program (CLEP)?
A. Please refer to the Advanced Placement procedures to determine the appropriate steps to receive credit.
Q. How do I use my Montgomery GI Bill Education Benefits?
A. You can find answers to this question at our Military Information site.
Q. How do I receive my roster (class list)?
A. You can access an up-to-date roster on your UF Faculty Academic Information page or a printed roster is available in the Office of the Registrar on the first day of a regular semester course or mailed to you through the inner-office mail for any course offered in a condensed format.
Q. When must my grades be reported?
A. The printed class roster sent by the Office of the Registrar shows the due date. Or, you can refer to the University's academic calendar.
Q. How do I obtain forms needed for advising purposes?
A. The Office of the Registrar has printed copies for your use. Or you can download the appropriate forms on the advising forms page.