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Registrar's Office Frequently Asked Questions

Apply in person at the Registrar's Office, through WebAdvisor, or fill out the Graduation Application form and submit to the Registrar's Office via fax or mail. Forms can also be hand delivered to the office. There is no fee for graduation.

Duplicate diplomas can be ordered through the Registrar's Office Marketplace website . Duplicate diploma orders are processed within 1-2 weeks from the date that the request was received. Delays may occur during peak periods such as graduation and at the beginning of the term.

Currently enrolled and former students who were admitted in 1995 or later may order official transcripts through the National Student Clearinghouse . Students who attended or completed their degree before 1994 should email registrar@ollusa.edu for further instructions.

Complete and submit the Enrollment Verification Form to the Registrar's Office via fax or mail. Forms can also be hand delivered to the office.

To get an official grade report, complete and submit the Request for Grade Report  to the Registrar's Office via fax or mail. Forms can also be hand delivered to the office.

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law (also known as the Buckley Amendment) that protects the privacy of a student's educational records. FERPA applies to all educational agencies and institutions that receive funds under any program administered by the Secretary of Education.

A Letter of Completion states what degree has been earned and the date the degree was conferred. A Letter of Anticipated Completion will say what degree the student is working toward hand the anticipated date of completion for that degree. To receive either letter, the student must obtain the appropriate form, complete and submit to the Registrar's Office via fax or mail. Forms can also be hand delivered to the office.

This form should be completed prior to taking a course at another institution. It allows the Registrar's Office personnel to review and determine if the course is transferable. Complete the Request to Take Courses at Another College/University/Letter of Transferability form and submit to the Registrar's Office via fax or mail. Forms can also be hand delivered to the office.

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