The Office of ACMST’s Registrar provides services to its students as the custodian of their course records; as well as it supports all ACMST’S programs. It reports directly to Secretary of Academic Affairs.

Has responsibility for ensuring integrity and confidentiality of student’s academic records, overseeing graduation processing, certifying athletic eligibility, coordinating grade reporting processes and academic progress, verifying enrollment and degree transfer, processing transcripts, and coordinating imaging of records for the office.


Oversees all operations of the office, manages the budget and human resources, coordinates effective communication, coordinates student employment for the office, provides guidance on large office projects, provides data and reports to the College community, and maintains personnel files.      


Has responsibility for managing the curriculum, scheduling classes, implementing the scheduling policy, and leading the production and editing of the Undergraduate Catalog.


Has responsibility for maintaining the degree audit system to support academic advising process, supporting the system for accessing degree audits, maintaining degree audit programs for Transferology, enforcing credit reductions, and requirement exception processing.

Has responsibility for supporting systems used for registering for classes, assessing course fees, encoding requisites

Provides expertise in support of the extensive information technology applications used to provide services to our citizens. It also assists in the development of new online services, coordinates testing of systems, and is responsible for central phones, emails, and incoming forms to the office.

Registrar's office Values


Our core responsibility is to maintain and preserve accurate student academic records for the College.


We respond to requests and operate in an efficient, polite, and appropriate manner. By doing this, we build positive relationships throughout the College, enabling our colleagues and students to have confidence their inquiries will be appropriately addressed in a timely manner.


We strive to grow continually and to improve our staff through professional development opportunities. We become a better office when we review processes, solicit and consider feedback from our citizens, and challenge ourselves openly.


We meet the needs of students, alumni, faculty, and staff by facilitating the development of new solutions and matching consumers with existing resources to best serve the College community.


We embrace our role as an academic support office and feel providing outstanding service and support to other office and individuals allows the College to be more successful.


We promote a team-oriented environment, benefiting from everyone’s knowledge and experience. We will only be our best when we trust each other and have open and honest dialogue.


We respect, encourage, and embrace diversity. This is true for our own staff and for those in the College community with whom we interact directly and indirectly. Everyone’s thoughts, opinions, and perspectives are welcome equally.


We recognize the need to be adaptable to changing circumstances while still abiding by the policies we are entrusted to enforce.

We take pride in being an office others can count on by following through on our commitments.

Registrar Office Duties & Responsibilities

  1. Provide quality student service which says to students, “We care and we deliver”, in the area of registration, tuition assessment and academic records, and to ensure the confidentiality and accuracy of student’s records.
  2. Demonstrate the College’s commitment to thoughtful treatment of its students, past and present, through the timeliness and accuracy of the transcription system.
  3. Insure good order and an atmosphere conducive to academic activity by producing timely and accurate statistics, class rosters, grades, certifications and other reports, and by serving for academic policies.
  4. Produce class and examination schedules which, as much as possible, serve the needs and preferences of faculty and students and to insure that the condition of the classrooms meets the needs of quality instruction.
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