Academic Actions and Official Records
Communication with the Registrar’s Office is done via forms which indicate your academic plans, intentions and requests.
Absence Make-up - For DC students only, when attending a different cohort to make up attendance. For further information contact your instructor.
Add/Drop Courses - Make changes to your course registration.
- Online - This is the fastest and easiest option.
- Paper - Use this form only when an instructor's approval is required.
Address Change - Log into CampusCruiser and go to the MyServices tab. Select Address Change from the menu on the left hand side.
Advanced Standing for Seminary - FPU undergraduate students may apply to have specific courses waive some FPU Biblical Seminary requirements.
Advancement to Candidacy - Students in master’s degree programs use this form during a mid-point in their program. Approvals are required to continue in the program.
Certificate Application - For graduate students who have completed the requirements for a certificate.
Course Challenge Exam - If you would like to test out of a course use this form.
Credit/No Credit Grade Request - Use to request a CR/NC grade that does not affect your GPA.
Daily Schedule - Class planning sheet for daytime courses for traditional undergraduate students.
Degree Application & Commencement Participation - To apply for your degree and indicate commencement participation, go to the MyServices tab in CampusCruiser (further information).
Enrollment Verification Request - Official verification of registered classes for the current semester only.
Grade Change - If you believe you received the wrong grade, use this form after first discussing it with your instructor. Grades are based on daily work, classroom projects and examinations.
Graduation - Apply for your degree online and indicate whether or not you want to participate in commencement (further information).
Incomplete Grade Request - Use when circumstances dictate that you cannot finish a course on time. Must be completed before the end of the course.
Leave of Absence - Students leaving the university for one or more semesters.
- Traditional Undergraduate Students - Contact the Associate Dean of Retention Fay Nielsen at 559-453-2051 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Degree Completion Students
- Graduate Students
- Seminary Students
Major/Minor Declaration - Information on choosing a major or minor for traditional undergraduate students.
Petition - Challenge an academic policy or procedure. Do not use for financial petitions. Requirement for degrees and for participation in commencement are not petitionable. Check the list of non-petitionable policies.
- Traditional Undergraduates (TUG)--See Major/Minor Declaration above.
- Degree Completion (DC)
- Graduate Students--Please contact the Regional Enrollment Office
- Changing between TUG and DC
Program Reentry Application - Degree completion students who have been absent from their program for a semester or more and wish to return to complete it.
- Online - The preferred method of registration.
- Paper - A backup method to register for classes. Use this form only if you are directed to do so or when signatures are required.
- Special Course Registration - For directed study, independent study, a graduate version of an undergraduate class or special units.
- Designated Subject Electives (DSE)
Reference Letters/Release of Confidential Information - Use when letters of recommendation are requested from faculty.
Student Information Update - Report changes to your name, phone number, social security number, birth date or marital status.
- Report address changes online.
Substitution/Transfer Request - Request that a different course meet a degree requirement or petition a transfer course that wasn’t accepted.
Transcript Request - Official FPU transcripts can be requested online (further information).
- Transcript Legend (Current) - This is the back side of current transcripts.
- Transcript Legend - This is the back side of transcripts for years prior to Spring 2002.
Withdrawal from University - Students who desire to quit school and do not plan to return to the university.